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DTK Proposes Shuttle
At the last Delta Tau Kappa
meeting, the idea of establishing
a free "mini-bus" service
between Meade Heights and the
main building was discussed.
It was suggested that a
mini-bus which can seat 9 to 12
people by purchased by the
school for this purpose. It was
noted that if the school
purchased a mini -bus, a seperate
fund needed to be established in
order to operate the system
because the school would not
support a system which had no
income coming in to support
itself. Therefore, it was
suggested that a charge of 5
cents or 10 cents per ride be
charged students using the
Another proposal suggested
that a free motor pool be
established by the students
The way the motor pool
would work is that several
strategically located points on
campus would be designated as
"pick-up" locations, much like
bus stops. Students desiring a
ride would wait at one of these
locations until a student driving
his car would stop to give the
waiting student a ride. Only
students desiring a ride would
wait at the pick-up location,
thereby, eliminating the guessing
game factor of which students
"want" a ride. Students driving
15 MARCH 73
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APRIL 12 -- At 1:30 p.m., the campus chapter of the College
Republicans will meet in the Gallery Lounge to pose for a yearbook
APRIL 13 -- Petitions for executive officer and senate positions
for intended SGA candidates are due in the SGA office, W-104, at
5:00 p.m. Election date is April 16. at 8:00 p.m., the Do Nothing
Club presents the award winning film "Hotel" in the Student Center.
The XGl's stage one of their famous keggars beginning at 9:00 p.m.
at the HummelstowniFire Company Entertainment is by "The
APRIL 14 -- The Social Affairs Committee sponsors a benefit
concert for the May Music/Arts Festival at 7:00 p.m. at the Main
Street Gym, Middletown. The donation will be three dollars for the
event which features "Big City Music Band," "Shanghai" and "The
APRIL 15 - Mass, 3:45 p.m. Student Center.
APRIL 16 - The Resident Student Council meets at 6:30 p.m. on
the second floor of Church Hall.
.All students are welcome. The
Student Government Association meets at 6:30 p.m. in E-335, Main
Building. Martial Arts instruction is set for 7:30 p.m. in the
Recreation/Athletics Building. Resident Assistant applicants for next
year's duties meet at 8:00 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge.
APRIL 17 - At 7:00 p.m., the Soccer Club faces Millersville State
College under the lights at the athletic field. Also at that time, the
Photo Club meets in the darkroom in the Dispensary (Placement
Office). At 7:00p.m., Women's weight training is scheduled for the
Rec/Ath Building. At 8:00 p.m. there is men's weight training. The
XGl's stage a meeting at the Middletown American Legion at 8:00
p.m. At 9:00 p.m., there is a Folk-In at the New Birth Coffee
Cabaret, 946 A Kirtland Ave., Meade Heights.
APRIL 18 -- NO SCHEDULED EVENTS
• APRIL T 9 - at 8:00 p.m., the film "Occurrence at Owl Creek"
will be shown at the New Birth.
by Victor Pawluk
may then easily determine if
another student wants a ride,
and he may then stop and give
the waiting student a ride if he
Undoubtedly, this proposal
depends greatly upon the
co-operation among the students
themselves in order to work.
Students interested in
establishing some type of
transportation system between
Meade Heights and the main
building (Whether it be mini-bus
or student car pool) are asked to
go to tht DTK office next to the
T.V. Lounge and make their
This information is important
to determine whether there is a
need for a system of student
transport on campus. Remember
those cold and rainy days
walking along the roadway?
The next DTK meeting is
scheduled for April 24 at 7:00
p.m. in the Gallery Lounge. The
primary purpose of this meeting
is to acquaint prospective DTK
members with the organization.
Any student interested in joining
this honorary society is cordially
invited to attend the next
meeting on April 24th.
Prospective members are
reminded that in order to join
DTK they must hold a 3.0 grade
point average or better, and
express an interest in the social
SGA sets Spring
Definite plans for the SGA
spring elections were enunciated
by Sen. Marilyn Levin, Chairman
of the Election/Screening
Committee at the Senate
meeting on Monday night.
Election day has been set for
Thursday, April 26 with the
presidency for 1973-74 up for
grabs along with the offices of
(recording and corresponding)
hi addition, senate positions
for six program seats and four
at-large seats are open.
Candidates for these senior
positions for next year can pick
up petitions in the SGA office,
W-104, beginning today and
must be returned by 5:00 p.m.
on Monday, April 16 according
Reportedly, both seniors and
juniors can vote in the April 26
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most all of whom are
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of techniques, media and subject
matter symbolic of the works
regularly in the Common
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Gallery has been an active
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offering other colleges and
universities the opportunity to
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Included among the works is
a lithography by Joelynn Snyder
Ott, a former resident of the
Harrisburg area. Ms. Ott is
currently an instructor of
drawing. in the College of Arts
and Architecture in Penn State's
Department of Continuing
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Philadelphia, she has works in
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As we stated last week, the
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Meade Heights. His phone
number is 944-9641.