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Sports At C.C. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974
Sports At C.C. Mention Penn State sports and visions arise of the Nittany Lion, Beaver Stadium in the fall, Joe Paterno, the Orange Bowl and the best college football team in the East in the past decade. Yet to a student at Penn State-Capitol Campus, sports is more than a national ranking and an image on Saturday afternoon TV. To the 2300 students here at Penn State-Capitol Campus, sports is a well organized recreationathletic program. The program provides the opportunity to maintain better health through exercise, to learn the important values developed through team spirit and cooperation, to relax, and enjoy the fun of participating in sports. Penn State-Capitol Campus provides intercollegiate sports in golf, tennis, baseball, basketball, soccer, cross country and wrestling. We play Millersville College, Lebanon Valley College, Susquehanna University, Ogontz Campus, and many others. The University offers an even wider program of intramural sports including volleyball, skii...
Table Tennis Tourney [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974
Table Tennis Tourney Ladder Tournament Standings—10-17-74 1. Jerry Brey !•• Do" Wanich 2. Luis Nakpil 12. Tomm Zellner 3. David Haugh 13. Ellis Alley 4. Ken Armstrong 14. Ron Vos 5. Steve Bennett 15. V. Subramanlan 6. Ernst Bender 16. George Schmidt 7. Joe Balrd 17. Ed Stlsh 8. Bill Deist 18- Rick Memmert 9. Ed Carners 19- Ken Hessian 10. Gary Roberts 20. Bud Smitley Tourney Results Luis Nakpil defeated Ernst Preliminary Round Bender 2-0 Steve Bennett defeated Ed Car- Seim-Finals ners 2-0 Jerry Brey defeated Dave Haugh Luis Nakpil defeated Gary 2-0 Roberts 2-0 Luis Nakpil defeated Ken Arm-Quarter Finals strong 2-0 Jerry Brey defeated Bill Deist 2-0 Finals Ken Armstrong defeated Joe Jerry Brey defeated Luis Nakpil 2-Baird 2-0 0 Dave Haugh defeated Steve Bennett 2-1 Anyone interested in competing in this Ladder Tournament, contact Bud Smitley, ( Rec-Athletic Coordinator), at 787-7751 to have additional names added. The Ladder Tournament rules are any player can challenge anoth...
Reader Gets Assis - tance [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974
Reader Gets Assis - tance Patrick McClure Yesterday at 1:00 P.M. in the college lounge, Jim Ferrier, who works for the Patriot News, met with Editor-in-Chief Jim Bollinger, Associate Editor, Doug Gibboney, and staff members Phyllis Shaeffer and Patrick McClure of the C.C. Reader to discuss possible improvements in the quality of the college paper. Mr. Ferrier's comments were geared mostly to the layout of the paper in such areas as, wasted space, improper type, by lines, and placement of priority articles over secondary articles. "This has no place on the front page", said Mr. Ferrier as he blue penciled an add in the bottom corner; "and where is the by line for this article?", he continued as he circled another area. Throughout the course of the discussion Mr. Ferrier's pencil kept moving, and by the end of the discussion there were a variety of blue circles and crosses on every page of the paper. "I'm hard", he chuckled, "but these are all areas that need improvement". The...
Beer And Frothing In Middletown [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974
Beer And Frothing In Middletown by Doug Gibboney The scene, McDonald's at a quarter of eleven Sunday morning. Why don't they have juke boxes in these places? A good Johnny Cash tune would go well about now - just imagining those thumping bass strings and the Carter Family back-up makes the day seem a little better. Last night was the first X-GI Keggar of the year. Two hundred drunken crazies got together in the Middletown Hunter's & Angler's Club to eat peanuts, drink beer and act like savages. Music was by Mad Hatter. Everyone had a good time. So much for straight news. Saturday was a very cold day, a day for sleeping late and curling up with a textbook in the afternoon. Sane people spent the evening watching Mary Tyler- Moore and Bob Newhart. Prouser and I spent the first part of the evening circling around the Pennsylvania Turnpike, searching for the Hunter's & Angler's Club. "It's gotta be right up here, Fred." "Uh, I dunno. Maybe we should turn around." ...
M.H.BO.G. News [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 October 1974
M.H.BO.G. News The first meeting for the Meade Heights Board of Governors was held on Tuesday, October 9. Nominations were taken, followed by elections, for the offices of the Board. The positions filled for the Meade Heights Board of Governors are: President- Mike Mastracchio of 938A Mars Drive, phone 944-1984; Vice-President- Stan Kenosky of 933A Mars Drive, 944-0550; Secretary- Maryann Smith of 846A Kirtland Avenue, 944-1952; and Treasurer- Rick Hood of 953A Kirtland Avenue, 944-1948. Meade Heights residents with any problems, suggestions, complaints, etc., should feel free to contact any of the officers. Other discussion areas were centered around the topics of revising the present pet policy, and lifting the waterbed restriction. The large attendance of this initial meeting was greatly appreciated, and all Meade Heights residents are encouraged to attend future meetings. The next Board of Governors meeting will be Wednesday, October 23, at 7:00 p.m.
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SGA Elections This Week [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
SGA Elections This Week by Boilinger-McAilister Thursday, Oct. 31, the Student Government Association is holding elections for various junior Senate seats. The SGA has been preparing for this day for the entire Fall term. They have been persuading students to get involved in their government since the opening days of Orientation. Under the direction of President Mike McAllister, and VP Russ Hogg, the SGA has launched an extensive information campaign. The elections are being overseen by the Elections-Screening Committee, chaired by Mark Fey. The election process began Oct. 4 when the first Election Petitions could be filed. Full time students with at least a 2.0 GPA and a concern for the government were eligible. After filing a petition, the prospective candidate then faced the Screening Committee for final approval to launch his-her's campaign. Active politicking has been going on since the 18th of this month. The Senate positions are in several different curricular concent...
Meeting Spotlights Faculty Committees [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
Meeting Spotlights Faculty Committees by Jim Bollinger On Thursday, Oct. 24, at 4:30 P.M., in Rm. No. E316, a historic meeting of sorts was held. The meeting was called by SGA Pres. Mike McAllister, and Vice-Pres. Russ Hogg. The meeting concerned Faculty committees and the need for student participation in them, particularly participation by members of the Junior class. The announcement of the meeting came out as a plea for a "coordinated effort in the proper functioning of the campus". The chairperson of each Faculty Organization Committee was invited, and the meeting saw almost perfect faculty attendance (only two invitees didn't attend). The meeting was begun by VP Russ Hogg, who quickly explained the purpose of the meeting. He then yielded the floor to the Chairperson of the Library-Faculty Committee, who quickly explained his committee's purpose and gave his plea for members. The rest then followed. Other Committees represented at the meeting were the Admissions Committ...
C.C. Prof In Nat'I Conference [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
C.C. Prof In Nat'I Conference Twenty-two universities will participate in a very interesting and most important workshop to be held November 7 and 8 in Washington, D.C. The Department of Transportation has called upon twenty-seven transportation experts to help put together a national transportation policy Dr. Terence Brown, professor at Penn State-Capitol Campus has been named as one of the experts. Dr. Brown will travel to Washington with other professors from Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yale, University of Pennsylvania and others to discuss, argue, and finally present recommendations which will have far reaching effects for all of us. Dr. Terence Brown was awarded a grant by the Department of Transportation Office of University Research in 1973 to complete his study on "The Economic Analysis of the Taxi Cab Industry in Penn sylvania". He is an assistant professor in the Division of Administration and Business at Penn State-Capitol Campus. The worksho...
ALL-U DAY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
ALL-U DAY By Patricia Gross UNIVERSITY PARK (APS) - The Arch Chapter of the Keystone Society is busily planning "the best All-U Day ever," according to Bob Joseph, president of the Arch Chapter of the Keystone Society. Registration headquarters for commonwealth campus students will be in the Findlay Union Building (FUB) of East Halls, the dorm complex nearest Beaver Stadium. Commonwealth campus students arriving Saturday morning should park in Parking Lot 80, the large student parking area near East Halls. Registration in the FUB will be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Campus maps, directions and information will be available to commonwealth campus students at registration. This year, a special activities seminar will be held during All-U Day registration. Representatives with information and brochures on University Park organizations such as the Organization of Town Independent Students (OTIS), the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils, the Press Association of Commonwealt...
No More Tues. Flicks! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
No More Tues. Flicks! That's right folks, no more going to the student center to see a movie of interest. After a fabulous turnout of a total of 14 people for the first three movies, it was decided by myself and my peers involved that it was totally unrealistic to blow all that money when students on campus are too busy to get off their ass to support a fund raising event. I'll admit the movies weren't that fantastic, but when nobody shows up at all, I have my thoughts as to what this school is all about. It seems to me that if an event doesn't have any beer or other type of alcoholic beverage, it isn't worth anybody's time. In that case (or should I say Keg), that means my job is to satisfy your thirst, and if I have to cater to a group of alcoholics I would rather call in the A.A. (Alcoholic's Anonymous) first. Your Social Committee Chairman Dave (Harpo) Nicholas
Grads Get Fellowships [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
Grads Get Fellowships Five students in the Humanities Graduate Program at Penn State-Capitol Campus have been designated EPDA Fellows for the coming year. The fellowships, granted by the U. S. Office of Education under provisions of the Education Professions Development Act, will provide support for these prospective Junior College teachers of Humanities and English while they work toward their M.A. degrees at Penn State-Capitol Campus and serve their teaching internships at the Harrisburg Area Community College. The recipients of this year's awards are Dennis Bartsch, whose home is in Philadelphia; Paula Dunbar of Harrisburg; Vincent Lattanzio of Maple Shade, New Jersey; Kathleen Richards of Middletown; and William Turner of Lewisburg, West Virginia.
Dr. Tishler In WhoVWho [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
Dr. Tishler In WhoVWho MIDDLETOWN, PA. - Dr. Nancy Tischler, chairperson of the Department of Humanities at Penn State-Capitol Cmapus, has been selected for the first edition of "Who's Who in Religion". Dr. Tischler, who lives in Elizabethtown, is past national president of the Conference on Christianity and Literature. She is currently an editor at large for Christianity Today. The first edition of "Who's Who in Religion", is produced by the publishers of "Who's Who in America". The new publication provides a listing of over 16,000 biographical sketchs of the major figures in the American religious community. Dr. Tischler, a former Fulbright scholar, has taught and written in the area of religion and literature. Her articles and reviews have appeared in numerous publications in America and France. She has been associated with Penn State-Capitol Campus since its beginning in 1966.
We Need Positive Action [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
We Need Positive Action Sol tJVc4e ^wym zJAe Gxutim Although student organizations on campus are in a better physical shape this year than they have been in recent memory, they all face a serious crisis when it comes to money and the financing of events. In an article in our last paper, Doug Gibboney reported the problem as stemming from several different sources. He told us that funds from the Park were lower this year, that we have no money carried over from last year, and that new University regulations may make it illegal to hold bake-sales and other common fund-raising events. Almost all these problems are attributable to issues that are national in scope. Inflation has apparently cut into the University's budget and left little room for the branch campuses in their master plan. The energy situation has necessitated our change to oil, and excesses from last year left us with nothing to work with. The bake-sale regulation, though, something can be done about, but not her...
Late Night Notes [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
Late Night Notes by Fred Prouser The pace of things slows down at Capitol at night. Lights go out and smart people get some sleep. For others, night is a time to write, watch TV, or do what they enjoy the mostwhatever it might be. The night started out like many others with a printing session in the darkroom. Routine stuff, nothing spectacular- just a few images for the paper to get in under Monday morning's deadline. But still it was pleasant. It's very quiet in the darkroom at night. The only sound is that of the water running as it washes the prints. Ocassionally something unusual comes about. You go in thinking of doing one type of print and come out with something entirely different. But not tonight. Prints are ready for the • printer. Now there's a paper to write. A friend is working on the same assignment. It's nice to know that there are other people who stay up this late also. The hours go by. The national anthem plays on several stations. The TV goes to static. Qui...
DTK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
DTK Delta Tau Kappa, International Social Science Honor Society, is sponsoring a brown bag luncheon-discussion to be held Monday, November 4th at 12:15 in the Gallery Lounge. The speaker this week will be Dr. Stanley Miller, program head of the education department. The topic to be discussed is "Equality and Inequality in Education". All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to bring a lunch and attend.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
MJ^^M Tk« Capitol Caaipwt tt)a«J«r • The C. C. Reader tojMbUshed by the ftadeats of the Pennsylvania State university at Capitol Campos, Middletown, Pa., and is printed by the Middletown Press & Journal daring 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 A Photography Editor Fred Prouser Business Manager Ken Hession Sports Editor Horace Jones Sports Joe Minnici, Gene T. Eddy Staff Romeo Traianus, Ronnie Wer, Lynn Kramer, Frank Daloisio, Phyllis Schaaffer, Patrick McClore, P.R.J. Smith, Mike Mitchell Layout Doug * Jim * Frank * Phyllis SGA Correspondents Mike McAllister, Russ Hogg Hot Lion Coordinator DavrNicholas Graphics Diane Cressler Advisor Jim Ferrier Faculty Advisor Or. Betty Thome
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 November 1974
XJTI REPORTER Illegal Blocking! Illegal Blocking! Illegal Blocking! Those were the famous words of a ref on Monday, Oct. 21 at the one evening football game between the XGIs and Spread Eagle Inn. So What, Who needs them anyway? We still plucked the feathers of Spread Eagle (36-12). Our next engagement will be a bit on the tougher side so watch the paper next week and see the results! Win! Win! Win! Yes, you can win big in the XGI Raffle which will begin on October 31. Tickets will cost 25c each or 5 tickets for $1. You will have a choice of prizes too! For instance: First ($400 Retail) - Port. Color TV or a Stereo, or a Reel to Reel Recorder. Second ($250 Retail) - 35MM Camera or a Pool Table or a Sailboat. Third ($150 Retail) - Polaroid SX70 Camera or an Elec. Typewriter or a set of 4 Auto Tires. Fourth ($75 Retail) - 125 gals, of Gas or a Calculator or a 10-speed Bicycle. The Drawing Date will be December 13, 1974. The more tickets you buy the better chance you will have to win!...