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Soccer Team Earns 2 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974

Soccer Team Earns 2 The first two games' loss against N.E. Christian and Messiah represented the price of taking on two top teams at the start of our season. But the victory over Hazleton Campus (3:2) and a clean sweep over Lancaster Bible (7:3) is the reward for patience and discipline of a team whose time has arrived. Coach Trunk has been working the team hard and it has paid off. "The players are now in shape and the last two games gave evidence that they are handling the ball as a TEAM should," said the coach. "At this point we are capable of taking on any challenger. Capitol has a potentially great team in these players." Two Harrisburg league teams have been added to the schedule; the Internationals on the 9th at 8 p.m. and the Olympics on the 14th at 8 p.m. - both home games. Commenting on the past three games, the coach felt that the team was not ready for Messiah. The defense - halfback relation had not yet developed as it should. As a result their forwards repeated...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 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. General Electric Color TV. Needs some repair. Best Offer. Also, two speed RCA Portable Tape Recorder, $20. Will Deal for sale of both. Call A. Frame, 944-4363 FOR SALE: Commodore 8 digit desk top calculator, one year old, constant and floating decimal. Call 944-3829. FOR SALE.1965 Chevy Malibu, automatic transmission, radio, new muffler, snow tires plus 2 new tires, good engine, needs some work but passed...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974

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Award Banquet [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

Award Banquet Congratulations, Bud (our fantastic athletic director here at Capitol Campus) on the success of the first Athletic Awards Banquet, held Thursday night, May 23, at the student Dining Hall! For the first time, we gave recognition to a great bunch of co-ed athletes; both varsity and intramural sports. The affair started off with a delicious spread of coldcuts before we got into the meat of the program. The opening was delivered by Dr. McDermott, dealing with the future of our new athletic building. He informed us that construction will begin almost certainly this fall, and that the completion date is expected to be Fall 1976. Following Dr. McDermott, Dean Wolf delivered the blessing. Entertainment was provided by a film produced by Dennis HJaverty and Ken Weller, titled "Victory in Defeat", which told the story of our Varisty basketball team and their no-win record. The film's point is just what the title implies. Letters and certificates giving special recognitio...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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A Thought From Your S.G.A. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

A Thought From Your S.G.A. The Passionate State Of Mind Today, as in all times, people question that which exists. Here at Capitol, students question parking fees, security, grades, tests, course offerings and those other concerns coming to your mind. Vehicles for change are available. The reasons for not making use of them are probably as numerous as those reasons for which you would make use of them. If you will, think a minute about President Nixon and American itself. Are you comfortable with today's politicians? What can you do as an individual? Not much of course. But you knew that. As tomorrow's leaders will we become concerned actively in the future? The point I'm leading to is that we have a student government association designated after the American democracy in which we live our lives. It contains committees and is full of bureaucratic bullshit, just like the real thing. The one problem is not enough student participation. You can get a taste of how a democracy...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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From student Gevernnem [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

From student Gevernnem Why fill out those survey questionnaries on you profs? Well, if your instructor is ont only one who professes, but also an educator who has helped make the time spent in class a knowledgeable, worthwhile experience got you, do him or her a favor and let it show on the questionnaire. If, on the other hand, the person you have been listening to for the past ten weeks shouldn't be in that position, do yourself a favor . .. As stated in the May 15, 1974 memo from George D. Wolf, Dean of Faculty, to all faculty members: "In the review process for 1974-75, whether annual, tenure or promotion, these data will be called upon for evidence of student evaluation."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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People In Organizations [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

People In Organizations If you would like your club to be in existence next year get on your elected officials and let them know about it. It's budget time and things have to be done now. There was a President's Council meeting May 13th and out of some 40 organizations only six were represented. They were Ski Club Delta Tau Kappa, XGI's, Good People Productions, Young Democrats and the Chess Club. Important topics such as publicity, planning and budgeting were discussed. There will be one more meeting before the end of this term. Tell the elected officials to check your mail boxes in W-104 once in a while and to pick up the budget form from Jay Wren, S.G.A. Treasurer. And if they don't want to, take initiative yourself. It's right as a concerned student, which is to be commended. If you have questions see one of the following individuals: Barb Keeler, Gretchen Senseman, Thompson McMiller, Mike Leasher, Dave DeLong, Rod Minaya, Jay Wren or me, Russ Hogg.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Sorry Everybody [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

Sorry Everybody It seems that a lot of students got all hot and bothered about Mr. Paul's "quote on campus" and being editor I've gotten a lot of grief about it. So for those of you who can't take a joke, I talked to Mr. Paul and found that the quote was taken out of context. He was not talking about residents of the Heights, but rather about some of the overnight visitors from off campus who are not students here. Mr. Paul's remark was not meant to offend anyone and he did not mean anything derogatory as to the morals of students. As he said, "They're all consenting adults and what they do is their business." Mr. Paul meant no harm and I only printed the quote because I thought is was funny. Yes, funny because I don't know anybody that's giving it away, let alone selling it. Do YOU? * * * *

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Soccer Season Coach's Roundup [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

Soccer Season Coach's Roundup By Prof. Ed Trunk With the final game of a succeesful soccer season, this new sport on Capitol Campus has come full cycle on those who have pioneered its beginning. It is a coach's honor to pay tribute to an outstanding group of athletes. They have shown that a major team sport has caught hold and has germinated. Opponents are calling us for matches. Applicants are choosing Capitol because of the soccer here. Many teams have complimented our display of talent. We have new stands for a steady increase in spectators. The students at Capitol are now aware of the team - we are hoping that school spirit will follow. The season just ended has been our most challenging and most successful of our short 3 season history. We played some teams that were way over our head and gave them a tough match. At half time we were ahead of Franklin & Marshall 2:1. We tied a tough (rough) Harrisburg League team, the Olympics 4:4 and scored 2:1 against the Harr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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What's A Good Sport? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

What's A Good Sport? Armand C. Magnelli When I came to this campus, I was grateful that I could participate in the sports program; being a Commuter, it enabled me to meet more people than I would have met otherwise. My appreciation of sports, to a large extent, has been dependent upon this social aspect. There are obviously other things to be gained from athletics, including physical benefits. A point I would like to make, however, is that my appreciation for sports is greatly reduced by what I would call a "win at all costs attitude" on the part of coaches and fellow athletes. By no means is this to be taken as a statement against playing to win, but rather that the exclusion of other positive aspects can result from taking this element to an extreme. Too often 1 have felt that undue criticism has been heaped upon athletes at our school in the name of winning. As an example, at one point this year, a coach told me that I had no chance of making it in life since I lacked d...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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DTK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

DTK Delta Tau Kappa membership materials ( certificate, cards and pins), for the following new members can be picked up in the Student Activities office. See Jacque. Please check you name and the date on the slip provided. Nancy J. Delp, Edward B. Carrari, Edward G. Lahnstein, Glenn P. Smith, Deborah A. Hall, Denise J. Frost, Irene K. Halkias and Robert T. Gaskill. * * * *

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LOOKING BACK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

LOOKING BACK by Jim Bollinger Looking back on my first full year here at the dung-heap of the Penn State campus system, I can only say: "God, I wish I was gettin' outta this place." But that's being cynical. Capitol does have its good points. For instance, because of the abundance of garbage, there is never a food-shortage in vendorville. And the apathy everyone is always complaining about, I have found, doesn't exist; many of our students have had their vital forces squeezed out of them by a combination of things, so that all we have here is a bunch of warm bodies walking around. Enough of this amusing reverie, however, and back to business. When I first came here, I was led to believe that it wouldn't be much different than HACC. How wrong that belief was. All along, they had me believing that HACC and Captiol Campus were, together, the educational ideal of the future. Well, maybe they were right about the former school, but, man, did they fumble the ball on that latter coun...

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Letters [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

Letters TO THE EDITOR; Who is this guy, George Dressier and how the hell does he come off being Administrative Director of Capitol Campus? I understand about the parking rate, I'm already resigned to the fact that I'll always get the Nittany Screw as long as I'm associated with the Penn State System, but shit, when he said that Cpaitol had all its freedom in the academic field, I had to laugh. Laugh at the absolutely unoriginal, backward, boring scarcity of courses, not only for the three big terms here, but also the mere pitance of courses offered for the Summer term. Laugh at the four courses in humanities. Which isn't so funny for humanities majors. What this campus could use just to name a few, are a journalism course, a photography course and even a film course that could possibly give students some idea of what American has done in the film industry from the MarxBros. to Stanley Kubrick. (But that's too much to expect from this school.) Aside from that, what provisions a...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 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. Editor Frank DeSantis Assistant Editor ... Jim Bollinger Staff Doug Gibboney, Fred Prouser John Langdon, Romeo Trajanus

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Why [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

Why by bf Why! Why is what I scream in the darkness of my mind. Why do I feel so lonely? Why do I feel so lost? Why do I feel? Do I feel? I feel until it hurts so I do not want to feel. Why can't they help me? Why can't I help myself? Why can't I help? Why can't I . . .? Why?

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C.C. Reader Interview With Mr. Paul [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 May 1974

C.C. Reader Interview With Mr. Paul May 14, 1974 Questions directed to Mr. Paul by Fred Prouser and Bill Squires. Transcribed by Peg Dillon. Q. Not recorded on tape. A. To my understanding, it was to try and get better acquainted. Correct me if I'm wrong. Q. Right. And it was to bring your side, your view of the situation on campus regarding security in an open forum so that it could clear up some misunderstandings and it would provide a vehicle to express your views on subjects that a lot of people would have in their minds but either don't have the opportunity or for some other reasons can't express them. So one of the things, with the establishment of the Student Security Committee, there seems to be a conflict that it was seen, the need was there for a long time but the students went out on their own, pressed for it and finally were successful and have gotten some force in action and finally, how do you view that in you terms? (Prouser) A. Well, we've been trying since I...

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