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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

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Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

! \J ' ( " S £ M M M M ^ 0_ ^ ^^ ^ _ HOT LION /f ^^> *f -^ • J NOTE: The Hot Lion will be published as part of the Reader for J J the entire 1974-75 academic year. Deadline for entries is - 2 Friday, noon, week prior to publication. Entries can be — 2 submitted in Student Affairs Office (W105) until further 9 f notice. % • Oct. 11 - Foreign Film Series: "Savages" (A 0ct- 15 ' Sof *r: .t C?»itol vs " Northeast • • band of Savages known as "The Mud n Christian at Capitol. 7:30 p.m. # Z People" are lured out of an untamed °ct- l \ " . Fllr \ Se"es : V fnom (A # J jungle by a mysteriously portentous penetrating study of contemporary J • croquet ball. They wander injo w elegant, morals " V™*? debauchery and adult • • deserted mansion and begin to take on all hypocrisy -that has been acclaimed for its # 2 the appearances of modern civilization. honesty and insight.) Student Center - 8 f Z They then slowly regress again.) Aud. Pm - Admission $.75. _ • 630 pm Free 0ct - 17 " Forum ...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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ARMAGEDDON [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

ARMAGEDDON Black, shadowy figures by Romeo Traianus against a rainbow hue Glistening in the sun, diamonds amid the dew. Whence they come, where they go - they want you. White, blazing fingers blind all here Wiping out darkness erasing all fear Where you go, so do I - Faith is always near. Vacuum, void lingers and is all around. Black has found white, quiet greets sound But none remain: life's met Death - Now Heaven's Ground.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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New Gallery Lounge Exhibited [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

New Gallery Lounge Exhibited ;ind has exhibited in the Gallery Doshi, The Tangerine Gallery and the Harrisburg Women's Center. Ms. Ament's speciality is modern realistic painting as well as photography and the best of hor work will be at Penn State-(' apitol Campus. Gene Suchma, a graduate of ihe University of Dayton in Art Education, is a modern painter and cartoonist. He has exhibited at the Oten Gallery, the Wayne Art Theatre, and the University of Dayton. He has received much recognition for his work and deservedly so. Toni Truesdale is a free lance illustrator and a special art instructor in the Harrisburg school system. She has exhibited in the Tangerine MIDDLETOWN. PA. The newly remodeled Gallery l-ounge at Penn State-Capitol Campus in Middletown has Ix'en inaugurated by a three person art show. Three outstanding Harrisburg artists eurrenlly have their works of art on display until Friday, October 25lh. Sheron Anient, Toni Truesdale, and Gene Suchma arc the talented a...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

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The Desolation Of Hope [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

The Desolation Of Hope despite the dimness of the day and emotion of her manner neither rainbows in the fog or a red and white silk banner could save her from the fate and resignation of the sacred when they face their final act destroyed by the pact and given nearly everything they need. sandpaper or chrone i am not alone and the lateness of the hour destroys my only home in an amazing harmony could even be a rapsody was it really meant for me there is nothing to admit about the party papers which have fallen to the floor like big vanilla wafers obscuring all the rug save a patch of blue and gold which makes me feel quite old is there life after death? fie, foe and fum drink some coke and gin the hour is so late it is time to begin a uniform of blue but is it worth the cost are the sea scrolls really lost aaaahhh, how can this be so? billboards on the road your mother is a toad? but what about the load? How much am I owed? you live by a code written on a sinus node about to...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

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Remember Lennon ? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

Remember Lennon ? Wall and Bridges John Lennon Apple It's always easy to tell when autumn rolls around: the foliage changes pigments, all the kiddies return to school, and John Lennon releases another album. This latest is the ex-Beatleleader's fourth solo effort (5th, if you count Sometime in N. Y. City) since the Breakup, and 400th if you count all his pre-Breakup sets. In 1970, he gained instant immortality (as if he needed any more) with Plastic Ono Band, the unique musical baring of his soul. In 1971, he came out with Imagine, one of the biggest of ex-Beatle LP's. The last year, it was Mind Games, a pretty, but rather shallow effort that didn't go very far and was dwarfed by the successes of other ex-Beatle efforts - Band On the Run (Mc-Cartney ) and Ringo (Ringo). On the average, Lennon's albums have been slightly better than the other three ex-Beatles, but the conclusive success with any one album that Paul managed to gain with BOTR always seemed to elude John's gras...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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...How About Eric? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

...How About Eric? 461 Ocean Boulevard Eric Clapton RSO This past summer, Eric Clapton burst back onto the rock scene with both a national tour (which I was fortunate enough to make) and a new album, 461 Ocean Boulevard. Being a novice Clapton fan, I have been sitting back and watching many critics deride him for producing a 'mediocre' album, playing with a 'mediocre' band, and even displaying only 'mediocre' talent. I think it's time to put things in a more reasonable perspective. 461 is neither mediocre nor great; it's good. Clapton displays his guitar-playing sparingly - he has nothing left to prove. If anyone doubts his virtuosity, just let them listen to "Layla" or "Little Wing". Being withoug five-minute guitar solos gives Clapton a chance to display a voice that has mellowed pleasantly and can still turn a great tune (especially on "Willie and the Hand Jive"). It also gives him a chance to show other, more intangible talents, like producing the great sound on "Let It Gr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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How Do You Replace An Entire Student Body? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

How Do You Replace An Entire Student Body? Reprinted from North Carolina A & T State University's A & T Register of Aug. 30, 1974. Last week three seemingly insignificant incidents took place on campus but , if they are any indication of things to come, we may he in trouble. Our troubles won't necessarily come from what someone has done to us as students; but rather from what we have failed to do as students. The first thing that happened was that the SGA called a student body meeting. And in spite of the fact that classes were in their first day and that the dominant question from last semester was "Why wasn't the SGA scheduling meetings?", only about 60 people turned out for the meeting. Now , after two years of creating excuses as to why students don't attend student body meetings, cultural events, or political activities on campus, I've finally "unexcused" my excuses and decided that we, in spite of ourcontinuous complaints, are satisfied with what we've ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Dickinson Lists Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

Dickinson Lists Exhibition Carlisle, Pa. -- Noted printmaker Mauricio Lasansky's "Nazi Drawings," a series of 30 works created during a five year period from 1961 to 1966, will be on display at Dickinson College Oct. 1 through Nov. 8. Providing a sensitive commentary on Nazi savagery of the 1930s and 40s, the drawings have been shown in major museums across the country and in Mexico at the invitation of the government. Dickinson earlier exhibited Lasansky works two years ago at the beginning of the college's bicentennial celebration. The Nazi Drawings also include a triptych added by the artist after the exhibit's initial presentation at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum in New York. Most of the drawings are lifesize and give the impression of under-ground, subway graffiti. Lasansky is on the faculty of the University of Iowa School of Art and History and his Nazi Drawings are on extended loan from the Richard Levitt Foundation of Des Moines. Exhibition o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

PART-TIME JOBS AVAILABLE UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 1821 S. 19th St Harrisburg, Pa. Phone 939-9381 Hours 10:30 P.M. - 2:30 A.M. Monday Thru Friday Starting Pay $ 3.65 Per Hour Applications Accepted Anytime III I 1 I I I I I I . I I I I \ I II I I I II

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University-Wide COP [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

University-Wide COP By Patricia Gross UNIVERSITY PARK (APS) - The Council of Presidents (COP) is defunct, but the Council of Branch Campus Student Governments is alive and well. COP reorganized last spring term at the recommendations of a task force implemented to study the existing organization. The task force sighted lack of leadership pattern, limited intra-council communications, no plans for continuity and low attendance at meetings as the major reasons for the changes included in their report, which was presented to the Council in April. The task force devised an organization comprised of the following: Student Government president from each campus, a Council Chairperson and a Council Coordinator. The new organization, the Council of Branch Campus Student Governments, would act as the official representative voice of students attending commonwealth campuses. Mike Cassidy from Altoona Campus is this year's Council Chairperson. He will preside at all Council meetings, es...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Rec/Ath Programs Announced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

Rec/Ath Programs Announced The following programs are being offered in Recreation - Athletics for the Fall Term. Anyone interested, stop by the Rec-Ath Building, or call 787-7751. SLIMNASTICS: The YWCA began Slimnastics classes Tuesday, October 8th, at 7:30 p.m. in the Recreation - Athletics Building. This program is available to all campus students, faculty and staff. There is no charge for this program. DIET CLASS: This is a new program, being offered for the first time on campus. It will consist of a 10 weeks course for $18.00. The main purpose of this class will be to teach muscle toning exercises and liberal realistic balanced diets. All Campus personnel are invited to join-MALE & FEMALE!!!! For further information call 787-7751 or 232-4614. LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING LESS OF YOU!!! CHEERLEADERS: We are again in need of a good squad of cheerleaders. Anyone interested, please stop by the Recreation - Athletics Building or call Iris Prager, 787-7729. The following Cl...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Good Eating? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

Good Eating? iyVattM<ai\ytea4wL Je&wfo Bv Ronnie Wer Since the purpose of this paper is to inform and hopefully entertain I have decided to write this column. The purpose of this column will be to help you to live longer and more economically in these days of inflation. Each series of articles will contain information on natural ways of living and-or economical but delicious natural food recipes. To start things properly I shall at this time give you The Ten Commandment of Good Health and Long Life: 1. Thou shall prefer protein foods that are the staff of life, the rebuilders of cells and tissue and regenerators of the organic processes. 2. Thou shall avoid starches and fats for they shorten life and rob thee of vigor and vitality. 3. Thou shall curtail the demons of intemperate drink and smoke. 4. Thou shall be active in the sport of thy choice, resolving to devote time to physical activity every day of the week, including the Sabbath day. 5. Thou shall exerc...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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0U to a M,n #B #erm Ote?J Q [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

0U to a M,n #B #erm Ote?J Q by Romeo Trajanus Spiral shaped, sometimes round, You measure your victims pound-by-pound. And as the population continues a-growin', The harvest you reap, you are always a-sowin'. A pieceful creature, who just loves lovln', Your best friends (when you need them), are always there comin'; But though in ounces we may you measure, We can't countthe pain you bring after pleasure. And though you're hated by with whomever you spend time Your situation calls fo mind this little rime: Your biggest enemy isn't Matt Dillon, 'Cause you can only be shot by Penecillin (If VD is for everyone... why not spread it around?)

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1974

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