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C.C. Students Advise Businessmen [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

C.C. Students Advise Businessmen Nine out of ten business failures in the United States are caused by lack of general business management skills, according to Dun and Bradstreet. But students at Penn State-Capitol Campus are trying to change that. Small business owners in the greater Harrisburg area may receive advice, and if necessary, daily management assistance from seniors and graduate students under the Small Business Institute Program of the SBA. Today, under the direction of Dr. Harold Gilmore of Hershey, Associate Professor of Management, 17 Penn State-Capitol Campus students in the Business Policy course, are working with local businesses. The students, operating in counseling teams, supply the businesses with up-to-date knowledge and practices in exchange for valuable work experience. A York student, Michael Roddy, is a consultant to Pope Engineering of Felton, Pa. Ray Rasper and Amar Bhajandas, both of Harrisburg, work with Center City Storage of Harrisburg. Clark...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Physical Plant Committee [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

Physical Plant Committee The Physical Plant Committee met Tuesday, October 29, to discuss long range and short range planning of the campus complex. The long range Plans call for construction of buildings and renovation of existing buildings. Considered short range plans are (1) Painting md renovation of vendorville, student center, and hallways. (2) Flower, bushes, and trees. (3) Walkways and bikeways. (4) Large multi purpose dome behind main building. (5) Utilization of existing space. Although the scope of this committee involves two objectives, the short range plans involve the present student body. Student response is of utmost importance to innovate these very possible short range plans.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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ALL-U DAY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

ALL-U DAY By Fred Prouser All-U Day was held last Saturday, Nov. 2nd, up at the Park. It was a good excuse to venture up to Lion Country for a football game and concert. THE C.C. READER, represented by Doug Gibboney and this writer made an appearence at a Press Association conference where plans were unveiled whereby THE DAILY COLLEGIAN would publish Commonwealth Campus newspapers. For this pilot project they hoped for four campuses, possibly ten to take part in this publishing venture. When asked as to our interest in such a project, we politely said "No thanks", spoke a few words on autonomy and individuality and said our paper is content with being published in Middletown. The drive up to University Park can be an enjoyable, scenic trip. The mountains and foliage are beautiful thru the mist of a Saturday morning. To escape the massive traffic jam that resulted in delays for many motorists that day, we took a back road thru farmland country-corn sheaves in the fields and h...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

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( C.C. Alumnus Writes Book [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

( C.C. Alumnus Writes Book A beautifully poetic and philosophically oriented book entitled A SHIP OF DREAMS will be published by a Penn State-Capitol Campus alumnus. William Russell Bittner, Jr., a 1972 graduate, is the author of this provocative and haunting collection of essays. Mr. Bittner's style is reminiscent of Herman Hesse and Kahlil Gibran. He probes the depths of human nature in search of truth, reality and freedom. Mr. Bittner readily states, "much of my inspiration came from the study of philosophy and psychology at Penn State-Capitol Campus". He wrote most of his essays while attending the University. A SHIP OF DREAMS, which will be published on November 14th by Dorrance and Com pany of Philadelphia, will be available at the Walden Book Stores in the Harrisburg East Mall and The Capitol City Mall. Mr. Bittner will be at the Harrisburg East Mall to autograph his book on Friday, November 15th from 5 to 9 p.m. The following Friday, November 22, Mr. Bittner will be ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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We ve Had Some Progress [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

We ve Had Some Progress Sol<JV<vte <ywym, <JAe (D<u6w> This time of year at Capitol Campus marks the annual SGA Junior Senate elections. Every year, many prospective legislators launch their campaigns with what I have already termed a "plethora of posters wall papering the halls" which announce the candidacy of people very few constituents ever see. At the end of last year's Fall term, I ran an editorial in this paper deriding both the SGA and the candidates themselves for the way they ran the elections and the campaigns. I was particularly adamant about the over-abundance of posters and the shortage of actual appearances (and visibility ) of the campaigners. This year, the mode hasn't changed much, but the method within that mode has taken some truly unique twists. Because I'm usually confined to the Reader office and my classrooms, and intermediate hallways, I don't get much chance to meander around the campus and take in all the v...

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New Faculty Advisor For C.C. Reader [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

New Faculty Advisor For C.C. Reader Mrs. Betty Thorne, C. C. Reader Faculty Advisor. by Phyllis Schaeffer Dr. Betty Thorne is the new faculty advisor for the C.C. Reader. Dr. Thorne, who prefers to be called Mrs. Thorne or Betty, is a Statistics professor in the Administration and Business program. Mrs. Thorne came to Capitol Campus last year from Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. where she taught for five years. Originally from western Pennsylvania, Mrs. Thorne received her undergraduate degree from Geneva College in Beaver Falls. She received her master's and doctor's degrees from Indiana University. Mrs. Thome's special professional interests are probability and statistics. Her husband, Jim, is also a member of the Capitol Campus "family". He is the Director of Registration and Records. When asked for her comments on her new role as faculty advisor, Mrs. Thorne replied: "This is a means of communication with students, a way of getting to know them outside the classr...

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Xri REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

Xri REPORTER Did YOU get your XGI Raffle tickets yet? Gather your loose change together and buy as many tickets as you can! Never again will you have an opportunity to win great prizes for so little. Increase your chances of winning and buy hordes of those tickets now!! It was a solemn night on Monday, Oct. 28 for the XGI Football team as we lost our first game to the Ball Busters (32-6). However, we took it in stride and looked forward to the Wes. game. With bras and purses in hand we approached the field but no one from the PSEA team arrived and the game was forfeited. Our record is now 3-1 and we are scheduled for two games next week on Monday and Wednesday evening. Tuesday, Oct. 29 was an evening of many parties in the Heights - all kinds of parties! For example, 955-B Flickinger was the scene of "performances by Eddie Haskell?? and Company 'rising and falling' to the tunes of WHY radio", not to mention the call from rooms beyond, "All's got the third round," and "Foreman'...

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Thanks [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

Thanks On behalf of the Student Government Association, we would like to thank all students who participated in the Fall S.G.A. elections for Junior senators. On the whole, turnout was better this year then in other years. S.G.A. meetings are open to all interested students, and there will be a S.G.A. meeting for all new junior members Thursday November 7th at Seven o'clock. New members will be sworn in and plans will be formulated for the months ahead.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

»j» Tho Capitol Campus Reader 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 Business Dept Bob Pobiak, Steve Nonn Sports Editor Horace Jones Sports Joe Minnici, Gene T. Eddy Staff Romeo Trajanus, Ronnie Wer, Lynn Kramer, Prank Daloisio, Phyllis Schaeffer, Patrick McClure, P.R.J. Smith, Mike Mitchell Layout Doug & Jim & Frank A Phyllis SGA Correspondents Mike McAllister, Russ Hogg Hot Lion Coordinator Dave Nicholas Graphics Diane Cressler Advisor Jim Ferrier Faculty Advisor Or. Betty Thorne

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

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A Modest Proposal To Remedy The Professor Surplus [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

A Modest Proposal To Remedy The Professor Surplus by Doug Gibboney Population boom. Too many educated people. Too many professors out of work. Not enough students. Everyone's scrouging for a college teaching job. Indeed. What can be done about the situation? At Capitol Campus, we see teachers without tenure running amuck, playing up to students, praying'for good evaluations. It's enough to make a social science major cry... There is hope though. Doctor Knight stumbled upon it the other day when he was talking about the population problem: Each one eat one! What?! Think about it a minute. If each college student ate a professor, the numbers would drop rapidly. In fact, there would be a shortage of good professors. Everyone could go to grad school and be assured of a fine job on graduation. Maybe we could establish something like a hunting season. Naturally the hunt would have to be heavily supervised. Perhaps the same rules that apply to big game could be observed. Some profess...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

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Penn State Institute Of Technology [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

Penn State Institute Of Technology Yes, I think that a change of name would definitely be suited for this corporation. If you ask why I think it is necessary, it's why not? The reason, we were led to believe, we attend here or nearly any other college is to gain a higher education, but the emphasis is on jobs and higher wages when we graduate. How nice of them to assume everyone wants to work. Sure a lot is up to the individual but the atmosphere doesn't exactly help. Being a member of this organization, sorry I slipped, I mean a student of this college, the prices of just about anything is beyond my financial abilities. It's bad enough that we get ripped off by the education system that shows you what you don't know, instead of helping you gain knowledge. They continuously raise tuition every year among other things, that being the prices of books. You may find out that you can afford to sign up for a class, but not be able to afford the books required for the course. Al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

READER CLASSIFIEDS Free Ad Forms Available In WHO FOR SALE—'1973 Yamaha, 250cc In Excellent Condition. If interested call after 5:00 P.M. 741-0624 York. Asklno $7 so on FOR SALE—Hollywood Bed frame with bookcase headboard, $10.00. Also footlockers, $1.00 each. Yvonne J. Milspaw - 944-2413. For Sale Ten week-old kitten. Red with tabby markings, very cute. Long-hair, half Persian. Asking $20., cheap. It's a female, wormed and shots. Picture available on request. See Jim in Reader office, or Call 233-8011 evenings. For Sale Konica Auto 53 Camera with daylight Syncro. X-20 Flash. UV Filter and case. 3 months old. $150. 944-0194, Mark. For Sale 1971 Red Fiat 850 Convertible. Best offer over $900.00. Call 561-0630 after 5 p.m. For Sale '68 Datsun 2000 Roadster. OHC, roll bar, R&H, 5-speed, No. 3 inspection, asking $1000. Call Denny, 944-1937. PLAY CHESS with the Capitol Campus Chess Club. Meetings: Tuesday and Wednesday, 12 noon, Gallery Lounge. Indian Jewelry Show, Washingt...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

The Scranton Inn is now open for catering, Banquets and Weddings. Our Hall will comfortably seat 50 persons (including one person in the Bathroom).TheO.I.B. Band is also available for your listening pleasure. For rates contact: Scranton Inn, 927A Flickinger. Thanks; We would like to thank everyone who worked and voted for us. Jorn Jensen & Paul Mathls.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

\ HOT LION /^^ J? d^J^S • The Hot Lion is a weekly newsletter published to keep the J Capitol Campus community informed of all activities on, or J concerned with, the Campus. Everyone should please feel 5 | free to use this service by obtaining the entry cards in the 2 | Student Affairs Office (Wi05)# filling them out and leaving Q them there. Deadline is Friday, Noon, week prior to date of a. , publication. a . November 8 -16,1974 % i Nov. 8 FOREIGN FILM Nov - u "LAE " Penalty Date. M SERIES: "Closely Watched Trains", Nov - n - RSC Meeting: Church Hall - 2nd _ < ' 6:30 p.m. - Auditorium, FREE floor Lounge - 7:45 p.m. J Nov. 8 - COFFEE HOUSE: sponsored by Nov - 12 " Basketball; Capitol vs York at fj Head Shop, Social Committee, Cultural Capitol 7 p.m. f Committee, & MHBG. Featuring Anne & Nov - 12 " TALENT SHOW: sponsored by _ > Dick Albin, plus Mark Sherman and the B.S.U. Applicants sign up in W-110, SGA « Cumberland County Bluegrass Band. 8:30 offic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

"Do You Feel That Capitol Campus Is Really Part Of Penn State?" Brenda Tomec 9th term, Bus I think for faculty-staff it is, but it doesn't sink into the students. I don't think they're aware enough. Jeff Steinfurth 7th term. Human I don't think so. I don't see any identification at all. I don't see myself as going to Penn State. I say I go to Capitol Campus. Larry Rohrbach Veterans Coordinator I've never given it any thought. As far as I'm concerned, it's part of Penn State University. I was a student here, and I felt the same way then. It's a Penn State degree. We're separate from the system, but we're part of it. We need flexibility in certain areas. Jacque Miller Student Affairs Secretary With all that paperwork we gotta do, it'd better be!

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Reynolds by Jim Bollinger l ^J ^ f§ 5 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974

Reynolds by Jim Bollinger l \ ^J ^ f§ 5 Burt Reynolds, the male version of Racquel Welch (I read that somewhere ) , has come back to the screen in a light comedy spiced with drama. The Longest Yard was tailor-made for Reynolds. It gives him a chance to flaunt and enjoy himself while pulling in millions; there was a packed house at the Trans-Lux the night I went. (Just a reminder - Trans Lux has student discount rates). As I said, the film is a light comedy, with drama that is never more than trite, and it is filled with Knute Rockney-1940ish cliches. The plot you've probably heard by now, but we'll take it once more from the top: Reynolds plays an ex-pro footballer who leaves the game after being caught at fixing contests. He then turns into a pro-baller who gets fed up with his sexy mealticket and decides to go his separate way. She, however has other ideas and tries to stop him. Burt, I mean, Paul Crew doesn't like that idea and roughs her up and takes her Maserati and la...

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