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DTK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

DTK Delta Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society, held a recent meeting on November. 6, 1973. A brief business meeting was held whereby the main topic for discussion was how to get more DTK members involved in club activities. Several possibilities were mentioned, but it still remains a fact-DTK needs more support from its members! After the short business meeting, guest speaker Ray Klein presented a short talk concerning new areas in psychology which he believed to show signs of promise in opening up new possibilities in the field. The interesting talk highlighted DTK's meetting. The next DTK meeting will be held on November 27 in Room W-309 at 7:15 p.m. when DTK will "Roast Kay Starkey." Guest speaker Kay Starkey will be on hand to give a brief talk about herself, and students will have a chance to a ask her any questions they want about anything. Dr. Starkey's talk will have a chance to ask her any questions they want about anything. Dr. Starkey's talk wi...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
S.G.A. STATE OF AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

S.G.A. STATE OF AFFAIRS Student Power by Bob Hetzel What you are now reading is the first article of a column devoted to informing the student body about the activities of the Student Government Association. It is hoped that this column will appear in every issue of the C.C. READER. But this writer is also a SGA Senator, a part time employee of J.C. Penny's and a full time student and there for might not have time to function as a C.C. READER reporter. In this particular article I would like to answer the two most frequently asked questions about the SGA. What is it and What does it do? WHAT IS THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION? The SGA is composed of Sr. and Jr. elected representatives that go by the title of Senator. The officers are: Bill Matthews, President; Mike Leasher, Vice-President; Bob Chappel, Treasurer; and Patty Nevil, Secretary. The Senate is composed of 9 Sr. Senators and 9 Jr. Senators. This group of 22 people looks out for the social, political and materi...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
GI BUI Q&A [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

GI BUI Q&A Q, I was recently honorably discharged and would like to become a physician"s assistant. Which VA hospitals may I apply to for this training? A. Apply to the college or university of your choice for the training and contact the nearest VA office if you want to train under the GI Bill. VA hospitals provide clinical training to students enrolled in physician's assistant programs of colleges and universities. Q. Is there any bar against a retired veteran getting GI Bill education allowance and retired pay at the same time? A. They may be paid concurrently. Q. If a veteran enrolls in a correspondence course under the GI Bill, how much will his monthly VA allowance be? A. The allowance for correspondence study is paid quarterly, based on the number of lessons completed and serviced by the school. The allowance is 90 percent of the cost of the course. Q. When a veteran going to school under the GI Bill collects a higher VA allowance because of his dependents, is...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
VA Launches U.S. Job Hunt [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

VA Launches U.S. Job Hunt Another Service From Your XGFs 14% DISABLED JOBLESS By a Times SlaK Wnlef WASHINGTON - A new nationwide effort to find • suitable and rewarding jobs" for Vietnam veterans with service -connected disabilities has been launched by the Veterans Administration, the National Alliance of Businessmen and the department of Labor. I'nemploymcnt among disabled veterans is estimated at 14 percent. Veterans Administrator Don-Sid Johnson launched the campaign in late October with a loiter to 41,000 of the 368.000 Vietnam veterans on VA compensation rolls. The letters seek to identify those veterans who want further training to qualify for jobs. VA officials say simitar letters eventually will be sent to all disabled veteran* on VA compensation rolls. • Special help — over and above GI Bill education — is available to veteran* with service-connected disabilities." Johnson said. The agency is permitted by legislation to pay service-disabled veterans who are draw...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

Try one year in the ^JNp ^ National Guard, regardless of i9th St. Hbg., Pa., 787-6405. prior service. For further info, « call LTE Joseph Hodgson HQ UiecK y0ur pay scale Delow MILITARY PAY RAISE EFFECTIVE 1 OCTOBER 1973 New Daily Hay Rales for Pennsylvania National Guardsmen NOTK: (To compute pay (or \llTA-4 weekend, multiply l)y 41 Under Over O... 0 . . . Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Ove, "ToTe. foTe^ Rank Grade 2 2 3 4 6 8 10 17 14 16 18 20 22 }(, »0 0->3 _ ,68.60 S70.67 _77.35 $72.35 T7<\TT" $7 ^ 7.75 ~ .77.75 ' ^al, 4T .8 f. TT T .7..7 ' .38.48 .Vl. 1 .7 " 59T5T SG 0-7 57.00 60.90 _ ____ _6lV70 _ 6j^6j_ _d3.61 67.2? _ 67.3J 70.67 ^7 ~ '5 ~ 33.07 001- 0-<- 42.26 46.44 49.46 4 9 .4 __ __49 ^ jjS_ _ 4__46 49.46 49.16 __.' -1 r >9-23 5'-26 63.61 t ~ . Y I.. 99 ~~ ITC 0-5 33_79 3__70_ ".43 __L2_J_L -liVA 42.13 _____ _16.(J6 _ 49.1 4_ YiYY ~ 55.9. lKi '~ YY ___ * __ 2__! 78.50 34.68 37.02 17.02 3_/.68 39.36 42.3 1 44.41 <6,4 ~" l 48 Y "YIYBO ...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
WZAP Exclusive [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

WZAP Exclusive JIM CROCE "I'm no missionary," says Jim Croce about his songs, "and I can't wear any armour, either. I just gotta be the way I am." Jim's musical career started when he was five years old, learning to play "Lady of Spain" on the accordian. He says, "I was the original underachiever. I'd shake that thing and smile, but I was sort of a late bloomer." He didn't really take music too seriously until 1964, while he was attending Villanova College in Pennsylvania. There he formed various bands, doing fraternity parties and playing "anything that the people wanted to hear: blues, rock, a cappella, railroad music... anything." One of the bands was chosen for a foreign exchange tour of Africa and the Middle East. "We had a good time," Jim recalls. "We just ate what the people ate, lived in the woods, and played our songs. Of course, they didn't speak English over there...but I if you mean what you're singing, people understand." He returned to Philadelphia and had de...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
The Old Man's Lament [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

The Old Man's Lament Tell you how it was my son. I'll tell you, then it's done. How do you capture the sunlight . Or ride with eagle's flight? Describe the sifting sand . Hold the wind in your hapd? It's here and then it's gone Only a tingle lingers on. We roamed wild and free Plain to mountain, river to sea . Taking only what we need, Never with lustful greed. Such was our way for many years Before the whiteman brought us tears Rapeing our women, killing our men Ensalving our spirit with his pen Gazing over this concrete lawn, I can still remember the dawn. Having nothing else left to give. The only Indians that lost, are those that live. Paul F. Shoenfelt ? * # #

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Night Before The Morning After [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

The Night Before The Morning After Driving down the road one day, in the merry month of May. Met a man along the road, looking like a hairy toad. His shorts were green, tee shirt to, covered head to toe with dew. Thought he was a trick of light, when three more came into sight! In my wonder cried aloud, curiosity aroused. At my cry they turned to look. Where I saw four, ten now stood! Fear began to grow within, hundred's now instead of ten! Faster then the blinking eye, more and more they multiply! Froze behind the wheel in fright, more and more they grow in might! off the road my car did drive, blacking out I thought I died, waking up my tongue was thick, open eye's that tried to stick, hat to small upon my head, wishing I was in my bed. Not to drink I swear again, Especially, Gilberts Gin!!!! M.L Slygh

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

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RETURN TOOZ [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

RETURN TOOZ by Jim Bollinger 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,' ELTON JOHN , MCA RECORDS If you want a glittering package full of Elton John in every conceivable type song that he and Bernie Taupin can throw together, then just say "goodbye yellow brick road." This two-record set contains the full spectrum of the type of sons Elton is fond of and that we've crown to exoect from him. This double set, however, is more of a production engineering triumph than some of his past blockbusters ( most notably Honky Chateau'). In 'Yellow Brick Road', Elton brings back traces of the sounds off 'Madman Across the Water' and gives them a certain twist while mixing them into an album that is as fresh as now, and as entertaining as one of his concerts. This is one album that can't be splic«r|htg^laied-l>ighs and lows; yjn _U4t *Kiv«_to.take it as it comfe and re'gird it w+ioHy. Be advifed that' the title cut is a beautif4t_. snapshot of the entire album, and that his earlier single "Satur...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE Part time jobs available from 10 pm to 2:30 am Monday through Friday $3.35 per hour to start $3.70 after 30 working days Applications will he accepted anytime at 1B21S. 19111 St., HDO- Phone 939-9381 I 1

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A Morgan Breeder [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

A Morgan Breeder John Greenall guiding Topfield's Distlefink enroute to blue ribbon at the Allen town Horse Show. The vehicle is an 1890 gentleman's morning carriage. * * * * by John Bradford Langdon Most Americans hold their week-ends in near sanctity, whether it be for football, hunting, shopping or working around the home. John Greenall is no exception. He breeds Morgan horses, refinishes antique carriages and runs a riding school, in addition to being a full-time business major at Pennsylvania State University's Capitol Campus. Every Friday at 3:05 p.m. John begins his journey to Thorny Hills Farms, his parents' farm located near New Tripoli, Pa. School has remained a four and one-half day occupation for him. Although the Greenall family has owned horses for about 20 years, John's interest in Morgan horse breeding and showing was not sparked until a Morgan horse farm started near his home nine years ago. Reminiscing, John said, "I started visiting farms all over and hung...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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GETTIN' BACK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

GETTIN' BACK By Jim Bollinger 'Cyan' THREE DOG NIGHT. ABC-DUNHILL In 'Cyan', Three Dog Night, America's No. 1 concert sensation, spins out another LP to follow up their smash single "Shambala." Though they hardly need the record sales to provide them with financial security, it seems the 3-Dog is trying to recapture the magic they once possessed on their earlier albums (especially 'Naturally'), and, to the extent that is acceptable, they accomplish the feat well. 'Cyan' is no landmark album, but it 'is' all 3-Dog Night, and every bit of, it's made of the same fabric that took them to their heights of success. This album is definitely superior to 'Harmony', and probably better than 'Seven Separate Fools', though it's still no match for 'Naturally' or 'It Ain't Easy'. On this latest disc, they finally make their first baby-steps into the world of song-writing. Long acknowledged as a fine singing group, they break out with not one, but three original, self-written songs, all co...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
HERE AM I [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

HERE AM I by Romeo Trajanus Here am I, but am I here? See I can, but only fear The darkness blinds me, but not my ears The silence deafens me, as I cry my tears. Here am I, but where is here? The cold numbs me, but still I feel The wind stirs me, but not my breath, As I lie here, in this land near death. Here am I, but now I can't care . Now the time passes by, but only stays still And I am still alive, but my senses are nil, I must now die some death, for life had I my fill. * * * *

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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| wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwv« _ ____ - - - - - - - - 1 i Sandy Ridge i [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

| wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwv« _ ____ - - - - - - - - 1 i Sandy Ridge i I This is the forest pernevil I Where lingering ghosts ' I Float silently through the shadows I Always watching, waiting , I The wolves run rampid | Their teeth true with pain I I I know no fear I I am home , Paul F. Shoenfelt | I # * # * .

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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From Dickinson Military Science Department [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

From Dickinson Military Science Department The Department of Military Science took cadets from Shippensburg, HACC, Penn State at Capitol Campus and Dickinson to Indiantown Gap Military Reservation for some unique student participation classes Saturday, October 26. The rifle range was ready to go and so were the cadets when they arrived. Sergeant First Class James Morton presented a class on the M-16 rifle, safety measures and demonstrated the correct procedures to follow while on the rifle range. The cadets were then organized into two person groups and assigned to a firing lane. The firers got into position, instructors were poised and the scorers were ready to give credit to for all target hits. The first target was seen and the days activities began in earnest. Tom Haist, Frank Deyo (a Penn State at Capitol Campus studeent) and Tim Konkus were the top three shooters among the juniors. The top three sophomore shooters were Richard Whitesel, Jeff Smith and Bruce Rollin. Cathy...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
BENDER BROTHERS BLOOPERS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

BENDER BROTHERS BLOOPERS by Terry Turnbaugh It was an exciting, needless to say, unusual flag football season. However, the besieging Bender Brothers baffled some opponents, as well as themselves, and regained the pride that is ever so present with their tradition. With the help of the hidden microphone in my quarterback's headband, I was able to look back on some of the stimulating plays and comments that inspired our team. Ah, those radiant moments! For instance, we were one point behind and we had possession of the football with time running out. It went something like this: Quarterback: "One, two three . . eight. We have an extra player - who is it." Left halfback: "Fred, you are supposed to come in on defense, (pause) I'm going to have to spend next week with him. I hope he soon learns to distinguish between offense and defense." In that same game, but a different series, I rifled a bomb to my left end, but it was to no avail since he stopped running after the pass. As he...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

READER CLASSIFIEDS Jobs Wanted <10A) Regional Planning grad student desires f.u fl-tinrje employment. Prefer work regional or urban planning experiences in data processing including computer operations and keypunch. Also unit record machines both Univac and IBM. Contact Elsie Mary Mollis, 215 Woodbine, Hbg. 236-6415. » * * * Jobs Available (1B) Musicians need bass player to complete working band. Call Rich at 944-3457. * * * * (2B) Wanted afternoon companion for nine year old for two and half house a day, five days a week. Hours are 3:00 - 5:30. $20.00 a week. No housework. * * # » (2B) Hula Dancer for round table in lobby of old Air Force mausoleum. Apply Sunday 1 to 1:05 p.m. * * # * (4B) Waitress. Night shift. Starting 6 o'clock. Openings on Thurs. Fri., Sat. and Sundays. Good tips plus an hourly wage. Apple in person at Pappy's Family Pub, Hills Shopping Center Jonestown Rd. Hbg, Pa. Phone 652-5800 for interview. * * * * (1B) Part-t ime cook. Two students looking fo...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

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