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PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL MEETS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL MEETS On Monday evening, October 7, the President's Council met for the first time this year. It was a good turnout with information concerning school organization finances being given by SGA Treasurer Jay Wren. Organizations represented include the Social Committee, Student Government Association, X-GIs, Chess Club, ITE, Yearbook, Beta Chi, C.C. Reader, Ski Club, WZAP and IEEE. Don't let your club be left out! Check the mailboxes in W-110 for messages and meeting times.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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AVIATION DAY '74 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

AVIATION DAY '74 hit a number of air-pockets which produced a sensation similar to a rapid descent in an elevator. As we banked toward the airport, this finally got to our third companion, who decided to forgo his turn at the controls, and just get back on solid ground as soon as possible. We landed without further incident, and I picked up my own personal little pilot's log which had recorded in it my first .3 hours of flight ever. I then discovered that the $3 rides were now an hour behind. After grabbing a quick snack at McDonalds, I went on a "tour" of the control tower. This "tour" consisted of climbing about a thousand steps and two ladders, and then standing in, the tower and staring out at nothing but landing - field, river, and sky, as well as casting quizzical glances at the tower equipment. The tower controllers were what one might describe as courteous but cool. They never introduced themselves, nor informed us of anything willingly. However, they answered any ques...

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Pe 3t €ber &o fumble, ®bere'a J&o fHace TLikt ftome: a Jfafcle [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Pe 3t €ber &o fumble, ®bere'a J&o fHace TLikt ftome: a Jfafcle by P.R.J. Smith Montus Paximus had been born on a peninsula of northern Africa in a section now known as Ethiopia. When the armies of Rome invaded and sacked that area, Montus was a mere boy of twelve, but he fought valiantly to defend his village. Because of his valore, and skill in battle, when the Roman legions captured him after being knocked unconscious by a falling section of clay roof, they chose not to kill him, but rather to send him back to Rome as a slave to be trained in the gladitorial arts and to perform in the arena for Claudius, who was Emporor at that time. Montus learned quickly and in no time at 11 was the most popular gladiator in all Rome. In only five years he had bought himself back from Rome and became a Citizen due to popular appeal. But he did not leave the arena. Instead, he kept hacking away with his battle axe until he was very rich and one of Rome's foremost celebrities...

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DTK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

DTK Delta Tau Kappa, International Social Science Honor Society is sponsoring its second of a series of brown bag luncheon- discussions to be held Monday, October 21, at 12:00 in the Gallery Lounge. The speaker this week will be Mr. Philip Taylor. Mr. Taylor will speak on day dreaming, the topic of the research project in which he is currently involved. All students and faculty are encouraged to bring their lunch and join in the discussion.

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The XGI's First Keggar [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

The XGI's First Keggar by Fred Prouser Take a cold, dark Saturday night; a band, plenty of beer and a horde of party-starved Capitol Campus students and what you have is the first XGI keggar of the school year. A keggar is part of the college experience. It is an excuse to get drunk, high or both, depending on your inclination. The sign at the door listed admission prices. Couples got in cheaper, but the majority of the crowd, both male and female, went stag. There was music provided by "Mad Hatter", a rather motley looking group with a lead singer emulating Elton John. They were very tolerant towards the end of the evening when two inebriated souls joined them on the platform for part of a set. Other bits of assorted madness occurred throughout the evening such as dancing on tables, the breaking of a window and the standard booze raffle. The lucky winners in this raffle, upon receiving their bottle of cold duck or whiskey, are urged to chug their newly won prize by the as...

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Halloween Genesis [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

Halloween Genesis by Jim Bollinger s Thursday, October 31 is Halloween. Halloween is widely known for its witches, ghosts and other assorted spookies which occupy the minds of men (and women) at this time of year. This being the case, we on the Reader staff endeavored to bring to you, our readers, an authoritative word on the meaning of Halloween. With that in mind, we arranged an interview with a leading authority of the Occult Arts & Sciences, Dr. Victor B. Acula, professor of Sociology at the University of Transylvania, Romania, who was visiting this country on a sabbatical. Prof. Acula began our interview by telling of the origins of Halloween. Surprisingly, this custom had its beginnings not in the dark wooded mountains of Eastern Europe, but instead, originated in the British isles. It started out as a Celtic festival commemmorating the end of summer. Its first connection with things- that- go- bump- in the- night was merely with divination rights and the belie...

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SGA Financial Woes [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

SGA Financial Woes by Doug Gibboney Capitol Campus student organizations face curtailed programs if a Student Government Association request for an additional $3,000 of University funds is not granted. The SGA hoped to receive the additional funds in February to ease the strain of unusually tight budgets among some of the student groups. That request may not be granted due to increased campus energy costs, according to SGA President Mike McAllister. The campus is being forced to switch from gas heat to more expensive oil heat. Despite conservation measures, the change may cost three times the old rate with the increase being paid for by funds that could have gone to the student organizations. Director of Student Affairs James South said that "while these organizations have high priority...if it comis down to keeping warm or funding these groups, we'll keep warm." A controversial University regulation banning food sales and raffles could add to the organizations' money proble...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS! Do you have an interest in your school? If your answer is yes, then this is for you. By offering 2 or 3 hours of your time each week, you could be a justice of student court. We drastically need JUNIORS and SENIORS who reside in the dorms or Meade Heights. If interested, please submit your name to the SGA President, Vice-President, or the Student Affairs Office (W-103).

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

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Nixon Never Caught Up [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

Nixon Never Caught Up By Richard Marold When a man tumbles for a year, his sense of balance is sorely upset. But equally important, those who are his followers are literally upset. The tumble of Richard Nixon has left a politically tired people modestly hoping for the spring of a new beginning. Although Nixon's fall has its historical, political and moral causes, there is also a more subtle level we can easily miss. Let me call it an "artistic" cause. Part of the investment which Americans have made in their president is that we expect him to be more than a politically or legislatively "good" president. An unwritten expectation placed on an American president is that he speak to the dreams and hopes of his people. As the human body needs a mouth, so the political body needs a mouth to articulate what the whole body feels. If that articulation does not occur, there is frustration. We have no right to this expectation of a president, nor is it the law, nor would it necessarily b...

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Are They Right? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

Are They Right? Sol JVofe <ym)m *JAe (baifiw You know, it's funny about educational systems, particularly large universities. There I was, sitting in Marketing Research, learning all there is to know about how the customer is right, and how businesses spend millions of dollars each year seeking out the customer to find out what he wants. The idea is to give the customer what he wants. Then I open my Master Schedule and I see a list of classes which are given to us, with no regard to what we want, and with no active research dedicated to finding out what we want. As customers, we are paying over $1000 a year (including fees, parking, books, and sometimes housing) to a company which couldn't care less about our wants, and which dictates our needs. I can't argue about the University dictating our academic needs, since, after all, they are much more learned persons than I, and they should know what we will need to know. Registration has been upgraded and is much better, b...

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The Decisive Moment: Photography As A Means Of Self-expression [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

The Decisive Moment: Photography As A Means Of Self-expression By Fred Prouser Today we are visually assaulted by countless images either on television, the movies, in advertising or in the people we come in contact with each day. After awhile, the mind boggles at this massive influx and just starts to store all this perceived imagery in the subconscious. Through the medium of photography, one can sort out the myraid of images that assault our eyes and make a coherent, tangible and very personal statement about one's perceptions of the world. The themes of photography are as varied as life itself. Subject matter can be as simple as a wooden bridge in a ravine to the abstract quality inherent in light poles. People make great subjects too. Using available light, the photographer can catch people unawares- portraying a true image of themselves which is almost always unobtainable with flash photography. The subconscious elements of photography arise after a considerable body of...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974

ffS mM The Capital Campus Raadar * The C. C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa., and is printed by the Middletown Press & Journal 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-in-Chief Jim Bollinger Associate Editor Doug Gibboney Associate & Photography Editor Fred Prouser Business Manager Ken Hess ion Sports Editor Horace Jones Sports Joe Minnici> Gene T. Eddy Staff Romeo Trajanus, Ronnie Wer, Lynn Kramer, Frank Daloisio, Phyllis Schaeffer, Patrick AAcClure, P.R.J. Smith, Mike Mitchell Layout Doug A Jim A Frank & Phyllis SGA Correspondents Mike McAllister, Russ Hogg Hot Lion Coordinator DaveNicholas Graphics Diane Cressler Advisor •»•»• Ftrrltr Faculty Advisor Or. Betty Thorns

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