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From Student Affairs [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

From Student Affairs A new beginning for an evangelical, Christian, campus ministry is being sought. This could take the form of a worship service, an informal Bible study, a Christian rap, or any other form desirable to students. It is to be planned and promoted by students, with volunteer assistance available, and would not be denominational. At the beginning of the fall term, 1973, a small group of students, assisted by Pastor Nolan M. Kennedy, of Valley Baptist Church, Middletown, began a Tuesday evening Bible study and a Sunday afternoon worship service in the Student Center. However, those who began this ministry are no longer on the campus. New leadership is now being sought. There are on the campus some evangelical students, and others, who are interested in a Bible oriented campus sharing activity. This would be planned and structured by and for students. Pastor Kennedy has offered his assistance for any such activity. Students who are interested in becoming a part ...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
The Reader Reviews [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

The Reader Reviews Connoisseur's Guide To Cheap Flicks By Jim Bollinger In the past few months, a number of motion-pictures have been released to tempt any moviegoer's palate. Since the green stuff is hard to come by, it ain't easy tomake it to all the flicks, so one has to use a little discriminating taste in picking movies. As a result, I've picked a few of what I feel are the best movies currently running in the Harrisburg Area to recommend to those of you who, like me, are on tight budgets. These are (along with my personal ratings): THE STING(at the Twin Eric II) staring Newman & Bedford. A fine updated version of Butch Cassidy & Sundance Kid. Good performance by stars. Great action movie set in the thirties dealing with the Big Con. Superb surprise ending. 8/10 Twin Eric Cinemas offer afternoon $1.00 matinees on Wednesday and sometimes other days of the week. (Located off route 1-283 at East Park Center on Derry St.) THE EXORCIST (at United Artists Cine...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Interesting Points [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

Interesting Points by Bill Matthews I have to laugh. The other day I went up to Dr. McDermott's office to see about reserving room E-202 for a meeting I was having. In case you don't know it, room E-202 is that beautifully paneled room next to executive row on the second floor of the administration building. Anyway, I sent Mr. Bellini, a student, to reserve the room for me. He was informed by a certain secretary, 'You tell Mr. Matthews, if I told him once, I've told him twice, that is he wants a room he'll have to go through Mr. South, Dean of Student Affairs.' Well, needless to say I was taken aback. What's so sacred about a conference room? That conference room is space, space which we pay for, space that is not utilized to its fullest capacity and space that should be made available to students. Anyway I did go through Mr. South and obtained the room, no questions asked, five minutes after the original incident—weird. E-202 what are you? Oh, another thing. . .Beta Chi, (the...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Money [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

Money Each year, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency awards grants to residents of the state for educational purposes. Grants for Capitol students in 1973-74 ranged from $100 to $900. These grants are based on financial need. A separate application (from those mentioned above) must be filed by a student for consideration by PHEAA. If a student has had a 1973-74 PHEAA grant, a renewal application for 1974-75 will be mailed to him/her automatically in March or April. Deadline for submitting this form is: April 30, 1974. If you wish to apply for a 1974-75 PHEAA grant, stop by the Admissions-Financial Aid Office for information about the application process. Deadline for new applications is: May 31, 1974. You may wish to borrow from the State Guaranteed Loan Program. Applications are available from your local bank or savings and loan association. In order to be considered for the federal interest benefits on a State Guaranteed Loan while you are in school, you must h...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
TARNHELM [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

TARNHELM Geo v go sits before the typewriter, hurting deeply. For the past three hours he has sat there, his face a soft numb mask hiding torment and agony, his thoughts returning again and again to suicide. Roxannel Roxannel How could you do this to meI George is crushed by Blentless waves of sadness, angusih crucifies him to the memory of a mountain and Roxanne's hair in the sunlight. He wants to cry. But instead he looks up toward the typewriter. Filled with the wisdom pain brings, George taps out a poem. His personal comment on things. A scream. Afterwards, he feels better. A little better, anyway. He decides to go over his friend Jim's awhile. Three years have gone by since that happened and now Rasanne shares George' s memory with other girls both better and worse. But George still likes that poem. There are times when we all sit down to write. Why let it stop there? Allow this facet of your personality open expression; be proud enough of what you write to develop it...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Test Dates To Remember [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

Test Dates To Remember Test Date Penalty Date Final Closing Graduate Record Date Examination (GRE) 4-27-74 4-2-74 4-9-74 Miller Analogy Test are given in the Counseling Center daily by appointment only. Study books borrowed on a two w e ek basis may also be attained for preparation for the test. Arrangments to take the test may be made by calling 787-7757 or by stopping by. ^^

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
ROTC News [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

ROTC News Frank Deyo a business student here at Capitol Campus and also cross enrolled in the ROTC program at Dickinson College attended, along with cadets from all across the nation, the annual Mid-Winter ROA (Reserve Officer Association) Conference Feb. 20 thru 23. Some of the highlights included tours of the White House, Pentagon and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The banquet was held Friday evening with guest speaker Vice President Gerald Ford. Throughout the tour the cadets were addressed by several prominient speakers such as Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff Admiral Moorer and Congressman Daniel Flood from Pennsylvania. Frank and his wife Franceen are presently living in Elizabethtown and he will be graduate in June 1975. Frank is a former Green Beret and spent a year in Vietnam with the 5th Special Forces. As for the ROTC program, Frank says he enjoys it and it gives him a chance to employ some of the business concepts he learns in the classroom. Frank feels the...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Big Brother/Big Sister Program [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

Big Brother/Big Sister Program Would you like to share a small part of your life with a child who needs you? Do you have three (3) hours a week to spend with a child who is in need of adult companionship? The County of Dauphin Child Care Service's Big Brother/Big Sister Program is looking for unselfish people to become a 'friend' to a child. This is a slow-growing relationship through which you offer your capacity to be an understanding adult brother or sister. The children range in age from 4 to 18. They are in foster homes, child care institutions or in some other situation where they can benefit from additional one-toone contact with an adult...boys who have no strong male image to relate to; girls who need a woman's individualized attention. They conic from everywhere looking for an unselfish person to depend upon. It is not necessary to spend a lot of money because it might create hard feelings with your Little Brother's or Little Sister's family. What you offer instead...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Help For Whales A Frustrating Fiasco [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

Help For Whales A Frustrating Fiasco Washington, B.C. - A boycott of Japanese products has been called by American Conservation groups to force the Japanese government to halt the continuing slaughter of Whales by Japan's huge Whaling Fleets "This total disregard for international opinion and the warnings of the IWC's own scientists leaves conservationists with no recourse except taking actions against the Japanese," explains Christine Stevens, .head of the Animal Welfare Institute, which is coordinating the boycot campaign. "Until the Japanese recognize their responsibility to save the whales from extinction, Americans should stop buying Japanese cars, motorcycles, televisions and cameras." Supporting the boycott campaign are the National Wildlife Federation, Friends of the Earth, Fund for Animals, Environmental Action, Defenders of Wildlife and Environmental Policy Center. Students groups throughout the United States have already enlisted in the boycott campaign. Further i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Right to Drink [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

The Right to Drink RIGHT'S ON! is a student organization dedicated to the notion that the hypocrisy which has dominated the formulation of policy concerning the right's of 18 year old adults should be challenged and reformed. Specifically, our group can see no valid reason why a person who can fight in his nation's defense, marry and raise a family, enter legal contracts, and vote in a presidential election (and all other elections), can not legally drink a glass of wine. We believe that, as in the case of voting rights, the liquor privilege is an idea whose time has unquestionably come. The duplicity of the current drinking regulations can be noted in three particular forms: First, as mentioned previously when a person may die for his country, and yet is not permitted to purchase an .alcoholic beverage, no measure of eloquent rhetoric can adequately dent that the person is a victim of un-fair age discrimination. Second, when the situation exists in which five bordering stat...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Leathers Appointed Director [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

Leathers Appointed Director Dr. John L. Leathers, director of the Altoona Campus of The Pennsylvania State University, has been promoted to fill the newly-established post of Administrative Director of the University's Commonwealth Campus system. Dr. Leathers' appointment was announced March 19th by President John W. Oswald, with the concurrence of Provost Russell E. Larson and Dr. Robert G. Quinn, dean of Academic Instruction of the Commonwealth Campuses, to whom Dr. Leathers will report. The new post was created by the Board of Trustees at the January meeting through consolidation of both academic and administrative responsibility for Commonwealth Campus operation in Dean Quinn's office. The change becomes effective July 1 when Kenneth L. Holderman, vice president for Commonwealth Campuses, retires from the University. Mr. Holderman has been in charge of Commonwealth Campus administration since 1959. During his tenure, the system has grown into an 18-campus network with 15...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

COLLEGE STUDENT'S POETRY ANTHOLOGY The NATIONAL POETRY PRESS announces its SPRING COMPETITION The closing date for the submission of manusaiDts by College Students is April 10 ANY STUDENT attending either junior or senior college is eligible to submit his verse. There is no limitation m to form or theme. Shorter works are preferred by the Board of Judges, because of space limitations. Each poem must be TYPED or PRINTED on a separate sheet, and must bear the NAME and HOME" ADDRESS of the student, and the COLLEGE ADDRESS as well. MANUSCRIPTS should be sent to the OFFICE OF THE PRESS NATIONAL POETRY PRESS 3210 Selby Avenue i«. * , „ ..* Los Angeles, Calif. 90034 ^mm^^t^^mmmmmm^^ammama^m^tm^mma^^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

READER CLASSIFIEDS For Sale FOR SALE: One beige carpet that runs from wall to wall in the living rooms of the smaller houses in The Heights and one blue carpet suitable for living room or bedroom. $6.00 ea. Phone 944-1645. Ask for Fred. » # # » FOR SALE: Dynaco stereo power amplifier, 60 watts RMS per channel. New. Used two or three times only. Sell for $120. Contact Dan in C-134 or call 944-9338. Will also give a guarantee. » # # * FOR SALE: Brand new ladies hair dryers with attachable hood and brush. $24. value yours for $9.00 Phone 944-1645. Ask for Fred. * * # # FOR SALE: One Dunlop Gold Seal 560-14 White-wall tires. Also tail light lenses for Pre 1970 MGB. RCA two speed Portable Tape Recorder for $20. See A. Frame at 825 B Nelson Ave. * # » » Wanted NON-SMOKERS: Cigarette smoke is filling and killing your lungs. Breathe easier. Submit suggestions to S.G.A. office W-104. One suggestion is that smoking not be allowed in the classrooms. * * # * HEADS WANTED - If you are inte...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

Good People Productions Music Festival GOOD PEOPLES' PRODUCTIONS* sponsors of the Capitol Campus Music Festival Co-Chairmen-Peter Sell, Mike Leasher and Bob Brannan. ^^^ Future committee members ^^^k should contact us. W W Stage Crew-Al Theriault feJU^j Security [Marshallsl-Tom Maioli ~" ¦ ~ Traffic [Marshalls]-George Baran I Concessions-Bill Potter I Sanitation Ken Napierkowsky B 7: Music-Jim Yorgey ^ Equipment-Jim Taggart Head Shop-Peg Furey and Ron DeRosa Publicity-Bill Fleisher and Wanda Burkholder ARTIST? If you are interested in doing art work for the Music Festival. Contact Bill-944-3078 or Wanda-944-3012.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 5 April 1974

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Reader Spotlights [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974

Reader Spotlights Earth Week - Gone by Lynn Rothberg Beautiful spring days stimulate thoughts with back-to-nature themes and outdoor activities; however, EARTH WEEK is passing without recognition or campus sponsored activity. The cause, it seems, is a break in communication between individuals here. No one is to blame. As students, we are so conditioned to meeting set up requirements that we seldom exhibit initiative or confidence to execute activities ourselves. But let's not make excuse of already existing conditions for ourselves. Though Earth Week is rapidly passing, perhaps we can reflect a spirit of concern and organize some activity. Regional Planning majors, where are you? Can you help by planning and supervising something involving the area of the walkway? You other curriculum majors, what about you? Show you care. Post your names and ideas in the newspaper office. * * * *

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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PROVOST PLANS ALL CAMPUS RK( KPTION. MAY 11 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974

PROVOST PLANS ALL CAMPUS RK( KPTION. MAY 11 All members of the student body, staff, and administration and their spouse or guest have been invited by Provost and Mrs. McDermott to attend an All-Campus Spring Reception on Saturday, May 11, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. in the ballroom of the Penn Harris Motor Inn. Cash bars will be set up to accommodate those who would like a cocktail and a buffet of canapes and hot hors d'oeurves will be served. Admission tickets may be picked up at various offices noted in letters of invitation which were mailed this week. Plan now to attend this reception where you will have the opportunity to mingle with other members of the Capitol Campus Community for an evening of conviviality.

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