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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Thursday, February 28, 1974 At Schindler's Restaurant Camp Hill, Pa. What next, Henry? The Harrisburg Foreign Policy Association and Capitol Campus, Pennsylvania State University co-operate in presenting a debate on the theme: Major thrusts of U.S. Foreign Policy An outstanding panel will participate. Moderated by Dr. Richard H. Heindel, Professor of International Relations at Capitol Campus; a lively debate will be presented by Dr. James G. McAree, Professor of Social Science and History at Capitol Campus, Dr. Paul C. Allen, Editorial Writer and Editor for the Patriot and Evening News, and Dr. Robert Bresler, Associate Professor of Political Science at Capitol Campus. The Great Decisions' kick-off dinner and meeting on January 24 was outstanding, with an excellent program and a fine attendance. Ninety-two (92) attended the dinner and at least fifty (50) more came later for the meeting. This February program should attract an equal number. Do plan to come, either for dinner at...
Folk-ln A Success [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Folk-ln A Success By Fred Prouser A memorable evening of Folk Music was presented on Friday, February 15, at the Student Center which was organized by Denise Frost and sponsored by Head Shop. An intimate coffee house atmosphere was achieved by the use of wall hangings, posters and tables with red tablecloths. Candles at each table added to the atmosphere. Homemade baked goods along with tea and coffee weve available, whl\e others brought their own liquid refreshments. Leading off the evening was Pat Quinn and Bob Goodwin, both on quitar, with "Berkeley Woman." The song comes from John Denver's album and was written by Bryan Bowers, who played on campus during the 1972 Folk Festival. American Standard provided some real blue-grass music. Bass, banjo, guitar, and mandolin combined to bring one of the best sounds in this area. Betsy and Stan, loyal Capitol alumni, did a bit with their flutes. Stan . later backed up Ed Wambach on a Beatles number and gave a Yiddish rendition o...
Equal Rights Amendment [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Equal Rights Amendment Ms. Jamie Whitty Spring '75 Many people laugh at E.R.A. bracelets because they presume that they are a women's liberation's exclusive. But they have misunderstood the whole concept of E.R.A., it stands for equal rights for everyone-men and women alike. So do not jeer at the bracelets that symbolize a better future. Let us all bank together and help the E.R.A. be approved in all the states. The approval of only seven more states is needed to make equality a reality under the constitution. * * * *
Club News PSPE [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Club News PSPE National Engineers Week This year PSPE is at it again. They will have another bathtub race. They are in the process of planning this year's race. If you are interested in running a tub, marshalling the route, helping organize the race or just have any suggestions, PLEASE contact Craig S. Church (944-1937) or John Stiehler (944-0843). * * * * The Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE) has a student Chapter here at Capitol , the purpose of the chapter is to stimulate professional thinking and to instill in students a desire for professional status. The organization does this by having practicing engineers come to the campus and speak on the problems that face engineers out in the real world. This week is National Engineers Week and PSPE along with IEEE and ITE are having a guest speaker on Thursday, Feb. 21. The speaker is James A. Romano, P.E. Mr. Romano is senior Vice President of Gannett, Fleming, Corddry, and Carpenter, Inc., Engineers of Ha...
D.I.K. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
D.I.K. Delta Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society, held a recent meeting on February 5, 1974 in the Gallery Lounge. The purpose of the informal meeting was to welcome new members into DTK, with refreshments also being served. It was learned that Dr. Bill Lewis will be discussing various topics in his classes in conjunction with the "Great Decisions Series." Anyone interested in attending any of these discussions may do so and will be welcome. Three discussion series will take place; one on Feb. 26-Western Europe and the Middle-East; Feb. 28-China & the Far East; and on Mar. 7--Cuban-Panamanian Affairs & Population. These and other topics will be discussed in room E-335 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Vic Pawluk
ATTENTION [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
ATTENTION Ten junior students are needed to participate on Faculty Selection Committees. Specifically two students from each of the following programs are needed immediately; Engineering, Social Science, Humanities, Education, and Business. Faculty Selection deals with the hiring of new faculty on campus . Students will participate in selection and in interviewing. I' you are interested , please »tact your student representa • or leave your name, address, ind phone number in Room W-104 or call 787-1663.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
The Capitol Campus Reader The C.C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, 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 Fred Prouser, Bob Hetzel Fred Shattls, Gerhard Reich John Langdon, Romeo Trajanus & Paul Eggert. Staff Photographer John Fisher V ^H ^r ^n
Kids instead [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Kids instead On December 8, 1973, an idea was germinated. This idea grew into a dream. The dream has become a reality. Kids Instead is a corporatin formed by parents and concerned people in the-Harrisburg inner city. The corporation was formed for the purpose of establishing a recreation center for pre-teenage children living in the vicinity of Boas Elementary School, 909 Green Street. The corporation does exist and an active search is under way to secure a suitable building to fulfill its purpose. The dream will be fully realized. A building will be found. The time has come for everyone to know who is responsible for the creation of the corporation. The Chi Gamma Iota Fraternity is solely responsible for providing the financial backing enabling the parents to incorporate. This group of individuals not only donated the needed money at the critical moment, but also encouraged the dream to survive when many other ears were turning deaf. The veterans of Capitol Campus care and ...
Why Girls Shouldn't Go to College or How / was discriminated against at my own Graduation [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Why Girls Shouldn't Go to College or How / was discriminated against at my own Graduation by Phoebe E. Sechler Things couldn't have been finer. My parents couldn't find my place in the morning so it was spotless by the time they got there. This was the first, very first, interest they had shown in my entire educational career. (And after all, girls shouldn't go to college.) They didn't even make it to high school graduation five miles from home. I was wearing a beautifully taylored red, black, and yellow printed dress; and feeling rather radical compared to everyone else in their caps and gowns or conservative colors. My hair was down, my shoes were comfortable, my earrings glistened. My face wore a smile that would make the world wonder what I had been up to. The speaker proceeded to laud every wife who had helped put her husband through school, then every parent who helped put their sons through school. Period. "Hey, wait!" myself cried. I almost stopped the show. "What ...
To Be A Cloud [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
To Be A Cloud by Romeo Trajanus Pure white, cotton soft Lazily you just float aloft, Drifting smoothly thru the air . Showing the world you just don't care. How I wish that I could float . Thru the skies in my own air boat. Lord, I know it would be great fun To do naught but bask in a friendly sun. But now I must to life return . And store my dreams in an emerald urn . Yet, of life I would be ever so proud. If I could just live it as a cloud. * # # *
Field Trip to Philadelphia [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Field Trip to Philadelphia A guided tour of Philadelphia is being conducted by Dr. Irwin Richman, So. Sc. program and Prof. Ambrose Klain, R. PI. program. Dr. Richman will guide the participants through landmarks of "old," "late," and "new" Philadelphia. After the tour, luncheon and theatre show arrangements are being provided if desired (Dutch Treat). The field trip is planned for Saturday, March 2, 1974. The bus will leave at 7:30 a.m. from the parking lot' of the main building, Capitol Campus. The bus will leave Philadelphia at 5 p.m. Faculty, staff, students, their family and friends are invited. The cost of the trip is $7.20. Fifteen seats are still available. Make your reservations at 787-7953, student representative is Alan Frame 825 B Nelson Ave., Middletown. Tickets will be sold in Vendorville 4th Period.
By Fred Prouser [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
By Fred Prouser Nostalgia Week descends upon Capitol Campus on Friday, February 22, with the start of the Marathon Dance and the Greaser Hop. The celebration of the excitement of days gone by is a relatively new occurence at Capitol. Long before this a musical was playing at the Kingston Mines Theatre. Today, this musical, "Grease" is enjoying a record run on Broadway. The setting is Rydell High during the heydey of rock n' roll, in the 1950's. The scene shifts from the 1959 class reunion to the first day of class in the senior year. Here we meet The Burger Palace Boys and The Pink Ladies; Talk about summer vacation dominates their conversations. The boys brag of the their conquests, the girls of that special summer love. The show's memorable song, "Summer Nights,"is from this scene It deals with fleeting summer love: the casual encounters at the pool, the summer nights of romance till 10 o'clock, and the inevitable end when September comes around. objects of the 50 s. Jar"p...
RECREATION-ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
RECREATION-ATHLETICS Recreation/Athletics Buildings room is open Monday thru I- from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and ' "in. from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m iu. , our convenience. There is a Weight Room which provides weights, barbells, jump ropes and a universal gym for keeping physically fit. Also, the Fitness Room is equipped with rowing machines, wrestling wheel, stall bars, chinning bar, mini gym, and chest pulley weights. There is a ping pong table set up in the Fitness Room -- so, challenge your partner - stop by and enjoy a fast game of ping pong. You may also want to spend some time using the shoulder wheel or the wrist wheel. The Mat Room may be used for your own free exercise time. Shower rooms are available for your convenience. The Equipment Room stores various items which are available to you for check out upon presentation of your ID card. Items include: tennis racquets and balls; Softball bats and balls; footballs; volley balls; basket balls; golf clubs; bicycles; medicine balls;...
BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
BOWLING Six members of the Capitol Campus Bowling League attended the Association of College Union Tournament, Region 4, College Park, Maryland with Mr. Reuben M. Smitley on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8 & 9. I hose attending were: RON SCHEIB, MURRAY SHARP, MIKE ZAYAKOSKY, PAUL HEINTZMAN, JOHN YEE and JIM HERBST. Following are the results of the bowling tournament: Total for all 3 events for individuals Team Doubles Indiv Murray Sharp 499 508 490=1497 Mike Zayakosky 479 549 462=1490 Paul Heintzman 529 501 444=1474 JohnYee 567 525 443=1535 Jim Herbst 544 570 530=1644 Ron Scheib 520 High Individual Games. JohnYee 214 Jim Herbst 212,200
BOWLING RESULTS - Wednesday Feb. 13, '74 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
BOWLING RESULTS - Wednesday Feb. 13, '74 TEAM WON LOST PERCENTAGE 1. Keglers 17 7 700 2. No Names 16 8 .667 3 - "IT"! 15 9 .625 4. New Names 14 10 .583 5. Kozaks 12 12 .500 6. Remainders 111/2 12 1/2 .460 7. XGI's 11 1/2 12 1/2 .460 8. NADS 11 13 .458 9. Leftovers 10 14 .417 10- ITE 9 15 ^375 11. Spoilers 9 11 .450 12. Dinkledorfs 4 16 .200 1. No Names (3) -NADS (1) 2. New Names (4) -"IT"! (0) 3. Remainders (2 1/2) - XGI'S ( 1 1/2) 4. Kozaks (D- ITE (3) 5. Keglers (3) - Leftovers (1) 6. Dinkledorfs - Spoilers 500 CLUB(MEN) 200 CLUB J. Pruzinsky ( No Names) 506 J. Pruzinsky 202 M. Sharp (No Names ) 536 B. Nyszczot 212 F. Golembeski (NADS) 536 B. Nyszczot (New Names) 534 R. Szczvrowski (XGI'S) 527 J. Herbst (Keglers) 530 MEN'S INDIVIDUALS WOMEN'S INDIVIDUALS H.A. Jim Herbst 185 H.A. Barb Keeler 129 H.S. Mike Vitale 557 H.S. Trudy Drake 480 H.G. Brent Cohen 234 H.G. Phyllis Mashman 160 Make - up week MUST be made up no later than the Eighth Week (February 27, 1974)