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Rockin' at the Plaza [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

Rockin' at the Plaza Last Saturday saw the birth of a mini-festival at the Olmstead Plaza parking lot. Rained out the previous week, Saturday's sunshine brought out a crowd of about 2000 people with 700-800 being there at its peak. The first note was struck at 11 a.m. when Shanghai took the stage and started the first set, playing until early afternoon. Picking up where Shanghai left off, the Legends came on and had the crowd hand-clapping and foot-stomping to their hard rock beat. It was at this time that the crowd was at its peak and everyone was in the festive mood. Both Shanghai and the Legends are products of Harrisburg and are among the better bands in the area. Incidently, the Legends are breaking up and will play their last set at The Lodge in Dillsburg on Halloween. Saturday's happening was sponsored by the Olmstead Plaza merchants and WKBO radio with WKBO's Alexander serving as M.C. Both should be commended for providing some good entertainment to the people for fr...

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 1973

^ CLIP THIS COUPO^^* CAPIT0LIST £ .$ \ <k / \> /p '"» \ / 25$ OFF THE REGULAR PRICE OF ONE PIZZA (small or large) We have Pizza by the slice, too. NAPLES PIZZA 23 & Union St. Eat Here or Take Out Open 11-12 Mon.- Thurs, 11-1 Fri. £ Sat. 4-12 Sun.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Take a leave of absence [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

Take a leave of absence At a time when students seem to have a growing desire to stop and then restart their college studies, The Pennsylvania State University has adopted a leave of absence policy to make possible such interruptions. The plan, developed by the University's Division of Admissions, Records and Scheduling, will go into effect in the Winter Term, 1974, which begins December 6, It is designed to allow students greater flexibility in their programs of study and, at the same time, provide faculty and administrators the means by which to plan for a student's return to the University. At present, the leave of absence option is available only to associate and baccalaureate degree students and carries a four-term or one-year limit. However, under special circumstances, it is possible to extend the leave period to a maximum of eight terms or two years. The option is available at the University's 17 Commonwealth Campuses and the Behrend College of the University in Erie...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
'NEW' COURSE EVALUATIONS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

'NEW' COURSE EVALUATIONS University Park, Pa., Sept. — The University Council on Thursday accepted from its subcommittee on student evaluation a general format for a University-wide surveying instrument from student evaluation of courses. As now developed, the surveying instrument will be a three-part questionnaire. The first part wiU contain questions to be asked of every student throughout the University. The second part will be prepared by Colleges and Departments to meet their specific needs, while the third part will be prepared by individual instructors to assist them in course improvement. Although the Council has recommending powers only, members hope the questionnaire will be widely adopted throughout the University. In the preparation of the new surveying instrument, the University Division of Instructional Services drew on more than 90 separate questionnaires in use within the University. UDIS is assisting the Council sub-committee in preparing the questionnaire. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

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Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Reader Classifieds [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

Reader Classifieds As a new feature to our paper we are accepting classified ads. The ads are free but limited to forty words per ad. They will run for as long as you like, a week, two weeks, or all term. All Ads must include your name, address, telephone number and the number of weeks you wish the ad to run. All ads must be printed and submitted to the Reader Office in W104. Jobs Wan fed (2A) Experienced female model desiring work. Drawing, painting, scuplture 01 photography. Call Cyndy at 564-6361 in Harrisburg. * * * * (1UA) Kegional running grac student desires full-time employment. Prefer wort regional or urban planninf experiences in data processing including computer operation! and keypunch. Also unit recorc machines both Univac am I.B.M. Contact Elsie Mary Hollis 215 Woodbine, Hbg. 236-6415 * * * * Jobs Available (IB) Part-time cook. Two students looking for reliable person to cook one evening meal five evenings a week and clean apartment one day a week. Negotiable. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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RECREATION ATHLETIC NEWS C.C. BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

RECREATION ATHLETIC NEWS C.C. BOWLING We are again organizing leagues for Capitol Campus students, faculty and staff. Each team will have five persons and may be all men, all women or mixed. Once again, Wednesday nights at 9:15 is reserved for the Capitol Campus League and the Special Price is three gunesfor $1.40, with free shoes. Middletown Lanes will provide trophies for Team Champions, High Average, High Series and High Game. The Most Improved Bowler will also receive recognition. Special Reduced Rates are also available to Capitol Campus students during open bowling times, bowl three games pay tor two (except Sunday 1 p.m. to closing). A 10 per cent discount will also be granted to students on the purchase of any ball, bag or shoes. Additional leagues are also p lanned: a mixed League for Thursday nights at 9:30 p.m. Free Bowling Instruction is also available to interested students (4 sessions, 2 hours per session). Forms may be picked up al the Roundtable. For further ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

Services On Campus Day Care Service. Interested students please phone Kelly Simmons after 11:00 at 938-1289. * * * * (10 D) Chess instruction provided free by members of the Capitol Campus Chess Club Wednesdays, 12 noon, Gallery Lounge. * * * * For Sale Sansui AU555, 50 watt amp drives four speakers; two tape decks; two turntables and one aux. Must sell now! Retail price is $250. Asking $160. By the way it's in excellent condition. Call Bruce at 774-0764. 1967 V.W. Karman Ghia Coupe. Green. Radio and Heater. 61,000 miles. Overall good condition. Gets 27 m.p.g. Good basic reliable transportation. $700 ox most reasonable offer. Call Paul at 944-5845. * * * * Hammock with stand used only a few times. Like New. Will sacrifice at $6. Call Paul at 944-5845. * * * * Bike and Camera for sale. Three-speed, 26 inch men's Sunbeam (Made in England), lightweight frame. $59.95. Also Yashica Electro-35, 35mm camera, $89.95. Both in excellent condition. Contact Ed Beck, Counseling Center W117 o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

Wanted Do you have items of an antique nature? Will consider purchasing any item in spite of its apparent uselessness. Also looking for automobile around the year 1930, preferably a Model 'A' Ford. Call Paul at 944-5845. * * * * Wanted: One or two female roomates to share "luxury" apartment at Campus Manor. Included is a dishwasher, garbage disposal, wall to wall carpeting, patio front, large furnished rooms (bedroom suite needed only) and a phone. Please contact Terry or Carol. 944-6748. * * * * Persona/ Juniors! Why wait until next year to run the school? Come and help us at the C.C Reader and who knows what may happen next year. * * * * Lisa Yaffe: Old friend desperately seeking you out. Please contact Frank in the Reader Office. To Bill of 925B Flickenger. Meet me tonight at 10 p.m. at the Meade Heights Bus Stop. I think I can solve your problem Signed, Silky the Pimp. * * * * We should all be our left and right hands. * * * * Karen, Hey....I love you, Dave. * * * * Mother G...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

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C.C. Bowling Results [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

C.C. Bowling Results TEAM WON LOST TIE PERCENTAGE 1. No Names 4 o 0 1.000 2. Beta Chi 4 o 0 1000 3. Keglers 4 o 0 1.000 4. "It!" 3 l 0 0-750 5. Kozak 3 l 0 0.750 6. Alleycats 1 3 0 0.250 7. Dinkledorfs 13 0 0.250 18. XGI's 0 4 0 0.000 9. Spoilers 0 4 0 0.000 10. Loose Ends 0 4 0 0.000 1. No Names 4 Spoilers 0 2. Beta Chi 4 Loose Ends 0* 3. Keglers 4 XGI's 0* 4. "It!" 3 Dinkledorfs 1 5. Kozak 3 Alleycats 1 * Forfeit 500 CLUB ^ Larry Lutter (No Names) 550 Mike Zayakosky (No Names) 500 200 CLUB Larry Lutter (No Names) 213 There are still 2 openings for 2-5 men, women teams for the Wednesday night league! Please sign up as soon as possible before next Wednesday October 10, 1973. Loose Ends needs 2 bowlers and the Keglers also need 2. Notify the Athletic Building or John Yee, Bowling Secretary 944-3173, 927B Flickinger St. Thank You! WOMEN'S INDIVIDUALS H.A. Phyllis Mashman (Dinkledorfs) 132 H.A. Dee Aribovsky (Alleycats) 132 H.S. Barb Keeler (Dinkledorfs) 371 H.G. Marge Kenny (A...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973

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Publicity Coordinators Named [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973

Publicity Coordinators Named Bill Fleisher and Wanda Burholder have been selected as the Publicity Coordinators for the Presidents Council. As a result they are also Chairmen of the Public Relations Committee of the SGA. Bill and Wanda's new duties will be to serve as a clearing house for publizing the events of all the student organizations on campus as well as events sponsored by the student association off campus. Along with this they aid in coordinating these events into a non-conflicting schedule. The new Publicity Coordinators will be getting in touch with all the club Presidents this week. If anyone needs to get in touch with them call: Bill Fleisher - 944-3078; or Wanda Burkholder - 944-3012; or stop by in W-104. * * * *

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Things to do [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973

Things to do By John Bradford Langdon To many Capitol students, our institution is merely an educational device devoid of social interactions, other than the inadequate substitute of Vendorville. The processes of education, vending machines and the stark, efficient hallways exists, but there is more to become familiar with, other than the usual aspects of an educational plant. This column is intended to inform students, particularly, campus residents, that a variety of leisurely pursuits are available at Capitol Campus. - J.B.L. Bicyclists can take a nice variety of rides in the Middletown area, some of which require very little time and even less effort. This discovery was made last spring when several friends (Tom Maioli, Ralph Labolito and Dave Wolfe) and I, took the cycling path to briefly escape the pressures of booking. One of our most enjoyable rides took us along the Swatara Creek. We left campus from the dorms, and followed Route 230 through Middletown and swing lef...

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1973-74 Projected Budget [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973

1973-74 Projected Budget Present Balance Budgeted* Recalled2 B.S.U. $ -0- $1,000.00 Beta Chi 52.07 200.00 Capitolist 96.72 4,000.00 Capitolite 4,793.76 2,500.003 Chess Club 61.87 -0- $61.87 Chi Delta Sigma 217.83 -0-Chi Gamma Iota 59.00 291.00 Delta Tau Kappa 59.00 441.00 Dramatic Arts 61.37 -0- 61.37 Environmental Comm. -0- -0-Head Shop 40.57 -0-M.H.B.O.G. 44.54 55.46 Mrs. Club 52.50 -0- 52.50 P.S.E.A. 46.41 253.49 P.S.P.E. -0- 100.00 Photo Club 118.73 181.27 4 Resident Student Assoc. 24.28 175.82 Ski Club 63.16 127.84 S.G.A. -0- 400.00 S.G.A. Operations (499.05) 2,000.00 Social Comm. 1,134.60 5,000.00 WZAP -0- 1,400.00 Young Democrats 21.75 -0- Human Awarness $ -0- $ 35.00 Do Nothing Club 25.00 -0-Rec/Ath. 82.17 -0-Encumbrance Fund 1,678.53 -0-BoostersClub 5.82 -0- 5.82 I.E.E.E. -0- 100.00 Texas Bar-B-Que 6.17 -0-I.T.E. 50.00 250.00 Tarnhelm 137.05 -0-University Apts. 57.65 -0-Young Republicans .50 -0- .50 Cheerleaders -0- -0-Hillel -0- -0-Judo Club -0- -0-Human Services -...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Organizational Fair [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973

Organizational Fair An Organizational Fair is slated for Monday, October 22, 1973, at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Center. The Fair will provide an opportunity for all Capitol Campus student organizations to announce their existence and purpose to new students. They will entice the students by means of various eye-catching displays, advertisements, promotions, and introductory offers. Organization leaders will be recruiting new students to join their respective organizations. The students will be able to express their interests by participating in the clubs. The diverse purposes of the organizations encompass campus Communications which link the clubs and committees and the social and service organizations. Other students may wish to be a member of national institutes and societies. One may participate in the student government associations. Students not yet involved with a campus organization, may they be juniors or seniors, should by this time have a feeling of where their int...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973

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HAYES - CARPENTER EXHIRIT [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973

HAYES - CARPENTER EXHIRIT The Hayes-Carpenter Exhibit will be on display in the Gallery/Lounge beginning on Monday, November, 15, 1973 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Ms. Eleanor Hayes and Barbara Carpenter have produced a group of acrylic paintings which are ecological in that they focus on our surroundings. Both artists are teachers in the New York Public Schools and have given numerous showings in both New York State and Canada. Stop in, take a look and leave us your suggestions on the sheets provided for this purpose. * * * *

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