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Why Save Lennon? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

Why Save Lennon? John Lennon is facing possible deportation from the United States. The reasons behind this are of questionable validity. In 1968 John was arrested in England for possession of a small amount of hashish. There are very strong indications that John was the victim of a set-up. The arresting officer, who was later convicted of planting drugs on a number of other well known people for his own behalf, is now in jail for doing so. John's serious troubles began with the Immigration and Naturalization Service shortly after Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) wrote a note to then Atty. Gen. John Mitchell, claiming he was finding John Lennon troublesome. Thurmond was disturbed at the rumors, which were false, that Lennon was going to lead a demonstration against Richard Nixon at the 1972 GOP convention. These feeble excuses do not justify why John Lennon, a musical genius, and a great asset to our country, should be thrown out of the U.S.A. Therefore, a date has been set up for...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
XGI Reporter [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

XGI Reporter The big happenings of the past two weeks were the baseball trip and the May 13 frat meeting at the Tiltin Hilton. The baseball trip to the Philadelphia-Braves game at Vet Stadium in Philadelphia on Friday, May 16, provided a great time for the 30 people who went. People were pretty well "lit" when they got there and the hoagies were flying on Broad Street. There was a problem getting our beer into the stadium, just ask Paul Will about his chugging 3 beers rather than giving them to the guard!!! As the guy who sat in front of us with the $36 seats said, "These are America's future leaders? ' .!" We said Yeeaaahhh!! Gid Wray and Paul Skodacek saw to it that no one should sleep on the return trip - nice try!! The May 13th meeting was unlike any other in that it was loud and unruly right off at 9 p.m. After initiation of 3 new frat members, the softball team that won the State Championship did a lot of chugging with Paul Heintzman and Kim Unger chugging twice. Those g...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
GOOD-TIME ROAD-RALLY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

GOOD-TIME ROAD-RALLY The Meade Heights Board of Governors completed their successful week long "Rites of Spring" with the "Good Time Road Rally." Becky Rebok, driving Honda Coupe #00, with Gary Macchioni as navigator, finished Number One in a field of twenty-seven road rallyists. With a mere score of 1,764 penalty points, the dynamic duo finished 388 points ahead of the runnerup. The winners were determined by the lowest amount of penalty points. The Rally course was 66 miles, with an ideal elapsed time of 2 hours and 20 minutes, if no mistakes were made and the speed limit followed. Besides mileage and time, there were 41 gimmick questions that had to be deriddled. Such were, "turn right at O&S," and "How many tombstones in the cemetary?" A good time was had by all, especially the winning pair of road rally rookies - Becky and Gary. Their secret to success - "forget about winning and have a good time." With an attitude like that, who could go wrong? The second place...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
PHEAA Loans Again Available [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

PHEAA Loans Again Available The Agency, which manages the State's student aid programs, said that 141,939 applications had been received prior to May 1 which was the deadline for most students to apply. Of that number, 80,215 had been run through the Agency's need analysis with the 65,275 qualifying for grants. The remainder of • the 141,939 applications will be processed as soon as possible and those qualifying for awards will be notified shortly thereafter. By the end of the 1975-76 academic year, PHEAA anticipates making about 116,000 awards. Last year (1974-75) the Agency made about 113,000 awards valued at $73 million. Numbered in the awards mailed this week were 59,099 in the basic program and 6,176 applicants who are veterans of the armed services. The first 65,275 awards made are valued at $20,944,560 - $18,356,925 for the basic applicants and $2,587,635 for veterans. In the original group of 80,000 who have been processed through the need analysis, about 14,650 who ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

The position PHEAA finds itself in, in determining how awards are being made for 1975-76 is somewhat unique. Partly this is due to the economy. Partly it is due to the fact that the Agency is underfunded to operate even to the extent that the progrm was run last year, and this becomes critical in a year in which applications are expected to exceed any year in previous history. Students will have to file for BEOG help by July 1 so that PHEAA can determine its adjustment procedure for second-half-year grants by August 1. Shortly after August 1, second-half-year awards will be announced. Reeher emphasized that the way the Agency is operating this year has nothing to do with a tightening of the State's grants program. "It is simply an economic fact of life. We do not have sufficient State money, but what we do have, coupled with the Federal money that is available, will do the job for the students." Most Pennsylvania students who depend on part of State Higher Education Grants to ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Graduation Fling Planned [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

Graduation Fling Planned A gala graduation party will be held in People's Park on June 6 & 7. This event, sponsored by "concerned graduates," includes a wide variety of liquid refreshments with music and a bonfire. The festivities will kick-off at 6 p.m. Friday and will continue through all day Saturday. A bring-your-own-food cookout is planned for 5 p.m. Saturday, along with a number of other assorted happenings. Everyone, juniors as well as seniors, is invited. You're urged to bring along your parents and some friends for a memorable festival. A splendid time is guaranteed for all...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

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New Law School For Penna. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

New Law School For Penna. By John Harbilis [Penn State Capitol Campus Graduate Student] The Harrisburg area may soon receive its first fully accredited law school. The plan for the school was initiated by graduate students of Penn State Capitol Campus and the University Center at Harrisburg. The students are acting with direction from Harrisburg area attorneys. The initial planning and guidance has been made possible by experienced law professors and legal scholars in the area. The Planning Committee is dedicated to establishing a school that would provide a quality legal education while adhering to established American Bar Association standards for accredited American Law Schools. The Planning Committee hopes to take full advantage of the experience of newly formed law schools throughout the United States in order to avoid the infancy pains experienced by the new institutions. Hopefully, our insight into their problems will provide solutions to any which our Planning Commit...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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TRY PEACE - NOT WAR [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

TRY PEACE - NOT WAR If you have a copy of the last issue of the Reader, take a look on page 2 and you'll see enough venom to choke a rattlesnake, let alone a group of Indians. At first glance, the commentary by James A. Ferrier seems to be a vicious criticism of the group of native Americans who recently visited the campus. Under more careful examination it turns out to be an attack on only one member of the White Roots of Peace, a man who goes by the name of Coyote. Ferrier apparently feels it within his liberty to pass judgement on the entire Indian group that visited Capitol based upon his isolated impression of only one member. Why does he say in the last paragraph, "The 'White Roots of Peace' only brought war on the white man's intelligence", when he is basing his opinion on only one impression? Talk about stereotyping. Ferrier strays from the intentions of his opening paragraph, but he could have at least given us an accurate account of what went on in the classroom inte...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

' CONGRATULATIONS TO YdTWHATEVER YOU DO- WHEREVER YOU GO-WHOEVER YOU ARE'!

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Dr. Smith Named Frat Vice-Pres. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

Dr. Smith Named Frat Vice-Pres. Dr. Duane R. Smith assistant professor of education at Capitol Campus has been elected 2nd Vice President of the Harrisburg Field Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, a professional education fraternity. Smith, a former director of elementary education for the Harrisburg School district graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and received master's and doctorate degrees in elementary education from the University of Pittsburgh. Smith has been a long time "life-member" of Phi Delta Kappa, a fraternity connected with schools of graduate education.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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SGA MINUTES [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

SGA MINUTES May Present: Rich Laychock Bette Karp, Skip Gibson Rebecca Rebok, Todd Malpass, Scott Deardorff, Greg Weigle, Joe Grant, Pal Truitt, Paul Mathis, Jorn Jensen, Jack Henry. Proxies for Dan Martin, Chet Gregoreski. Absent: Troy Buster. I. The motion to approve the minutes of May 16 was made by Todd Mai pass and 2nd by Bette Karp. The vote was unanimous. II. SGA senators, Joe Grant and Pat Truitt were sworn into office by Al Kirchener, Chief Justice of the Student Court. III . A motion was made by Todd Mai pass and 2nd by Paul Mathis that a new Faculty Advisor Committee be set up with a' new chairman. The vote on the motion was: 8-opposed, 2-for, 2-abstentions. Engineering professor, Joe Pedulla has been chosen as the new S.G.A. Faculty Advisor. IV. Student Court requested approval to amend their constitution in order to include one graduate student as a justice in the Student Court representation. Paul Mathis made the Jensen to study the speeding problems in the M...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Seminar Set In Leningrad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

Seminar Set In Leningrad College students and high school seniors are invited to register for a one-month Russian Language and Culture Seminar to be held in the Soviet Union this summer. Carrying six semesterhours of college credit, the cost of the seminar will be $1078 plus Edinboro State College tuition. This includes roundtrip transatlantic air fare via Finnair, hotel accommodations, three superb meals a day, tours and excursions, visa fee, U.S. departure tax, alt transfers, tips and taxes, and 4 hours of instruction per day for 24 days in the Leningrad area. Full beach and sports facilities are available, plus theaters, ballet, opera, cinema, museums, and art galleries. To register for this seminar, which lasts from June 12 to July 11, send a $100.00 deposit immediately to Dr. Julius M. Blum, Professor of Russian, Edinboro State College, Edinboro, Pa., 16444, Tel. (814) 732-2417. In addition, send a check for $186.00 ($31.00 per credit) to Mr. Ralph Berlin, Director of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

BOOKS OPEN The SGA Treasurer's books are open to the public and can be seen by appointment with Jack Henry, Treasurer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1975

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Bleau Wins Jordan Award [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

Bleau Wins Jordan Award Teachina Excellence Winner Now Unemnloued by Phyllis Schaeffer The 1975 recipient of the! James Jordan Award fori Teaching Excellence isj Barbara Bleau, an instructor in the Mathematical Sciences Program. This award is presented by the student body to the Capitol educator who exemplifies quality teaching. It is given in honor of Dr. James Jordan, a humanities professor who died in a boating accident in 1971. i Bleau has been at Capitol! for three years. She is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan, * Case Western Reserve and the University of Illinois. She previously taught at Baldwin Wallace College in Ohio and Marshall University in West Virginia. An attractive soft- Mrs. Bleau, Jordon Award winner, at home in her ottice. spoken woman, Bleau said she was thrilled to receive this honor. The ironic twist, however, is that Bleau was informed of the award within the same day she was told she would not be rehired next year due to the severe economic conditio...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Third Annual Leadership Awards Presented Today Achenbach [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

Third Annual Leadership Awards Presented Today Achenbach 42 Recipients Student Leadership Awards, in the form of certificates, will be presented for the third consecutive year at this June's commencement exercises. The awards, given to those students who exhibited outstanding qualities of leadership during their Capitol years, will go to 42 graduating seniors this year. The student leadership awards were originated fwo years ago by the Student Government Association to recognize those students who have contributed to and worked for the welfare of their fellow students. This year's winners were chosen by two groups; the first included Mike McAllister, president of the student government; Dave Nicholas, chairman of the Social Committee on campus; Mike Mastracchio, president of the Meade Heights Board of governors; and others familiar with student affairs on campus. The second group included Mike Mc-Allister, Jamie Whitty, editor of the yearbook; and Dave DeLong, president of...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Goodbye, Graduates [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

Goodbye, Graduates A Message from Provost McDermott To The Class Of 1975: It is with pleasure that I extend to you, on behalf of the faculty and staff, congratulations on the completion of your academic studies at Capitol Campus. I sincerely hope that, as a result of your stay at Capitol, you have gained some of the wisdom and insight necessary to meet the ever-changing challenges of today's world. Capitol Campus, during this period of fluctuating enrollments nationally, has maintained relative stability. There is, however, much to be done. We anticipate the ground-breaking for our new building, which should give us the necessary space for expansion of programs and community-wide activities. We need your continued support and hope you will visit the campus frequently, participate actively in the Capitol Campus Alumni Association, and offer any suggestions you may have for the improvement of the campus. Good luck! R. E. McDermott Provost

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Reed Previews Grad Address [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

Reed Previews Grad Address by Mark Switzer In an interview with the C.C. Reader, Stephen R. Reed, democratic Representative to the Pennsylvania legislature, highlighted some major points that he plans to deliver in the 1975 graduation address at the Penn State-Capitol Campus commencement. At the outset of the interview Mr. Reed stated that he is baffled at the fact that most guest speakers at commencement exercises take the attitude, "that students are suddenly emerging from a cocoon at that point into a world that they haven't known here-tofor." He will present the idea that because society's expectations of the individual are greater than they were in the past, there is a resurgence of the "rugged individualist" that characterized the frontier American, only today's frontiers are internal to society. One of the new frontiers is in the cities, with Harrisburg as a prime example. Representative Reed said that new career opportunities are opening up in urban areas, and stud...

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