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The Watergate Bowl [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

The Watergate Bowl "Ever wonder what Watergate would be like it if were a football game? With the bowl games having just recently been played, and the pro- football season dieing rapidly, and though that Monday - night spectacular is little more than a memory, we proudly bring you . . . MOM)AY MCHT FOOTBALL PRESENTS: by Jim Bollinger Welcome, folks, to Monday Night Football. This is Howard Cossell, and I think we have a real match-up for you tonight. And to tell you more about it is the matchless, moribund master of monologue, Dandy Don Meredith. Howdy, Folks. As Howard said, tonight's game promises to be one of the best of the season, as the White House Boobs go against the American People. Both teams are coming off big wins over mutual opponent McGovern Liberals. But, for the individual match-ups, here's fearless Frank Gifford. Good evening, fans. Tonight's game pits a perennial loser, the American People, against one of the league's hottest teams, the White House Boob...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

READER CLASSIFIEDS As a feature to our paper we are accepting classified ads. The ads are free but limited to forty words per ad. They will run for two weeks. Ads must include your name, address, telephone number All ads must be printed and submitted to the Reader Office in W104. For Sale CHEAP CAMERA: 2% Yashica Mat 125, (w/meter) also 10 filters, 2 close-up attachments. Like new, some free film included, asking $120; Also, cheap: bowling ball, grease gun. Call John (Hbg) 234-4344, or 232-6794., leave message. * # # # FOR SALE: One tire for MGB Dunlop Gold Seal, whitewalls, 564-14. Also tail light lens and bracket for same car. One RCA 2-spd tape recorder for $25. # # * # Services Need a pickup truck to move that large, bulky, too - big - for - the - car - item? Let the gentleman of the light hauling industry make your next move easy, call Paul anytime at 944-5845 for convenient arrangements and estimates. # # » * Wanted WANTED: Young Gemini female to share small London Flat....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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REC-ATH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

REC-ATH NEWS INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Dr. Hugh M. Spall if interested in forming a faculty / staff team. Any one interested, please call him at 787-7746. The following sports activities are planned for the Winter Term. Your response will depend upon their success. Anyone interested in any of the listed activities stop by the Recreation / Athletics Building or call 787-7751: INDOOR TENNIS BADMITON, VOLLEY BALL, JUDO CLUB, MARTIAL ARTS, and WRESTLING. • »

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

BOWLING COLD OUTSIDE? MOVE INSIDE!! The Middletown Bowling Lanes will again offer Capitol Campus League Bowling, Wednesday nites at 9:15 p.m. Start the New Year bowling) Participate in America's No. 1 indoor sport. Contact the Recreation / Athletics Building for further details - 787-7751. « • »

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Twirling Medich Sisters [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

Twirling Medich Sisters University Park, Pa., -- A couple of sisters from Pittsburgh are attracting attention as majorettes with thefaststepping Penn State Blue Band. They are Kathleen Ann Medich, 20 and her younger sister, Cynthia Jean, 19. And at home, there are three younger sisters, also majorettes. Patricia Ann, 14, and Lynda Lee, 13 are twirlers in the Golden Triangles, a baton and drum corps in Pittsburgh. And last but not least is Kristen Ann, 3, who has begun training as the fifth family twirler. Kathy and Cindy, both majoring in Individual and Family Studies at the University, began their twirling career with the Swissvale Hurricanes, a neighborhood corps, a t the ages of seven and eight. Two years of private lessons at the Val-Mar Dance Studios of Swissvale prepared the sisters for their next five years with the Golden Triangles, directed by Larry Cervi who serves as majorette choreograph for the 13 Penn State twirlers. With this professional touring corps which h...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

D\YCome to the Organizational Keggar. Tuesday Night, 9 p.m., January 15 at THE STUDENT CENTER. Dancing to a real "Live" Band, RAVEN, and free beer for all those of age. Admission is 50 cents for the fair (it's to help us cover the cost of a great band.) DAT

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974

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HlGHWOOOS STRINGBAND [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

HlGHWOOOS STRINGBAND T^taden, SfwUtyfo* Music The Highwood Stringband consists of Walt Koken and Bob Potts, Fiddles; Mac Benford, banjo, Doug Dorschung, guitar; and Jenny Cleland, bass fiddle. All the members have spent many years absorbing and performing old-time string music, playing in such groups as the New Tranquility Stringband, the Busted Toe Mudthumpers, and most notably, the Fat City Stringband. In the spring of 1972,- they joined together as the Highwoods Stringband, and since that time they have become one of the best young stringbands in the country; winning numerous prizes at fiddle conventions throughout the country; giving concerts in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington; appearing at the Smithsonian, the Old Domimion, the Philadelphia, and the National Folk Festivals; and touring colleges across the country as part of the Smithsonian Institution's Touring Performance Service. The band can be heard on their recent record "Fire on the Mountain" (Round...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Attention Students Telephone Directory to be published [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

Attention Students Telephone Directory to be published THE STUDENT TELEPHONE DIRECTORY WILL BE PUBLISHED ONCE AGAIN THIS YEAR. IF THERE ARE ANY STUDENTS WHO WOULD LIKE THEIR NAME LEFT UNPUBLISHED, PLEASE CONTACT NANCY WILT AT (944-9714 OR SKIP LARONTONDA AT 944-0280). THE DIRECTORY WILL BE ON SALE IN VENDORVILLE IN APPROXIMATELY ONE WEEK FOR 25 CENTS PER COPY. * * * *

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Course repeat filing period extension made [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

Course repeat filing period extension made Reprinted from the Penn State Intercom. University students who missed the filing deadline for course repeat forms because of misinformation about the rule may appeal for an extension of the filing period. The Administrative Committee for Resident Education Procedures has established a subcommittee to review appeals from students who missed the filing deadline during the 1973 Spring, Summer and Fall Terms. Appeals for courses previously repeated during any one of these three terms will be considered by the committee if received before Feb. 27. Under present rules, a student may repeat a course in which he receives a grade of D or F, with the later grade used to calculate his grade-point 'average. All grades earned, however, remain on the student's academic record. According to Martha A. Adams, subcommittee chairman, a written description of the reason for appeal should be submitted by the student to his dean or campus director with ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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MNll Will MIIIS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

MNll Will MIIIS By Bob Hetzel Are you majoring in Education, International Studies or Social Science? Do you have an interest in debating or a desire to "get involved?" If you answered "yes", then this article may interest you. The staff for the Second Annual Capitol Campus Model United Nations is now being formed. Chairpersons, rapporteurs, parliamentarians, pages and other positions need to be filled - especially by juniors. Mr. Clem Gilpin (Inst. Afro-American studies W 262) is recruiting the staff and will be using the members in organizing and running the Model U.N. The convention is scheduled for two days in early March and approximately 30 highschools will be participating. Each participating school will send a 'deligation' that has been assigned to represent a particular nation of the U.N. Most of the delegations will be presenting resolutions that call upon the U.N. to deal with specific international problems. All comments made during the debates on the resolutions...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Motion Picture Production [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

Motion Picture Production The Art Association of Harrisburg is adding to its art education program a class in MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION, which will be taught by John P. Hudak, Executive Vice-President, Walter G. O'Connor Company, Hershey. Mr. Hudak was formerly Director of Audio-Visual Program Development for the National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C., and the Art Association is proud to have him join its faculty to teach this course. The class will provide a broad perspective and understanding of the motion picture medium and is designed to familiarize the student with the elements and techniques required for production of a sound motion picture. As a result of this course, the student should gain an appreciation and understanding of the motion picture as an art form and as a communication tool, and should gain an anatomical insight into its structure. Motion Picture Production is especially planned for those whose work sometimes involved the motion picture business, s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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OK DAY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

OK DAY John Bradford Langdon Pouring over $500 into a gigantic effort to give campus organizations a much-needed boost, OK DAY organizers delivered a great party, but there were very few persons who joined any organizations. Before UPROAR had begun its first set, nearly 150 people were present. However, recruitment efforts were at first stymied, then just plain ignored as the more appealing aspects of beer and rock dancing took over the action. Although one-half of the tables I visited lacked sign-up sheets or descriptive paraphenalia, the Aviation Club and Scuba Club drew the most visible interest. The Aviation Club display featured a video-tape film, which showed students training under simulated flying conditions. The Scuba Club had a few air tanks, fins, and masks protectively stored on a shelf. The Social committee's poster arrangement featured vestiges of last year's most illustrious undertakings, such as the white-water raft trip near Pittsburgh, the Rock/Folk Festi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

CALENDAR THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 - Noon'& 8:00 p.m. Appalachian Film Series (Aud.) 8:00 p.m. Yearbook meeting (833B Nelson) FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 - 7:30 p.m. Donkey Basketball (Main St. Gym) SATURDAY, JANUARY 26 - 6:15 p.m. Basketball - Capitol vs. Lebanon Valley (JV) Annville, Pa. MONDAY, JANUARY 28 - 6:30 p.m. Head Shop (Middle Earth). TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 - 1:30 & 8:00 p.m. Symposium on American Music and Culture - Highwood String Band (Aud.) 1:40 p.m. Mr. William W. Adams, guest lecturer on International Marketing Problems and Solutions Room E316. 6:30 p.m. - DTK open house for new members (Gallery Lounge). 7:00 p.m. Meade Heights Board of Governors (Middle Earth) WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30 - 6:15 p.m. Basketball Capitol vs. Bloomsburg State (JV) Bloomsburg, Pa. 8:00 p.m. - Movie - "Sacco & Vanzetti" (Student Center) THURSDAY, JANUARY 31 - Noon & 8:00 p.m. - Appalachian Film Series . (Aud.) * * * * Notice A career information session is scheduled fo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Instant help [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

Instant help Instant Help for home sewers and needlework enthusiasts is now as close as the telephone, thanks to a new,toll-free service. Called Coats & Clark's "HELP-LINE", the service is staffed by knowledgeable consultants who can answer questions about sewing and needlework projects. Introduced for the first time in the Northeast, "HELP-LINE" is staffed from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday. After business hours calls are recorded and a consultant returns the call. Coats & Clark's "HELP-LINE" toll free number is (800) 223-5063. Whether the question concerns thread, zippers, tapes and trims, yarn or their many uses, Coats & Clark's "HELP-LINE" consultants are able to assist callers. If additional information is necessary, callers are sent copies of folders and leaflets containing step-by-step directions with illustrations. "Help-LINE" is designed to bring greater enjoyment to home sewing and needlework projects and to provide guidance just...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

Attention! Attention! Students! Faculty! Staff!! The first Meade Height's Board of Governor's PINOCHLE TOURNAMENT Feb. 4th to 19th Cash Prizes Watch for Further Details

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974

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