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Engineer Grads Enjoy Booming Market [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Engineer Grads Enjoy Booming Market University Park, Pa. - The job market for qualified engineering graduates should be a happy hunting ground for quite some time, say engineering administrators at The Pennsylvania State University. They point to the 1974 College Placement Council Survey which shows there has been a 31 percent increase in job offers to engineering seniors over last year. And 68 percent of all job offers this year came from employers in the manufacturing and industry categories. Of the overall job offers to men, 62 percent were in engineering disciplines, 28 percent in business areas, six percent in natural sciences, and four percent in humanities and social sciences. Because of the scarcity of women in the more technical disciplines, only 12 percent of the women's volume was in engineering as compared to 34 percent in business, 28 percent in the humanities and social sciences, and 26 percent in natural . Engeering seniors at Penn State were also offered some...
Internships & Fellowships In Clinical Psychology [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Internships & Fellowships In Clinical Psychology Applications are available for the Pre-doctoral Internships and Post-doctoral Fellowships in Clinical Psychology at the suburban Philadelphia branch of the Devereux Foundation, a group of residential treatment, therapeutic education and rehabilitation centers. An assignment to branches in California or Texas may be possible. The 12-month internships provide training and experience with mentally and emotionally handicapped children, adolescents and young adults presenting problems of learning and of personal adjustment. Devereux is approved by the APA for doctoral internships both in clinical psychology and in counseling psychology and by the International Association of Counseling Services as an Accredited Counseling Center. Multidisciplinary training and supervised experience is offered in psychodiagnostics, psychotherapy, crisis intervention, miliue therapy and residential treatment techniques, mental health consulta...
vTOfip r" [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
vTOfip r" If you want to get into some really fine music tune in WZAP on Wednesday, November 13 from 8 until 11 PM for a special live show of some good vibrations by the Beach Boys. Our own Wolfman Jack and Archie Will D.J. the show. Don't miss it. TOP 15 SINGLES 1. You Ain' t Seen Nothing Yet - Bachman Turner Overdrive 2. Rock Me Gently - Andy Kim 3. I Honestly Love You - Olivia Newton John 4. Can't Get Enough Of Your Love - Bad Company 5. Jazzman - Carole King 6. Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd 7. Overnight Sensation - Raspberries 8. Beach Baby - First Class 9. Clap For The Wolfman - The Guess Who 10. Pretzel Logic - Steely Dan 11. Tin Man - America 12. Pure And Easy - The Who 13. Karn Evil No. 9 (First) - Emerson, Lake, and Palmer 14. Another Saturday Night - Cat Stevens 15. I've Seen The Saucers - Elton John TOP 12 ALBUMS 1. Elp; Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends - Emerson, Lake, & Palmer 2. Caribou - Elton John 3. Not Fragile - Bachman Turn...
ALL-U DAY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
ALL-U DAY Photographs by Prouser Security guard stands vigil at Loggins-Messina concert on All-U Day. Photographers cover action as Penn State drives against Maryland on All-U Day. Over 60,000 fans packed Beaver Stadium as Penn State stopped Maryland's win streak in a 24-17 thriller on All-U Day. Dr. Oswald, President of Penn State University, arrives for Maryland football game on All-U day. Nittany Lion takes a Magic Carpet Ride after Penn State's first touchdown on All-U day against Maryland. ABC Sports' camera is perched high above Beaver Stadium televising PSU-Maryland football game.
SGA Junior Election Results [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
SGA Junior Election Results STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION November 1,1974 Business + -l-Paul Mathis 78 -(-Chester Gregoreski 68 Paul Bailie 23 Fred Clark 1 Elementary Education + +Bette Karp 37 Nancy Hughey 1 Math-Sci. Stewart Marks 1 Henry Marquiss 1 Humanities + +Steve De Frank 25 Eileen Hogg 1 Ed Thomas 1 Howard Grey 1 Engineering + 4-Richard Laychock 62 +Daniel Martin 57 +Jorn Jensen 37 Scott Deardorff 29 Lew Ruffing -. 11 Mark Warchol 8 Rodney Metzger 1 George Peterson 1 Soc. Sc. ++Robert Bayer 119 -i-Donald Gibson 50 EileenHogg 1 Ed Thomas 1 + + Division Sena tor + Senator-at-Large OFFICIAL ELECTIONS RETURN 371 Ballots Cast 29 Disqualified 8Void 334 Accepted THE ELECTIONS-SCREENING COMMITTEE A SUBSIDIARY OF THE S.G.A.
Good Eating [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Good Eating * JVaAvMU&te#Mn, Crecwefo What is good eating? Good eating is to being properly nourished. To do this, we must have well-balanced meals. We must use those foods that supply our body with all the necessary elements in easily digestible form and exclude all those foods that are incomplete, inadequate, deprived of essential nutrient values, and overtax our digestive and eliminative organs. We must have proteins or tissue-building foods, carbohydrates or sugars and starches, which provide our body with fuel and energy. And we must have the protective foods, the foods that supply us with an abundance of minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. In general we get proteins from meat, fish, eggs, milk, cheese, soybeans, nuts, and in lesser amounts, fruits and vegetables; for carbohydrates: bread, cereals, corn, potatoes, all the root vegetables such as carrots, beets, parsnips, as well as a great variety of fruits and berries; and for minerals, vitamins, and enzymes; cabb...
Hermitage [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Hermitage This poem was written after I asked a friend to select a topic that would be appropriate. He responded, "There ain't no broads at Capitol Campus." Perhaps this will address itself to that particular problem. It's looking for a soft expression, The smile that turns the ice to dew, The yearning for a tender touch, The warmth and glow of female hue. It begins, the deep depression, When things we were accustomed to, Now are clouds at which we clutch, And yesterdays, our thoughts pursue. Yet life is but a quiet procession, And this hermitage just a passin' thru, For while today is what we touch, Tomorrow's the place we're destined to. Evans
Rec/Ath Information [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Rec/Ath Information ARCHERY: Jetsy Jo Kissinger, a certified instructor with the National Archery Association, will be the guest instructor at the Capitol Campus Archery Club meeting on Thursday, November 7, at 2:00 p.m. Mrs. Kissinger will discuss the fundamentals of archery, what a person needs to know, how to practice and what equipment is best suitable for an individual. There will be something of interest for the beginner as well as the experienced archer, and all students, faculty and staff who are interested in archery are urged to attend. Mrs. Kissinger is also a member of the National Field Archery Association and Professional Archers Association, as well as a member of the Wing Advisory Staff. FENCING CLUB: The fencing club will meet every Monday at 3:30 P.M. in the RECATH BLDG. Anyone who would like to join the fencing activity should come at this time. Experience is not necessary because we are new here and beginners are welcome. Also this is a CO-ED sport so don...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
WINTER REGISTRATION DATES are the following: November 19 thru December 6 - GRADUATE REGISTRATION November 21, 22, 25, 26 - UNDERGRADUATE ADVANCED REGISTRATION November 21 & 25 - UNDERGRADUATE EVENING REGISTRATION XJanuary 2 - EVENING REGISTRATION FOR SPECIAL NON- DEGREE & ADJUNCTS January 3 - DAY REGISTRATION FOR NEW UNBDERGRADUATE AND ADJUNCTS ( 1 [ ! • ^ ¦ ) • ! ; $ j • i
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
SUNDAY WORSHIP ON CAMPUS The Catholic Community invites all to join in the celebration of Mass, every Sunday at 1:00 P.M. in the Student Center. Hear the Word of God and respond in prayer and song. Celebrate the mystery of redemption in this ancient rite in a contemporary setting. The Catholic Campus Minister, Father John O'Conner, is available to all for consultation, counseling, or just rappinq in the Counseling Center, Fridays 10-4 and other times b y arrangement. Come in and say hello; he's new and lonel y J IH
Crosscountry [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Crosscountry with Bud Smitley Messiah College downed Capitol Campus in cross country, Thursday afternoon by 16 to 47. The meet was held on Messiah's 5.2 mile course. Final results were: J. Smith, Messiah: 28:38; D. Sisco, Messiah, 29:05; M. Bentley, Messiah, 29:10; B. Leader, Messiah, 29:19; Chuck Fitz, Capitol, 29:23; M. Sisco, Messiah, 29:52; C. Thrush, Messiah, 30:13; D. Myers, Messiah, 30:31; Al Hippie, Capitol, 30:46; Horace Jones, Capitol, 31:13; Heim, Messiah, 31:23; Smith, Messiah, 31:24; W. Charles Messiah, 31:26; Bernie Comiskey, Capitol, 31:38; R. Rhoad, Messiah, 31:40; John Schwanger, Capitol, 31:55; B. Geiger, Messiah, 32:40; Bob Boeshore, Capitol, 34:01; D. Genson, Messiah, 35:21. Capitol's next meet will be I against Lebanon Valley College on November 16th.
A "«-"f Y • of Law a nhndmq, of Law Near The Middle [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
A "«-"f Y • of Law a nhndmq, of Law Near The Middle by P.R.J. Smith Her whisper rustled, cool like silk. "It's almost time to go." The babysitter couldn't stay all night, so she had to go home. She was already a little late, it would mean an extra dollar. I thought to offer her some money, but I knew she would refuse, and the implications in that offer might drive us farther apart. I kissed her once more, and then let her untangle herself from me, pulling arm from arm, leg from leg, dissolving our sticky knot. She collected her clothes from the floor and went into the bathroom to dress. It seem ludicrous to me that she should hide herself like a school-girl to daintily cover herself; for her to remove her body from my eyes. I wanted to watch her dress, to see the cloth slip down over her head, become caught for a moment on those lovely breasts I had so recently fondled with my eyes, my hands, my mouth. See the dress drop lower until even her fertile delta was hidden by its f...
Last Week In Soccer [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Last Week In Soccer by Gene T.Eddy Host Capitol Campus built up a 5:0 half time lead against visiting Lancaster Bible College, but saw it slip away due to second half substitutions. Coach Ed Trunk started substituting in order to give his reserves some experience, but the momentum of the game which was all Capitol's in the first half, switched to an ignited Lancaster team. The sparkplug for LBC \#as Joe Nixon, who scored all five goals on short driving shots. The first half lead was built up by Mounir Azar, who had three goals and John Harris, who scored two. Mounir scored the first goal for Capitol after an assist by Ed Mirabello. He then beat the right fullback for LBC after the goalie was pulled out of the net for his second goal. John Harris assisted Mounir Azar's third goal and Azar returned the favor to Harris by assisting John for the fourth goal of the evening for Capitol. The fifth and what proved to be the last goal of the evening, came from John Harris after a l...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Agent of Trailways Travel Bureau Corp. Tours THANKSGIVING SKI VACATION In Laurentian Mtns. Canada Nov. 27 - Dec. 1 PRE-CHRISTMAS SKI TRIP To Quebec City, Canada Dec. 20-24 GEORGE HARRISON IN CONCERT At Spectrum MONDAY, DEC. 16 Leave Hbg., 4:30 P.M. $26.05 PER PERSON Prices Include Transportation And Reserved Seat ,^^ *^^S^ Phone g UH 236-9588 MSilP^lr Harrisburg, M^€\ jJ ' MJlfl Pa.
Attention! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Attention! All interested persons are invited to view a short audio-video tape and "overhear" a telephone conference exchange with Ambassador Nathaniel Davis, Director General of the Foreign Service, Room 216, Monday, Nov. 11, at 10:50 a.m. The invitation is extended by Professor Heindel and his class in U. S. Diplomatic History. Among many interesting posts, Ambassador Davis was Ambassador to Chile since 1971. He has served in many critical posts and has a Ph.D D. from the Fletcher School and Diplomacy.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
IM FLAG FOOTBALL SCORES FOR WEEK OF 10-21-10-30 AU'S 20 EZ 8 Ball Busters 32 XG.I.s 6 Butt Kicking Machine 20 Coal Crackers 8 The Vikings 26 Over The Hill Gang 0 French Ticklers 22 Bender Bros 12 Bender Bros 32 Over The Hill Gang 0 Spread Eagle Inn 24 PSEA 0 NADS 41 Zeros 8 XG.I.S 24 PSEA 0 THURS. 10-31 Coal Crackers 24 The Vikings 22
cfm lomv tsVofevoofc <Jfri lola4 tS€a>nA isiUA [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
cfm lomv tsVofevoofc <Jfri lola4 tS€a>nA isiUA By Bob Nace The Ski Club is planning this year's ski trip for one of the two following tentative dates either for Dec. 26-27-28 or Jan. 2-3-4. This year's trip comes early due to the absence of a spring break this season. The trip will be to one of the following resorts: White Face, New York; Hunter Mt., New York, or Killington, Vermont. Members wanting to go on the trip must have dues paid by Nov. 30th. For further details please attend Ski Club meetings. Check Ski Club signs for time and place. If interested please fill out questionnaire below and return to Ski Club Mail Box in W-110. Dates available for trip check one. Dec. 26-27-28 ( ) Jan. 2-3-4 ( ) Yes I am interested in the trip Please contact me ( ) Name Phone Ken Loggins of Loggins & Messina plays to a packed house at University Park on All-U Day, Nov. 2. All-U Day saw extraordinary involvement by all Penn State Students . Photo by Prouser