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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
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Moon Poem #3 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Moon Poem #3 An evening such as this one was made only for sharing the soft mist of the moon, seemed to have asked us to spend an hour together. And I walked to the corner, knowing it was late, but still hoping you somehow understood this night. And I waited. Every few moments, with the haloed moon being clouded and then bright, I would turn to look for you until you came to share the night. And I waited. Hymie McCrab Humanities
Ain't Gonna Walk That Road No More [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Ain't Gonna Walk That Road No More a song by Romeo Trajanus Ain't gonna walk that road no more I done already tripped down that flight of stairs; Ain't gonna walk that road no more Gotta find some new pages to tear. All my life I been running down streets, Don't care to look ahead, afraid to look behind All my life looking for help, But no one care, and no one's kind. So I already skirted that blind alley, Ain't gonna go there with you again You tell me not to worry, let my cares go by But this rat wants to join the race of men. Ain't gonna walk that road no more I wore that cast too goddamn long ago; Ain't gonna walk that road no more... Just face the sun alone, and go
GRADUATION [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
GRADUATION Spring once again is here, And the seniors will drink a beer. For their time has come . To grab their diploma and run. Jobs may come their way. Some may get a weekly pay. Others will stand in line, Unemployment checks better be on time. No I am not one, Who will be able to run. I'll be here next year . This to me is very dear. Ross Dieffenbacher
SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
SATURDAY by of Thinking Thoughts a word a phrase Click! On goes my brain - thinking thinking of a past happening Shift! my thoughts drift / slip into depression a depression which changes my thoughtsthoughts which make me think - thinking which makes me depressed Now of loneliness empty not whole a being which is incomplete incomplete of someone else someone else is missing a part a part of someone else a part which someone is willing to share *^^_ willing to share.... ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^¦ ife.J'i ^^^^^B Photo by Al Burlikowski
Special 1<)74 Summer Term Course For Those Concerned About Energy Problem [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Special 1<)74 Summer Term Course For Those Concerned About Energy Problem ET 498 "Introduction to Energy Sources" Prerequisites: None. This course is designed for those with and without a science or engineering background. Class - 3rd period M, T, W, Th, F (8 weeks) Instructor - Assistant Professor C. P. Hary. Text: ENERGY, ELECTRIC POWER AND MAN, by Timothy J. Healy. The following is a quote from the Preface of the text: "At approximately 5:16 p.m. on November '9, 1965, in a power station in Ontario, Canada, a protective relay opened to disconnect a transmission line carrying electric power to Toronto. This triggered a complex sequence of overloads and line disruptions which darkened neighboring regions within seconds. Within about twelve minutes 80,000 square miles and thirty million people in the United States and Canada were blacked out. The outage lasted from a few moments to over thirteen hours. Elevators and subways in New York stopped; air-traffic control sy...
COUNCELING CENTER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
COUNCELING CENTER NEWS New Test Study Guides The Counseling Center has recently acquired new study guides for test preparation for the Graduate Record Examination, the Law School Admissions Test, the Miller Analogy Test and the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). These study guides have been prepared by the Barron's Educational Series, Inc. and include helpful hints for taking these tests as well as simulation tests for practicing skills. These books are available in addition to the ARCO Study Guides already in service in the Counseling Center Library and are available to students on a two-week loan basis. * * * *
A Threat of War [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
A Threat of War Although the threat of war has declined slightly, the Sino-Soviet frontier is still the most dangerous area of the world today in the view of a Soviet expert recently returned from The Peoples Republic of China. "The Chinese leadership honestly seems to believe the Soviets will attack them and they have convinced large numbers of their people of the reality of this threat," continues Dr. Aspaturian who heads the University's Slavic and Soviet Language and Area Center. The Chinese, he found, look on Russia as one of the coterie of imperialist Western powers who have dismembered and humiliated them for centuries. As as result of what they regard as illegitimate Russian aggression, they currently lay claim to 500,000 square miles of Russian territory. The Russians, on the other hand, remember the Mongol-Tartar conquerors from the East, and to them, Mao Tse-tung is Genghis Khan with a hammer and sickle. "The danger of war has decreased, however," Dr. Aspaturian p...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Z The Placement Center Newsletter will be incorporating ^ j information about summer job ^^ opportunities, etc. 1 ^ Juniors are asked to pick up ^9 and review copies of this ^? informative bi-weekly £ * ¦ publication. ^* Copies are regularly ^* distributed via the Roundtable ^T and the racks at entrances to the main building.
MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
MUSIC Ida Briscoe, soprano accompanied by Mary Fendrich will give a song recital on Thursday, May 23, at 2 p.m. in the Main Building Auditorium. Miss Briscoe ( married to Nicolas Gressis a faculty member in Finance) is the daughter of the Lord Mayor of Dublin and studied in Ireland (Royal Irish Academy, Dublin) Italy (St. Cecilia Academy in Rome), and also in Greece (Academy of Music, Athens). She has appeared in leading opera houses in Rome, Naples, Athens and Dublin and has performed for radio and television in the United States as well as Italy, Greece, and Ireland. She has appeared in concert at Pennsylvania State University at University Park, Shippensburg State College and in New York. Mary Fendrich is a student at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. She has performed as a soloist with the Harrisburg Symphony concert in "This is Jazz," December '71 and also as a soloist with the Harrisburg Youth Symphony, May '72. Miss Fendrich served as musical accompa...
Attention Juniors!! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Attention Juniors!! Please be advised that if you wish to take the first Fall, 1974, test administration of the Graduate Record Examinations, the Admissions Test for Graduate Study in Business, the Law School Admissions Test, the National Teachers Examinations, the Test of English as a Foreign Language and/or any other test required for graduate school admissions, you should contact the Counseling Center on or about Monday, September 2, 1974 for registration applications for these examinations. Educational Testing Service has not yet announced the date of the first Fall administration of these examinations, but since the arrival date for students for the Fall term will be September 28, 1974 it is quite possible and more than likely that several of the registration dates for the October and November 1974 administrations of these tests may have passes by the time you return to school and you might miss an opportunity to take these examinations and have to wait for the December...
Test Dates To Remember [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Test Dates To Remember The following testing and registration dates for Graduate School examinations will be the last dates for the academic year 1973-1974. Applications for these examinations, as well as study guides for some of these tests, are available from the Counseling Center, W-117. Final _„A _ „. ^„ „„ „^ Test Date Penalty Date Closing GRADUATE RECORD 6/15/74 5/21/ y ?4 5/2 * EXAMINATION (GRE'S) ' ' W >+ LAW SCHOOL ADMISSIONS 7/27/74 7/074 TEST(LSAT'S) ' ' STUDY IN BUSINESS 7/13/74 6/21/?4 (ATGSB) o/zi//* NATIONAL TEACHERS 7/20/74 6/27/?4 7/3/?4 EXAMINATION (NTE'S) o/z///* ,,*,,* COLLEGE OF PODIATRY 6/22/74 6/5/?4 ADMISSIONS TEST (CPAT) ' ' Miller Analogy Tests (MAT'S) are administered daily, by appointment,m the Counseling Center, W-l 17. On or about September 2. 1974, you can contact the « Counseling Center either by calling 717-787-7757 (or 7733) or by writing directly to Educational Testing Services, Princeton, New Jersey 08540, and request the registrati...
Capitol Sweeps Schuylkill [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Capitol Sweeps Schuylkill Sacce* As expected, our soccer team, now in peak form, rolled over Schuylkill in a decisive victory last Thursday night. The steady drizzle had little effect on the game or the spirited crowd that assembled to cheer the teams. During the first half, Capitol dominated the field. At four minutes Dennis Doerr scored his twelfth goal of the season on a sudden '"turn and shoot" into the right corner of the goal. Schuylkill went on the defensive and held for a time until a "dream play', developed on a pass from Barry Deacon to Mike Burkholder to set up Dennis Doerr giving him an even "Baker's Dozen." The half ended at 2:0. Schuylkill was on the defense for most of the second half. Mike Burkholder put Capitol ahead 3:0 when he drove a low hard line drive into the left corner. A 12-yard penalty conversion by Schuylkill spoiled Capitol's possible shutout ending the game 3:1. Coach Trunk was proud of the Team's performance and made continuous substitutions ...
RECREATION -ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
RECREATION -ATHLETICS Building Hours Effective immediately, the Base Gym hours for Wednesdays will be from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. The gym will not open at 2 p.m. on Wednesdays for the duration of the Spring Term. ALSO: The Recreation/Athletics Building and the Base Gym will be closed Saturday & Sunday, May 18 and 19 for the Music Festival.
C.C. SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
C.C. SPORTS Intramural Softball Schedule THURSDAY - ' MAY 16: 5:00 p.m. - Field A Bender Bros. vs. XGI's 5:00 p.m. - Field B Columbeanies vs. The Brotherhood 6:00 p.m. - Field A FAC/Staff Mitts Vs. Hot Tomalies 6:00 p.m. - Field B The Bears vs. I.T.E. 7:00 p.m. - Field A Ball Busters vs. The Untouchables 8:00 p.m. - Field A Whipper Inn vs. The Squirrels MONDAY - MAY 20: 5:00 p.m. - Field A Foul Balls vs. Crimson Tide 5:00 p.m. - Field B The Brotherhood vs. Ball Busters 6:00 p.m. - Field A NADS vs. Dinah Moe Humms 6:00 p.m. - Field B Happy Acres vs. The Squirrels 7:00 p.m. - Field A Bender Bros. vs. Alpha Omega 8:00 p.m. - Field A X.G.I.'S vs. The Digesters TUESDAY -MAY 21: 5:00 p.m. - Field A Crimson Tide vs. Dinah Moe Humms 5:00 p.m. - Field B Ball Busters vs. The Bears 6:00 p.m. - Field A I.T.E. vs. The Digesters 6:00 p.m. - Field B Alpha Omega vs. Happy Acres 7:00 p.m * Field A 8:00 p.m. - Field A WEDNESDAY - MAY 22: 5:00 p.m. - Field A I.T.E. vs. Columbeanies 5:00 p.m. - F...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
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