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Capitol Gets SOCed [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Capitol Gets SOCed MIDDLETOWN, PA.-There is something new at the Capitol Campus of Penn State University!! The Capitol Campus, along with 250 other colleges, has been designated as a Servicemen's Opportunity College, (SOC). Servicemen's Opportunity College is a network of institutions across the country and abroad which cater to the service person's needs. Since the service person travels, not only from state to state but from country to country, it has been difficult in the past to complete a bachelor's and-or a Master's degree. With the institution of SOC, an educational environment, which understands and assists the mobile service person, has been created. Now it is possible for a service person to obtain a bachelor's and-or Master's degree without interruption in military obligations. The participation of the Capitol Campus of Penn State University in the SOC program means service people in and around the Harrisburg area can combine a college education with military serv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

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Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Capitol Scholarship Recipients [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Capitol Scholarship Recipients Two students from Penn State-Capitol Campus recently earned academic scholarships. Peter Zedonek, an August graduate from Penn State-Capitol Campus with a Master of Arts degree in American studies, has won a full scholarship and fellowship to Harvard University to pursue a PHD in Slavic studies. Zedonek, a native of Mar Lin, Pennsylvania, did his undergraduate studies at Schuylkill campus and at Capitol Campus, both part of Penn State University. He graduated from Nativity High School in Pottsville, Pa. Gary Krupa of Uniontown, Pa., and a student at Penn State-Capitol Campus has been chosen as a recepient of a Bayard D. and Ethel M. Kunkle Scholarship for. the academic year of 1974-75. Kruoa will be a senior. The Kunkle scholarships are awarded to superior students at Penn State's Commonwealth campuses. To qualify, a student must be a full time undergraduate with financial need, who exhibits good leadership, citizenship and professional aptitud...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Ocean Drain Plug Theory Announced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Ocean Drain Plug Theory Announced 'The more I know the less I want to learn." - Voigt Lee shortly after his frontal lobotomy. "The bottom of the ocean," declares Doctor Peter Hall of the Swuan Ti School of Esoteric Wisdom, "may be exactly like your bathtub!" Hall, well known throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region for his many dissertations, then went on to explain his recent theory about the possibility of a huge drain plug being located on the ocean floor. Although he has not pin-pointed an exact location, Doctor Hall believes it to be somewhere due east of Nag's Head,N.C. "Ah, assuming it is in this position, that would, ah, put it in the same spot as Atlantis, the Lost Continent," Hall said. He cites this as being the prime cause for Atlantis' sinking, "You see, the plug popped out for a couple of minutes." Doctor Hall also claims the United States Government has extensive knowledge -of the plug but refuses to release it becuase secret documents on the Watergate Affair have b...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Pennsylvania Gas [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Pennsylvania Gas UNIVERISTY PARK, - There is enough fuel buried in "vaults" under Pennsylvania to meet the heating needs of the State-and most of New Englarid-for an indefinite number of winters. The vaults are coal seams and the fuel is methane. The Pennsylvania State University mining engineer, Dr. Robert Stefanko, has urged the Office of State Planning and Development to take measures to utilize the vast quantity of methane that occurs wherever coal is found. Dr. Stefanko made the recommendation in a position paper requested by a member of the Governor's staff. "It is utterly ridiculous," Dr. Stefanko said in an interview, "for United States coal mines to release to the atmosphere 300 million cubic feet of this prime, high-BTU gas each day." Furthermore, said Dr. Stefanko, methane accumulations in underground mines are responsible for a high percentage of costly down time. Mines are required by law to suspend operations when there is more than one per cent of methane in t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Auburn and Kentucky will meet Penn State in football for the first time in upcoming years. The Lions will resume series with Miami (Fla.), Nebraska and Notre Dame in future seasons. Penn State has had an All-America linebacker each of the last six seasons and senior Chris Devlin could make it seven in 1974. Coach Joe Paterno rates Devlin "on a par with Jack Ham and John Skorupan," both now stars in professional ranks.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

HOT LION ^ -^~ S > S^ ^^ &o*^ ^ — ^** NOTE: The Hot Lion will be published as part of the Reader for E the entire 1974-75 academic year. Deadline for entries is I Friday, noon, week prior to publication. Entries can be I submitted in Student Affairs Office (W105) until further i notice. | | Oct. 8 GOLF - Capitol vs Schuylkill, ' Schuylkill Haven, Pa. - 2 p.m. j Oct. 8 FILM SERIES: "All The I I Sept. 30 - Oct. 24 ART EXHIBIT - Loving Couples" (A penetrating, Ament, Suchma and Truesdale incisive study of a growing cult, i Gallery-Lounge, 8 - 5, Mon. - Fri. focusing on the frolics of four couples ( Oct. l FILM SERIES: Marx Bros. involved in an evening of marital j "Duck Soup, Horsefeathers & My musical chairs.) Student Center, 8 I ! Little Chickadee" (Classic Comedies ) p.m. Admission $.75. * j Student Center, 8:15 p.m. Oct. 10 GOLF - Capitol vs York, i | Oct. 3 ARTIST RECEPTION: York, Pa. - 1:30 p.m. I ' Gallery-Lounge, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 11 FOREIGN FILM SERIES: O...

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Current Inflation Analyzed [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Current Inflation Analyzed University Park, Pa., — Slowdown and inflation are having an effect on the Pennsylvania economy, business analysts at The Pennsylvania State University report. Pinched incomes are calling out more workers, resulting in a larger labor force than usual for late summer and many of them in Pennsylvania, as across the Nation, are women who are seeking paychecks because of the pressures of inflation. The job level is easing back in nonmanufacturing industries of the State, especially in construction and wholesale trade. Some areas report sluggishness in retail trade. Aside from work stoppages in utilities, which reduce the job count in nonmanufacturing industries, this too reflects a general slowdown in business activity. In this sector, the analysts note, the job level is lower than it was last year at this time—a decidedly atypical development. Manufacturers are laying off a few more workers than they usually do in slack season. However, the job level ...

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Consumers Need to Know [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Consumers Need to Know by LEE LANDIS One thing consumers are learning fast these days is that our economy is a pretty complicated thing. You don't just slap on price controls and solve your problems immediately. In fact, the National Association of Credit Management writes in a newsletter, "The past two years of freezes and phases may have been worth the discomfort if they dispelled the belief that wage-price controls can do some good without any harm." Controls are harmful even when used at the best time economically, because they appear to be helpful. The illusion of success means that controls may be used again under less favorable conditions, NACM believes. For example, Phase I succeeded because it broke an inflationary psychology we had had for so long, and permitted basic supply-demand pressures to reassert themselves. Since the freeze was only for three months, there were few attempts at evasion, and shortages did not have time to develop. But Phase III failed because...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

D.T.K. Sponsors First Luncheon Delta Tau Kappa, International Social Science Honor Society, is sponsoring an informal brown-bag luncheondiscussion headed by Dr. Robert Bresler, Monday, October 7 at 12:00 in the Gallery Lounge. Dr. Bresler will speak and lead a discussion centering on the Ford Presidency. This session will be the first of a series of luncheon-discussions to be held every other Monday at noon in the Gallery Lounge. All faculty members and students are invited to bring their lunch and participate in the discussion.

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Planet: Uninhabitable [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Planet: Uninhabitable by Jim Bollinger As the deep-space craft Venturer IV finished its last orbit of the unexplored blue planet before touchdown, its captain, Janus Ramon, allowed his thoughts to drift. They wandered past the cold steel-gray of the bridge to a summer's day, a golden sun, and a pretty girl. Thesquawkof the intercom jolted him out of his reverie. "Biologist Samson, sir. Final atmosphere check: oxygen 24%, nitrogen 72%, no poisonous traces. Slightly high on the CO2, but generally O.K. for us. No life-support equipment should be necessary, sir." Turning to his co-pilot and first-mate, Lieutenant Jasen Alexia, Ramon said, "O.K., Jase, let's set this bird down. Standard landing procedure. Set down at Target 'C'." "Aye, sir. Isn't that just outside one of those civilization centers?" "Yeah. If that's what they are. Visual contact can never be too conclusive, y'know." His thoughts flashed back to the equipment failure which rendered the life detectors useless. "Damn ...

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Herself . To Me [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

Herself . To Me by Romeo Trajanus Her face radiates colors of every hue; Her eyes reveal electra in blue; Her smile touches deep in my heart . And strums my love like the strings of a harp. Her look transforms my self to clay. And her voice sings of the wonder that play Inside her lovely head, and speaks again still Of visions dancing in her eyes of turqoise crystal. Her hair shimmers in the dimness of the eventide. As it covers her brow, as if to hide Completely that ephemeral beauty Which speaks to me with stunning frailrty. Of a need and a desire To love me forever. • • • •

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

COLLEGE STUDENTS POETRY ANTHOLOGY The NATIONAL POETRY PRESS announces its SPRING COMPETITION The closing date for the submission of manuscripts by College Students is November 5th ANY STUDENT attending eitner junior or senior college is eligible to submit his verse. There is no limitation at 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 S210 Selby Avenue Lo« Anfleiei . Calif. 90034

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The Old Man's Lament [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

The Old Man's Lament Tell you how it was my son. I'll tell you, then it's done. How do you capture the sunlight . Or ride with eagle's flight? Describe the sifting sand . Hold the wind in your hand? It's here and then it's gone Only a tingle lingers on. We roamed wild and free Plain to mountain, river to sea, Taking only what we need . Never with lustful greed. Such was our way for many years Before the whiteman brought us tears Rapeing our women, killing our men Ensalving our spirit with his pen Gazing over this concrete lawn, I can still remember the dawn. Having nothing else left to give. The only Indians that lost, are those that live. Paul F. Shoenfelt • • • •

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The Bitch Is Bock [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974

The Bitch Is Bock CARIBOU Elton John MCA Elton John's latest LP, released late last June, is what I would regard as the natural culmination of his most recent musical bent. In his last album, Elton appeared to be relying heavily on electronic wizardry and studio effects. Although this led him to some new horizons, it also, in some instances, watered down some of his most promising work. In Caribou, electronic, almost synthetic, music takes over, with the major notable exception of the album's opening cut, "The Bitch is Back". That cut, currently a single release, has more strength to it than anything Elton has come up with since Honky Chateau (owing mainly to the presence of the Tower of Power as a backing group). This album, though not a pinnacle of greatness, is certainly not the worst to come from rock's most glamorous piano-banger. Its ingredients include some noteworthy cuts (being "Pinky" and "Dixy Lily"), a real classic Elton John number (being "Don't Let the Sun Go ...

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