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...And So's Harry [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
...And So's Harry PUSSYCATS Nilsson RCA Harry Nilsson, abandoning his Schmilsson facade, has joined forces with ex-Beatle-leader John Lennon to create Pussycats, one of the better LP's to come along in recent months. Assuming the role of what some call the "Fifth Beatle"(and others call Mc-Cartney's replacement), Harry has forsaken Richard Perry's services as his producer for Lennon's. The result is a "new phase" Nilsson album which may require more than one listening to fully appreciate and enjoy. On first hearing, it takes time to adjust to Lennonesque production applied to Nilsson's full and many-faceted voice. This results in a more restricted range for Harry's voice, which may prove unsettling at first, but which brings out a certain true richness in Nilsson's vocals, that may take a while to appreciate. Lennon proves to be a very talented producer and arranger, turning such oldies as "Many Rivers to Cross" and "Rock Around the Clock" into sounds as fresh as our nostalgia...
...And Bob Too [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
...And Bob Too BEFORE THE FLOOD Bob Dylan and The Band Electra-Asylum A clever two record set of Bob and the boys recorded live during Dylan's tour of America last winter. Some of the songs, such as "You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine", hit listeners with the fury of a hurricane while others, notably "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" and "Blowing in the Wind", make listeners wonder just what the artist has in mind. Never noted for his fine voice, Dylan snarls his way through the old hits and proves he can still do it - when and if he feels like it. The Band, as usual, is excellent although some of the voices are a bit strained as this album was recorded late in the tour. —Doug Gibboney
Crossword Puzzle [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
Crossword Puzzle ^ j^BjmmmTTnmW ACROSS 1. Tree fluid 4. Saw 9. Craft 12. Before 13. Male voice 14. Old card game 15. Stopped 17. Japan 19. Savor 20. Endures 21. Fairy 23. Total 24. Serene 27. Cereal grass 29. Fable 33. Poem 34. Bird 35. Metallic rock 36. Roman robe 38. Meadow 39. Destroy 40. Abyssinian prince 42. Her 44. Small spray 47. Number 51. Dodges Aiumf to Poad* 53. Transgressor 54. Thing: law 55. Fresher 57. Exist 58. Heavy stick 59. Woody plants 60. Trinket DOWN 1. Religious group 2. Space 3. Vegetables 4. Metal 5. Foot: suffix 6. Within 7. Epoch 8. Boring tool 9. Mountains 10. Plant part 11. Weights 16. Flower part 18. Tropical tree 22. Simpletons 23. Map book 24. Small bed 25. Fuss 26. Limb 28. Fear 30. Thee 31. Three: prefix 32. Female fowl 37. Dry 39. Restraint 41. Representative 43. Inheritors 44. Slav 45. Entreaty 46. Corrosion 48. Small fly 49. Courageous person 50. Three: cards 52. Indian weight 53. Perceive 56. Us
A Plea for Mass - Transit [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
A Plea for Mass - Transit By Jim Bollinger Last spring, after years in the red, the Harrisburg Railways Company decided to fold its problem-plagued bus service, apparently curtailing the only mass-transit system available in the Harrisburg Area. Realizing the enormity of the situation, Mayor. Swenson seized this development as an opportunity to further a personal dream of his to create a municipally-owned mass-transit system to serve the Metro-Harrisburg Area. After a relatively short period of deliberations with Dauphin and Cumberland County representatives, the Capitol Area Transit System was born. CATS was formed to supplant the obsolete privately-owned bus system with a publicly-owned system designed to fit the needs of the Dauphin-Cumberland metropolitan area, and to ease the traffic congestion choking the city and suburbs every work-day. Since its inception, the Authority's programs have all been aimed at only bus transportation. They have promoted and even attempted t...
Aviation Club To Meet Oct. 8 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
Aviation Club To Meet Oct. 8 The Capitol Campus Aviation Club was formed to acquaint students with modern personal flying. Last year's activities included flights to the Piper Aircraft factory at Lock Haven, and Ocean City, Jersey as well as visits to local airports for introductory flight lessons. An all-campus aviation day was held in the spring. Airplane rides were featured, along with tours of the airport control tower, a National Guard helicopter, and a DC-8 airliner. Basic ground school was also offered to club members at no charge except for study materials. The club advisor, Mr. Pugh, who is a licensed pilot, obtained his ground instructor ratings and established a federally approved ground school here at Capitol. A minimum of 50 hours of ground instruction is required prior to taking the four-hour private pilot written exam. The usual ground school cost is $100 - $200 so our free instruction is a real bargain. The Aviation Club will have a booth at the Organization ...
Get a Job [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
Get a Job Is there something at school here that just doesn't set right with you? Tell one of us. Mike McAlister Russ Hogg Jay Wren Joy Raytik Dave Nichols Bruce Karchner Brian English Lisa Yaffe Dave Shrader Skip Laratonda Andy Pivarnik Linda Bilger Max Pifer Mark Fey Nancy Wilt. T* ^ T* ^P University Park, Pa. - The liberal arts student would do well to gain some practical experience in his future career field before his graduation from college. The advice comes from 1970 graduates of the College of the Liberal Arts at The Pennsylvania State University, polled in a survey conducted by the Liberal Arts Student Council. John A. Casciotti, of • Altoona, a senior in political science, said that the survey brought response from almost one-third of the class of 1970 graduates. Internships, practicums, independent study projects, summer jobs, student activities, and volunteer work were all named as valuable supplements to classroom education and also impressive to prospective e...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
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PSU Lacrosse Team In Tournament [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
PSU Lacrosse Team In Tournament UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., - - Penn State has accepted an invitation to play in the fourth annual Hero's Invitational Lacrosse Tournament March 20-23, 1975, in Durham, N.C. "This is one of the biggest things that has happened for lacrosse at Penn State," Lion coach Dick Pencek says. "Besides the national lacrosse tournaments, Hero's in the most prestigious." Duke and North Carolina, hosts for the preseason tournament, join Penn State, Air Force and Ohio State in the eight-team tournament. Maryland, Virginia and Brown are expected to complete the field. A 12-man panel, including lacrosse coaches and referees, selects the eight teams. Pencek said the fact the Lions posted their first winning season in five years in 1974 (6-5) and played many freshmen and sophomores were reasons for selection to the tournament. Four of Penn State's top six scorers this spring were freshmen and the top nine scorers return next year. Jay Levine and Buddy Tesner, startin...
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l\cw Tacutty orientation fttctvtfa tv Penn State's Joe Paterno is the nation's "winningest" football coach for the fourth consecutive year. Paterno's eight-year record of 75-31-1 gives him a winning percentage of .848. Runnerup Frank Kush of Arizona State is .793 for 11 years, according to the National Collegiate Sports Services statistics. Penn State's football team is shooting for its 36th consecutive non-losing season in 1974. The Lions last lost more than they won in 1938. Since then. Penn State has recorded. 33 winning seasons and .500 records in 1965 and 1966.
soccer season Coach's Roundup [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 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...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
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Mental Ills Cause Most Childhood Disabilities [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
Mental Ills Cause Most Childhood Disabilities Retardation and other mental disorders are the most common affliction among some 260,000 people 18 and over who are getting social security "childhood disability" benefits, according to social security officials here. Childhood disability payments go to people who have been disabled from childhood (before age 18) if one of the parents eligible for social security benefits retires, becomes disabled, or dies. A study by social security showed that 65 percent of the 260,000 people getting these benefits are disabled because of mental disorders, a spokesman said. In 1957, mental disorders accounted for 47 percent of the total. Most of the rest of the childhood disability ' group suffer physical diseases of the nervous system and sense organs, the study shows. Childhood disability is defined as "severe impairment that occurs before 18, prevents substantial gainful employment, has lasted for 12 consecutive months, or is expected to las...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
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TTDDO Eajptofl @®fflffl@@GB®Oii [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
TTDDO Eajptofl @®fflffl@@GB®Oii by 7 party-weary people on a Sunday morn in the boondocks You could really get off being in our shoes, You used to be sold on rhythm and blues, Well I heard of a place at the back of town Where you really kick the shit when the sun goes down; So"With a little help from your friends" - Capitol is gettin' down again - Every hour on the hour - dances, films, speakers, sports (inter & intra) - And for those who slosh pub fashion - Keggars So-Check your campus calendar - Find your high and let 'er rip. Wubs, pubs, and nubs are gettin' it on. (There's even a rumour that Benny and the Jets hang their shingle at the Student Center)
RECIPE [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 30 September 1974
RECIPE By Sarah Anne Sheridan Nellie's Lemon Roll Juice and rind of 2 lemons. l!£ c sugar VM c water 1 t salt 5 T flour 3 eggs 1 rounded T butter Mix sugar, flour, and salt. Add water, lemon juice and rind. Cook for 15 minutes in a double boiler, until thick. Add well beaten eggs and cook a few minutes longer, then add butter. Cake 3 eggs 1 c sugar 1 c flour Vk t baking powder 2 T cold water Beat egg whites, add half the sugar. Then beat egg yolks and add rest of the sugar. Add cold water, then add the egg whites. Fold in flour which has been sifted with the baking powder. Bake in large jelly roll pan in an oven 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until cake springs back when touched. Turn out on towel sprinkled with granulated sugar. Trim edges. Spread with lemon filling and roll.
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New Building Wins Trustees' Approval [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974
New Building Wins Trustees' Approval Architect's sketch of new multi-purpose building. Expansion and development are the key words for the beginning of the 1974-75 academic year here at Penn State - Capitol Campus. Provost McDermott informed the faculty at their first general meeting that a new multi-purpose building has been given final approval by the Board of Trustees of the University. The new building will house facilities for academic, recreational and cultural activities. The building will be constructed at a cost of $2,480,500 under the direction of the General State Authority. The multi-purpose building will be situated directly south of the main building. The building will include space for classrooms, conference rooms and staff offices. Also planned is an auditorium for cultural and special events. Indoor athletics will be housed in the new building with courts for racket sports and locker facilities. Food service facilities have been included in the plans f...