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

LOANS The Financial Aid Office has been informed by the Faculty Women's Club that Student LOANS will be available to help with expenses for Winter and Spring terms. These loans are interest free if they are paid by one year from the date of graduation. After this period, interest is 6%. Loan Applications are available from the Admissions/Financial Aid Office. Deadline for return of these applications is December 7. Applicants will be notified about loan decisions after the middle of January.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
CLASSIFIED POLICY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

CLASSIFIED POLICY All the classifieds that have been published in the Reader this term will be terminated this issue. The Reader wishes to express a thanks to those who advertized in the paper and hopes that they gained some results. Next term, the Reader ads will run only on a two week minimum. This means all classified ads. If the advertiser wishes to extend the time for his ad to be printed, he may do so by contacting the Reader office. If any one who had an ad in this term and would like it to continue for the next term, please contact the Reader office before the term break. The ad will have to be resubmitted for publication in the next term. All ads must be submitted a week before the paper is to be published. We have deadlines to meet. * * * * **HOTLINE ? * will close at 8 a.m. on Saturday, December 8.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

JTC&PKThe Capitol Campus Reader The C.C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middle town, Pa., and is printed by the West Shore Times during the Fall, Winter and Spring Terms. Opinions expressed by the editors and staff are not necessarily those of the University Administration, Faculty or Students. Co-Editors Frank DeSantis & Charlie Holeczy Staff Jim Bollinger, Doug Gibboney Wanda Burkholder, Mike Nonnemacher, John Bradford Langdon, and all graduate and Under-graduate students With special help from Gerhard Reich and lots of moral support from Bob Hetzel, Tim Jacobs and Bill Matthews.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
BLOOD SHED ON CAMPUS! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

BLOOD SHED ON CAMPUS! The week began as usual for most of us here at Capitol Campus, but by Monday afternoon the first of the signs and posters began appearing on the hallway walls. A group of sometimes boisterous student had begun to cluster around a table in Vendorville where they would remain for most of the week asking their fellow students, faculty, administration, and staff of the campus to join them in their effort and sign their petition. Word began to spread quickly ~ Thursday was to be the big day - everybody to gather in the T.V. Lounge and then go to the front of the main building - and the word was, 'from a reliable source,' that there was going to be bloodshed. There was no way it could be avoided , things had already gone too far to turn back now! There had been an article in the campus newspaper and the radio station was announcing it every half-hour , but by Wednesday things had quieted down somewhat. An uneasy calm prevailed. No one know what to expect. Thu...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
WZAP [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

WZAP OtftuUftUfiKol 7ttcu4 CALL LETTERS: WZAP FREQUENCIES: 640 - dorms 1520 - heights PURPOSE: To communicate to the Student Body of Capitol Campus the latest in progressive music and Campus events, also news, weather and local happenings. OPPORTUNITIES: Better understanding of your curriculum through practical experience in Engineering and Business. A chance to meet and learn about people. A medium for playing progressive type music for you and others enjoyment. WZAP Station Manager - Frank Bellini 944-0522 Asst. Station Manager - Jim Yorgey 944-1984 Program Director - Jerry Throne 944-0301 Music Director - Ralph J. Labolite 944-0810 Chief Engineer - John Chang Co-Chief Engineer - Bob Futscher 234-8589 Head Disc Jockey - Ken Napierkowski 944-9053 Business Manager - Paul Willard 944-0522 * * *

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
PHOTO CLOD [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

PHOTO CLOD The Photo Club revealed itself for a few weeks in the form of a show in the Gallery Lounge a week ago. The seven photographers who participated were Albert Burlikowski, Bill Camp, Frank Desantis, John Fisher, Charlie Holeczy, Gerry Reich, and Ed Trunk. For what little respose that was offered from the students body, it seemed very favorable. The first project for the Winter term will be on Double Exposures. Each project is an individual interpretation of the problem that is given to the group. The final prints are discussed and photographic skills and techniques are shared. Next Monday night will be the last meeting for the term. The club meets in the Gallery Lounge 8 p.m. every Monday. Plans for next term will be discussed. As always, the curious are welcome to attend. * * * *

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
LEARN-T0-SKI-NI6HT [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

LEARN-T0-SKI-NI6HT Mark December 16, 1973 on your calendar because you won't want to miss out on this one. - An evening of skiing at Round top at a "SUPER SPECIAL" price. The deal reads like this: Choice No. 1 - An all lift ticket, complete rentals (skis, boots, poles), ski lesson and refreshments after skiing - Cost $5.00. Choice No. 2 ~ All lift ticket, lesson, refreshments. Cost $3.50. Choice No. 3 ~ refreshments only (beer, soft drinks, etc.) cost $1.00. Tickets will be available from any of the Ski Shops.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
YEARBOOK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

YEARBOOK REPORT by Barbara Boswell The "we can make it happen" people would like to extend their thanks to those of you who supported the yearbook's latest insanities. The "Battle of the Sexes" football game, held on Tuesday, November 19th, provided fun for players, coaches, and spectators alike. (Not to mention a reason for a party for those of us who still need reasons for such activity.) The girls, who were really guys, beat the guys, who were really girls. I'd give you the score 'cept I forgot it. (Actually , I never knew what the score was.) It's not important. What is important, is that a bunch of people got together and had a great time. Special thanks go to Ed Beck, Clem Gilpin, Marian Krieger, and Iris Prager, who acted as assorted coahes. (I'm not going to explain that.) Also, we thank those people of both sexes, who gave their time and bodies, some clothed and some not so clothed, to the event. We also would like to thank all of you who contributed your coins towa...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

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Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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REC-ATH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

REC-ATH NEWS BOWLING: Wednesday Night Nov. 28, 1973 TEAM WON Lost PERCENTAGE 1. No Names 32 4 ° fjj? 2. Keglers 30 £ 0-833 3. XGI's 21 15 0-583 4. "IT!" 21 15 °-583 5. Spoilers 20 16 °-555 6. ITE 16 20 0444 7. Beta Chi 15 21 °-417 8. New Names 14 22 0389 9. Kuzak 12 24 0-333 10. Strikeouts 11 25 0.305 11. Dinkledorfs 10.5 25.5 0.292 12. Alleycats 9.5 26.5 0.264 (500 Club) Ed Houser (Keglers) 548 Paul Heintzman (XGI's) 522 Jim Herbst (Keglers) 519 Women's Individuals High Aug. Marge Kenny (Alleycats) 119 High Series Barb Keeler (Dinkledorfs) 43C High Game Sarah Hippie (Dinkledorfs) 16 (200 Club) Ed Houser (Keglers) 245 Men's Individuals High Aug. Ed Houser (Keglers) 176 High Series Mike Vitale (Spoilers) 575 High Game Paul Heintzman (XGI's) 215 XGI'S (4) - Strike Outs (0) "ITl" (41 ,..B«teOtiH0) Spoilers (3) - New Names (1) ITE (3) -Kozak (1) Alleycats (2.5) - Dinkledorfs (1.5) No Names (2) - Keglers (2) Championship Rolloffs on December 6, 1973 9:15 p.m. Top 4 Teams Rollof...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
SOCCER SEASON - [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

SOCCER SEASON - COACH'S ROUNDUP Prof. Ed Trunk Hey Capitol - there's a big one that's just taken flight and the ride is great! No shortage of involvement here. Two dozen players gave it their best efforts. We also enjoyed much generous support from faculty, staff and student fans who showed up to root the team on to victory . . . it did our hearts proud! The record shows a 3-3 season which is a giant step up from last Spring's 3-5-1 record. From a coach's viewpoint, we have a good team with potential for greatness. Something about Capitol is attracting soccer talent. It is starting to show in the quality of play. We had only 3 scrimmages to get ready for our first game and were playing most teams at their peak. Lack of endurance cost us our first game againt York Campus. The 2nd game against N.E. Christian Jr. College was absolutely the finest soccer this area has seen. We were in shape and earned a decisive victory. The return match with York was an easy victory. But then...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
FLAG FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

FLAG FOOTBALL The flag football play-offs were held Thursday, November 15 with Alpha Omega defeating Rag Time 13 to 12 and Reo Speed Wagon defeating Brotherhood 25 to 0. In the Championship game Reo Speed Wagon defeated Alpha Omega 7 to 6, to become the Capitol Campus 1973 Champions. The Reo Speed Wagon team ended the season with a 11-1 standing; Alpha Omega with 9-3. The 2nd Annual Capitol Campus Collegiate Invitational Flag Football Tournament began Monday evening, November 26. Teams were entered from Millersville College, Northeastern Christian Jr. College, Lehigh Co. Community College, HACC, and Ogontz Campus and York Campus of the Pennsylvania State University. REO Speed Wagon defeated the York Campus "Free Agent Thunderchickens" 12 to 0. The Millersville "Wickers" defeated NE Christian Jr. College 34 to 26. The Lehigh Co. Comm. College "Cougars" defeated Alpha Omega 18 to 8. The Ogontz Campus "Green Kryptonites" defeated the HACC team 28 to 7. The tourney was continued...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
THK LOVE OF CHRISTMAS PAST [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

THK LOVE OF CHRISTMAS PAST by Romeo Trajanus The Yuletide is near . Yet loneliness is all I hear Ten long years it's been, I fear . Since I held the one I loved so dear. Her hair I see now as then Chestnut brown, snowflake jeweled, soft as the downied wren. She I loved forever, but only then . We loved together, but never again. The years fall away, and still I see All the love, the warmth she held for me. How we longed to be together, forever free . For me to know her, and she me. Ne'er shall I forget those days of roses and wine . When I was hers, and she was mine. Though those days are gone, dead as an ivy vine, I'm still hers, as we love in my mind... God, the time has passed, and she"ll never again be mine.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

LBR Audio announcesOK exclusive5YearAudioSystemWarranty LBR Audio is proud to announce that, now with the purchase of any complete stereo or Quad Audio system for your home, you can receive FREE, LBR Audio's Exclusive 5 year written warranty that covers all parts & labor necessary to protect every part of every system component purchased, (even cables and bulbs) the only exceptions being; the heads on a tape deck and the stylus assembly on a phono cartridge. (These are still covered by the manufacturers own warranty.) EVERYTHING ELSE IS COVERED FOR FIVE FULL YEARS. WARRANTY ADD-ON: Any additional A u d i o Equipment purchased as a complement to the original system, will be added and covered on your warranty FREE OF CHARGE. PLUS WARRANTY TRANSFER: To make your warranty even more valuable, you may have it transferred to another person, by contacting LBR Audio and paying a small transfer fee. Your system remains under warranty for 5 full years, regardless. * * * * ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 December 1973

READER CLASSIFIEDS Jobs Wanted (10A) Regional Planning grad student desires full-time 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 Hollis, 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-time cook. Two students looking for reliable pe...

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Music [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

Music Dr. Patrick W. Gainer will appear at Capitol Campus, The Pennsylvania State University on January 8th as the first Guest Artist on The Symposium on American Music and Culture - Rural Tradition. He will lecture at 1:30 p.m. oh the Traditional Folk Music of the Southern Mountains. This lecture will involve the old-world folksongs of' the Scotch - Irish, choral singing, instrumental folk music and the structural character of folk music. Dr. Gainer will also give a demonstration at 8:00 p.m. in the auditorium on the character of the Mountaineer and his music. Both events are free. Dr. Gainer is a product of the Allegheny Mountains region. He was educated at West Virginia University, University of Chicago and at St. Louis University where he received his Ph. D. degree and was also a member of the English Department. World War II brought about changes in his employment. He became the Director of training for the U.S.O. and later the Director of mobile services in Brazil a...

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PUBLICITY COORDINATORS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

PUBLICITY COORDINATORS OxfatUfatianal Ttetvt We wish to welcome everyone back for a Happy New Year and hope the returning students will participate in their student organizations. Wanda and Bill • * * *

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