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

ROTC Major General Franklin M. Davis, Commandant of the U.S. Army War College and selected students from the different colleges. The cadets will host a dinner prior to the Military Ball. Highlights of the evening will include the crowning of "Honorary Colonel," cadet promotions and a demonstration of drill and ceremonies conducted by the Pershing Rifles. The evening will be highlighted by the cadets and guests dancing to the music of a dance band. * * * * The annual ROTC Military Ball will b e held Saturday, December 1, at the Carlisle Barracks Officers' Open Mess. As the major social function of the year, the military Ball provides the cadets from Dickinson, Shippensburg Penn State University - Capitol Campus and HACC with their first opportunity of the year to socialize with each other. Guests have been invited from the faculties of the schools as well as the United States Army War College. Included on the guest list, Dr. Robert E. McDermott, Provost of Penn State at Capit...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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REC-ATH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

REC-ATH NEWS Bowling Results November 7, 1973 (Includes Make-Up Week) Team W L 1. No Names 26 2 2. Keglers 24 4 3. "IT!" 17 11 4. Spoilers 15 13 5. I.T.E. 13 15 6. New Names 13 15 7. XGI's 13 15 8. Beta Chi 12 16 9. Kozak 10 18 10. Ditlkledorfs 8 20 11. StrikaOuts 8 20 12. Alley cats 5 23 (500 CLUB) 1. Dennis Heck IITE) 549 2. Paul Heintzmann ICGI'SI 538,525 3. Murray Sharp (No Names) 525,522 4. Ron Tennesson (New Names) 518 5. Mike Vitale (Spoilers) 514 6. Jim Herbst (Keglers) 511, 500 'MEN'S INDIVIDUALS H.A. Ed Houser (Keglers) 176 H.S. Mike Vitale (Spoilers) 575 H.G. Paul Heintzmann (XHI's) 215 MAKE-UP WEEK Kozak 44) - Beta Chi (0) ITE 14) - Spoilers (0) "IT!" (4) - Alleycats (0) Forfeit Keglers (3) - New Names (1) No Names (2) - XGI's (2) Dinkledorfs (2) - Strike Outs (2) NOVEMBER 7, 1973 No Names (4) - "IT!" (0) ITE (4) - Strike Out (0) Keglers (4) - Kozak (0) SpoHers (4) - Dinkledorfs (0) Alleyvats (3) - XGI's (1) New Names (3) - Beta Chi (1) WOMEN'S INDIVIDUALS H.A. D...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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C.C. Booters Shutout Harrisouri Italians [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

C.C. Booters Shutout Harrisouri Italians By. Mike Nonnemacher On Sunday, November 11, Capitol's soccer team ended its fall season with a 2-0 victory over the Harrisburg Italian Soccer Club. The team was pitted against a Central Penn League team; Coach Trunk felt that the team was, "ripe to step beyond the bounds of Commonwealth Campus competition." The coach had also been seeking a shutout which was delayed primarily due to injuries. It was the first shutout for the Capitol booters and was a great way to end the season! The team started with ten players as Harold Meyers ran from the dressing room directly on to the field into his right wing position. Ennio Trent proved to be a vital link in communication with an Italian-only-speaking referre - there is still a question on some of the words exchanged. Dennis Doerr was out the first half due to an injury to his right foot from the last game. After seeing John Harris shoot a penalty shot into the goalie's hand in the first half...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 26 November 1973

STUDENT FILM FESTIVAL University Park, Pa. — An invitational student film festival, possibly the first of its kind for colleges and universities on the Eastern seaboard, will be sponsored by the Graduate Student Association at The Pennsylvania State University. Showing of the film entries here has been scheduled for February 8 through 10. Student film makers with entries in the festival will represent colleges and universities in Pennsylvania, Maryland, District of Columbia, West Virginia, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio says Samuel A. Tabak, graduate student at Penn State who is handling arrangements for the festival. Deadline for entries is January 23. The submitted films will be judged by a professional panel which will award $2,050 in cash i prizes and certificates to the j winning film makers. The cash awards will consist of two $500 judges awards provided by Schmidts of Philadelphia and six category awards with $250 for first place and $100 for second place for document...

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 29 November 1973

*EX TR A* E X T R A*EXT R A*EXT R A * EXTRA * E X TRA*E X T R A * EXTRA * EXT R A*E X TRA*EXTRA*EXTRA * E X TRA * EXTRA*EXTRA * <T ^ November 29, 1973 @o@o t?@axgLter? *EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA*EXTRA* IT IS STRONGLY RECOiii BIDED BY MR. PAUL THAT STUDENTS LEAVIHG THEIR HOUSES IN MEADE HEIGHTS UNOCCUPIED OVER WEEKENDS OR HOLIDAYS SHOULD ADVISE SECURITY OF THE SAi-iE (787-7936) SO THAT HOUSE CHECKS iiAY BE PERFORMED. The C. C. Reader staff, on behalf of the studant body wishes to express their sincere sympathy to one of our campus nurses, i-irs. Jean Kresge, whose husband, Kenneth, died Saturday, November 24 at their home. Services were held Tuesday, November 27 with burial in the Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens. Students, Faculty, and Staff who wish to contribute to a memorial fund which will be given to i-irs. Kresge may do so in the Student Affairs Office. * Faculty Art Exhibit from the Western State College of C...

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DEAR GRADUATE. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

DEAR GRADUATE. Commencement ceremonies for Summer and Fall Term graduates are scheduled to be held Saturday, December 15, at 1 p.m. on campus in the auditorium of the Main Building. Each graduate attending will receive two tickets for guests. Special requests for additional tickets will be granted if possible. Walter M. Slygh, Academic Services Officer, has requested that the following be noted to each graduating student. "Rule E-10 Academic and Administrative Rules for Undergraduate Students, reads as follows: 'Each candidate for a degree must be present at the commencement exercises to receive his/her diploma in person, unless excused by his dean and the Records Officer, acting as a committee of the Council of Academic Deans. An excuse for absence from commencement will not ordinarily be granted except where absence is clearly unavoidable.' Capitol Campus has commencement exercises in December and June. Students graduating at the termination of the Fall Term are required t...

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^incgrggtwisbES HHIKL [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

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A Weekend of Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

A Weekend of Tragedy The Capitol Campus staff and student body was stunned and grieved to learn of the death of Dr. Robert T. Brown, assistant professor of engineering, who was killed in a one-car accident, near Hershey early Sunday morning. The well-liked professor came to Capitol Campus in 1970 from Southern Methodist University where he had earned his doctorate in electrical engineering. He also held a bachelor and master's degree in engineering from the University of Oklahoma where he had served as a special instructor in the electrical engineering department. A native of Hamburg, Iowa, he was a veteran of the Korean War and served as a pilot with the U.S. Air Force from 1951 to 1967. The author of numerous professional publications, he held memberships in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, the American Physical Society, the American Association of Physics Teachers and the American Society for Engineering Education. For the past three terms, Dr. Bro...

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Need Money for School? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

Need Money for School? Students still have time to apply for some of the $122.1 million that is available in the Basic Educational Opportunity Grants program for the 1973 - 74 school year. Basic, Grants, which are funded by the U.S. Office of Education, are available to first - time students who began their post-high school education or training after July 1, 1973, on a full-time basis. These grants can be used at any eligible institution including regular colleges, universities, community or junior colleges, vocational or techical schools, and hospital schools of nursing - both public and private, profit and non-profit. Grants are based on a formula which takes into account the cost of tuition, fees, room board, books, supplies, and incidental expenses, and the amount the student and his or her family can contribute. The formula is applied consistently to all students throughout the country for the 1973 - 74 academic year. Awards range from $50 to a maximum of $452 for each...

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Heist in the Heights [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

Heist in the Heights Over the Thanksgiving vacation there were two burglaries in Meade Heights. This was not just a prank - one couple lost over $1,500. worth of goods. Several factors enter into this problem that may be supressed if these factors are realized and taken into account. No one party can be blamed for the burglaries. Meade Heights has no natural protection as do other surburban type environments. There are a few street lights that surround the area. The darkness between the houses are cloaks for any potential burglar or prowler. A second protection is neighbors. They are most helpful in catching anyone breaking into a house. During the holidays, many of the students leave and there are not any neighbors to watch one another. The Heights are even darker than usual because many of the houses are dark. The place is virtually empty at night. One house at 914 B was robbed of some food stuff and a metal antique piggy bank. It appeared that the kitchen door was gimmied o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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AT THE HARRISBURG YWCA REPRESENTATIVE MULLEN TO SPEAK ON MORALITY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

AT THE HARRISBURG YWCA REPRESENTATIVE MULLEN TO SPEAK ON MORALITY The Public Affairs Committee of the Greater Harrisburg Area YWCA is pleased to host Representative Martin P. Mullen on Tuesday, December 11th, at 8 p.m. Mr. Mullen will speak on his perception of the relationship of legislator and the supporter of morality issues. The public is invited to attend. The questions of abortion, divorce, and sexuality have caused much controversy; Mr. Mullen's discussion will balance the opinions of previous speakers at the YW. Similar guests will follow in the months to come, to provide a variety of perspectives on these and other issues. Commitment to the non-public schools lead to Mr. Mullen's initial decision to run for the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1954; he has won the support of his constituency each election since that time. He is perhaps better known for his position on morality - defending the rights of the unborn and the institution of the family. As the Chairman of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

OK DAY IS COMING

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HUNTING IN THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

HUNTING IN THE HEIGHTS Editorials What has happened to the quiet woods surrounding Meade Heights? It has turned into a favorite hunting place for all the local hunters. A student walking down the path in the Heights may become a pheasant in flight. What if there is an early morning fog and a student is"walking to an 8 o'clock class. The chances of him being mistaken for an animal is extremely high. This hunting has to be stopped. Often times the hunters are seen as close as 10 - 15 yards from a house, gun in hand. What is to prevent him from shooting at a pheasant in someone's backyard? It is not the hunter's intention to shot wildly at an animal and to find that he has shot a person. But hunting so close to a highly populated area is not a comforting thought. The security patrol has enough on their hands catching students running stop signs; but there is a great need for someone to patrol the area and to put a stop to hunting so close to Meade Heights. The security patrol h...

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RUMINATING THRU FALL [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

RUMINATING THRU FALL (Look that up in your Funk & Wagnall's) by Jim Bollinger of the Reader Staff Because this is the last issue of the Fall term, I have been asked to comment on this term's accomplishments. As it turns out, accomplishments have been relatively few, while attempts to accomplish have been many. Although I still consider myself a newcomer to this campus, I am not a newcomer to the mood of this place. The Reader has attempted all term to prompt a little action in something (anything) at Capitol, but has met with naught but resounding failure. Along these lines, I, myself, have attempted to throw at least a small spark of controversy, if not action, into the foray. Although the subject of my first editorial, rail-transit, is a bit out of our hands (and in the hands of a truly senseless race - the local politicians), the possibility of having our parking fees lowered definitely is not. But even here, in an issue which should hit home with at least 80 percen...

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Letters [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

Letters To all Faculty Members: The proposed procedure for the Fall Term 1973 Teacher/Course Evaluation has been a metter of great concern to the SGA Senate. The Senate understands that the results of each faculty member's course evaluation will be given to each instructor and NOT MADE AVAILABLE TO THE STUDENT BODY. This state of affairs has prompted the Teacher/Course Evaluation Committee of the SGA Senate to meet with Dr. George Wolf and Faculty Council. Both Dr. Wolf and Faculty Council unequivocally supported the recommendation of the Teacher/Course Evaluation Committee that called for the results of the Fall Term 1973 Teacher/Course Evaluation to be made available to the student body through its representatives in the Senate. The SGA Senate hopes that you will not offer any objections when efforts are made by SGA members to collect the evaluation results. Thses individual evaluation results will then be compiled into a master evaluation results form for the use of the stu...

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