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Lookie here, folks [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Lookie here, folks It has come to the attention of the S.G.A. that on Thursday, April 11a clock was taken from the Lampost Inn. There is every indication that Capitol Campus students were responsible. As a result the management has regretfully considered barring college students from the bar if the clock is not returned, no questions asked. If any individual has any information or opinions on this matter please contact the S.G.A. in W-104. * * * *
STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS AND SENATORS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS AND SENATORS Mike McAllister, President; Andy Pfvamik, Social Science Senator; Russ Hogg, Vice President People Hello, Thank you for your votes and participation in the recent SGA elections. As your new student representatives we would like to make sure you know who we are. Also, if you would let us know what's on your mind, what's bugging you and what needs to be changes it would be helpful, for you are the government. If we can get it together with you, progress will be inevitable. There are over 2,000 students attending this campus; we want to be your voice. You will be informed (by our flier) of every proposal; views and suggestions are welcome. Our job is a tough one, but more important it has to be done and we ask for your help in order for it to work. We are looking forward to a year in your service and hopefully a year of accomplishment and change. PEACE! We THE REFORM PARTY Mike McAllister Russ Hogg Jay Wren Joy Raytik Eugene Laratonda ...
S.G.A. Election Results [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
S.G.A. Election Results by Jim Bollinger After a moderately vigorous poster campaign, the 1974 SGA Presidential Elections took place Thursday, April 11. Generally speaking, the elections could be considered a success, since more votes were tabulated in this election than in last Fall's, which, however, should be expected. I shall, however, go into that in greater detail later. For now, here are the official winners in all races for this election (results certified by Robert L. Hetzel, Chairperson, Election / Screening Committee): In the all-important races for SGA offices, the voting was generally close. However, in the battle for Secretary, Joy Raytik battered all other contenders with 264 votes while each of her eleven opponents could muster only one vote a piece. On the other hand, the office of Treasurer had the tightest race of all, where only six votes separated the top three contenders. The winner in this hair-raiser was Jonathan Wren with 103 votes, while Brian English...
Emperor Dele-ojo and His African Internationals at Capitol April 26 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Emperor Dele-ojo and His African Internationals at Capitol April 26 Emperor Dele—Ojo and His African Internationals is an authentic African Band from Ibadan, Nigeria. The group is presently touring the United States as a representative group for the Nigerian government. Their presentation at Capitol Campus on April 26 is being sponsored by the Black Student Union and the Cultural Committee. The group will give two performances at 2:00 and 9:30 p.m. The 2:00 performance in the Auditorium will be a presentation of traditional dances which are indigenous to the Yoruba culture, such as the ceremonial dances to the Yoruba Gods of Peace, Fire and the coronation of Kings. The 9:30 p.m. performance at the Student Center will be music for dancing. The music will include numbers for dancing the Highlife, Chachacha and also Juju dances which are major events in Africa. Emperor Dele—Ojo organized the group in Ibadan, Nigeria and since that time, they have performed throughout Africa. Th...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
EDITOR'S NOTE: DUE TO LACK OF COPY AND INTEREST, THIS ISSUE OF "THE READER" WAS POSTPONED UNTIL THIS WEEK. OFFICIAL APOLOGIES ARE THUS EXTENDED TO ALL CONTRIBUTORS WHOSE ARTICLES WERE IN ON TIME FOR PUBLICATION LAST WEEK. ALSO, WE WOULD LIKE TO APOLOGIZE FOR THE OBSOLESCENCE OF ANY DATED MATERIAL CAUSED BY THIS DELAY. FINALLY, WE WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND OUR UPTEENTH INVITATION TO ALL STUDENTS , FACULTY AND/OR STAFF WHO WOULD LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE ARTICLES, PICTURES OR LETTERS TO "THE READER" TO PLEASE DO SO AGAIN, OUR OFFICE IS IN W-104. THANK YOU P.S. We're just tryin' to stay alive.
Bad Thoughts on fhe Twenty-fifth Week [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Bad Thoughts on fhe Twenty-fifth Week by Doug Gibboney An Apathetic Commuter Student Five weeks until the term ends; half of the people here will graduate and scatter like locusts to points unknown. The other half will go underground for three months until the September chill brings them running back like lemmings to the warm confines of Capitol Campus. That's nicer and so is the natural flow of the seasons and all that. But, in another way, a repetition of this year's cycle is kind of a discouraging forecast. Another thirty weeks of dread discontent and bad rumblings should not be the stuff campus like is made of. Let's face it; the Capitol Campus of the Pennsylvania State University is not a happy place, and I am sure no one on campus will dispute that - with the possible exception of Mister Paul who is one individual who seems to really enjoy his job. Anyway, all year the Reader has used the literary talents of Charlie Holecry and Jim Bollinger to document and bitch about t...
THE WATCHER IS REAL [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
THE WATCHER IS REAL by Bill Matthews The other day I received a notice from housing about turning in deposits for reservation of Meade Heights housing. For me those worries are over, I graduate. But what was interesting about the notice was the drawing of Kilroy peering over a fence emblazoned on the flyer. Underneath the drawing were the words, "The Watcher is Everywhere. The Watcher is watching you." Well let me tell you, the watchers are alive and well and living in the form of maintenance personnel in Meade Heights. What? That's right . . you know those nice guys who paint your rooms and fix the doors? Well, they report you too. For everything from the growing of canabis-sativia to black lights to strange clothes (female's in a male's house or male's in a female's house.) Can this be true? You bet. I took the liberty of asking a number of Meade Heights students what their major complaints were. Surprisingly enought about 60% of the complaints dealt with the attitude and pr...
Spring Dinner Dance [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Spring Dinner Dance The Student Government Association has announced the date for the annual Spring Dinner Dance. The semi-formal affair will be held Saturday, May 4, 1974. Cocktails will be served from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m., followed by dinner from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Dancing will follow from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. The dinner and dancing music will be provided by "Rainbow". The Dinner Dance committee, Peggy Vanderslice and Mike Leasher, have selected the pleasant atmosphere of Allenberry on the Yellow Breeches, Boiling Springs, Pa. for this year's event. The buffet dinner menu features steamshop round of beef, roasted chicken, and seafood newburg. The annual Spring Dinner Dance is open to all students, not only Seniors. However, space and finances have placed a limit of 100 couples on the event. The price of the tickets is $6.00 per person and $12.00 per couple. Tickets will go on sale on Monday, April 15. Location of sale will be announced. The directions to Allenberry will be p...
WALK-A-THON [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
WALK-A-THON On May 5, 1974 a Walk-A-Thon is being sponsored by the March of Dimes. Currently there are three Walk-A-Thons planned for the Harrisburg Area; one on the East Shore; one on the West Shore and one in Carlisle. . Starting points have not yet been determined. Walkers are sponsored either by themselves or by someone else. The minimum sponsorship is 10 cents a mile. As of this date we have three students who are participating - Lisa Yaffee Pat Nevin and Bill Matthews. Obviously we need more people to make this work. Please come out and support this fine organization. We need your help. Interested students can contact Bill Matthews in the S.G.A. Office, W-104 or Call 787-1663. Thank You.
Club News [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Club News D.l.K. BY Vic Pawluk Delta Tau Kappa (D.T.K.), the international social science honor society, held a recent meeting on April 9, in the T.V. Lounge. The meeting was highlighted by the election of new D.T.K. officers for the coming year. The new officers elected are as follows: Gretchen Sensemen, President; Ray Barbush, Vice-President of Programs; Nancy Wilt, Vice-President of Membership; and Debbie Hall Secretary-Treasurer. These new D.T.K. officers were installed into office on April 16, 1974, at the annual D.T.K. banquet. The D.T.K. banquet was held at Schindler's Restaurant this year with a smorgasboard style dinner. Dr. Ed Racey was the guest speaker for the event.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
>m OJtO » < 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. Editor Frank DeSantis staff Jim Bollinger, Doug Gibboney Fred Prouser, J °hn Langdon , Romeo Trajanus "It is by the goodness of God that in our country we have those three unspeakably precious things: Freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence never to practice either of them." - Mark Twain
The Pursuit of Happiness [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
The Pursuit of Happiness Editor's Note: Last week, through some unfortunate mishap, the following article was printed without its conclusion. This week, however, it appears in its entirety. Ross Dieffenbacher We Hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its Foundation on such principles, and organizing its Powers in such Form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Would people place their signatures, address and current date under the above statements was the object of a recent survey b...
Lebanon Valley College Spring Arts Festival [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Lebanon Valley College Spring Arts Festival A Spring Arts Festival will be held April 26, 27, and 28 on the campus of Lebanon Valley College. A variety of activities are scheduled for the weekend. These include a juried arts and crafts show, artists-inaction program, an outdoor crafts sale, a film festival and a Black arts festival. A highlight of the festival will be a Moog synthesizer concert on April 26 at 8:00 p.m. Later that evening Bluegrass music will be featured in concert at 9:00 p.m. Jazz will be featured on Saturday, April 27 at 5:00 p.m. with the NEW JAZZ QUARTET. Also scheduled during the festival are the LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE JAZZ BAND and THE SUSQUEHANNA JAZZ BAND. Movie buffs have a variety of films to choose from the film festivals. Charlie Chaplin films will be shown Friday, April 26 at 8:00 p.m. POTEMPKIN, a film classic will be featured at 9:00 p.m. the same evening with a panel discussion following the film at 10:30. SHIP OF FOOLS starring the late Michae...
The Society For The Study Of Streaking And Streakers [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
The Society For The Study Of Streaking And Streakers A satirical editorial of American commissions by Bill Hirschman, Jr. The origin of streaking has been taken by the American public wih a grain of salt. People who care for America are joining S-quad. Squad is the media's subtitle for "The Society for the Study of Streaking and Streakers." Organizer's of S-quad are proud to note their ingenuity. "One can readily see the space Squad saves over The Society for the Study of Streaking and Streakers," said one of its proponents. Quad, as we've been taught in American schools means four. There are four S's in the commission's formal title, hence, S-quad. The subtitle is also a shrewd pun on another American institution squad-intrinsically meaning an organization to study something. S-quad is organized to attain a fuller analytic understanding of why streaking is and why streakers streak. These are the two main goals of S-quad. It is good American to organize a commission to stu...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
RITE S OF SPRING The Second Annual Rites of Spring will be held Sunday, May 5, in Peoples Park, Meade Heights. The purpose of Rites of Spring is to bring together the campus community: dorms, heights and commuters. It consists of a free picnic with box lunches furnished by the Meade Heights Board of Governors and entertainment by interested students. Activities planned include various games such as a three-legged race, sack races and the like. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. A good time is in store for all, so think Spring and CELEBRATE THYSELF. NEEDED WANTED Talented Individuals Share your talent with others Your group! Or just you! At The RITE'S OF SPRING May 5th PEOPLES PARK For further information Contact: Rich 944-0158 948 A Kirtland Avenue
Reader Horoscopes [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Reader Horoscopes Your watchword (or April by Jim Bollinger and Swami Tiberius Trajanus (special consultant) AIRES (Mar 21-Apr 19) Like all rams, you'll be extremely horny this month, since this is your birthmonth. The stars say that you shall soon take a journey and return knowing more than when you left - like it costs twice as much to take these journeys as it did ten years ago. Swami Trajanus tells us that Aires are natural leaders. You are the people who start such stupid fads as goldfish-swallowing, streaking, and pulling your toenails off. Famous Arians include actor Gregory Peck, Actress Bette Davis, and, of course, an Austrian ex-corporal who made his fame in Berlin who was called Adolph, and better known to his loved ones as Der Fuhrer. TAURUS (Apr 20-May 20) This month you'll have to put up with more than your share of the bull. You would, be wise to stock up on the Charmin' because there is another shortage rumoured for this summer. And remember not to look behin...
Somewhere Now [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Somewhere Now By Romeo Trajanus Somewhere there are rolling green fields, Somewhere there is a breeze so cool, Somewhere breathes the girl I love, While here beats the heart of a fool. Once we ran o'er the rolling hills, Once I felt the cool nights in June, And once I was with one so fair While we loved in the light of the moon. And now my fields have all gone dead, and bare Now the air is oppressing ly hot, And now our love is a forgotten ache And my love, she has gone ; whence I do know not.