C.C. reader. ([Middletown, Pa.]) 1973-1982, October 11, 1973, Image 7

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    As a new feature to our paper
we are accepting classified ads.
The ads are free but limited to
forty words per ad. They will
run for as long as you like, a
week, two weeks, or all term. All
Ads must include your name,
address, telephone number and
the number of weeks you wish
the ad to run. All ads must be
printed and submitted to the
Reader Office in WlO4.
Jobs Wanted
(2A) Experienced female
model desiring work. Drawing,
painting, scuplture or
photography. Call Cyndy at
564-6361 in Harrisburg.
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(IUA) Kegional Planning graa
student desires full-time
employment. Prefer work
regional or urban planning
experiences in data processing
including computer operations
and keypunch. Also unit record
machines both Univac and
1.8. M. Contact Elsie Mary Hollis,
215 Woodbine, Hbg. 236-6415.
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Jobs Available
(IB) Part-time cook. Two
students looking for reliable
person to cook one evening meal
five evenings a week and clean
apartment one day a week.
Negotiable. Pineford Village
Middletown, Call 944-4240
After 8:30 p.m.
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Apartment desired within
twenty minutes of Capitol
Campus for two students. Prefer
Northern York County location.
Call Karl at 1-717-755-8295.
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Castle, Spacious. Fit for any
estate. Inquire at Capitol
Campus Chess Club. Wednesday
noon in the Gallery Lounge.
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do it
Hours- 4-12 pm
Apply in Person
2270 W. Hbg. Pike
Reader Classifieds
On Campus Day Care Service.
Interested students please phone
Kelly Simmons after 11:00 at
(10 D) Chess instruction
provided free by members of the
Capitol Campus Chess Club
Wednesdays, 12 noon, Gallery
For Sale
Sansui AU555, 50 watt amp
drives four speakers; two tape
decks; two turntables and one
aux. Must sell now! Retail price
is $250. Asking $l6O. By the
way it’s in excellent condition.
Call Bruce at 774-0764.
1967 V.W. Karman Ghia Coupe.
Green. Radio and Heater.
61,000 miles. Overall good
condition. Gets 27 m.p.g. Good
basic reliable transportation.
$7OO or most reasonable offer.
Call Paul at 944-5845.
Hammock with stand used only
a few times. Like New. Will
sacrifice at $6. Call Paul at
Bike and Camera for sale.
Three-speed, 26 inch men’s
Sunbeam (Made in England),
lightweight frame. $59.95. Also
Yashica Electro-35, 35mm
camera, $89.95. Both in
excellent condition. Contact Ed
Beck, Counseling Center Wll7
or call 533-5393 evenings.
(3E) Roll bar for Triumph
Spitfire. Like new. Asking $45.
Call Jim 944-1984.
(2E) Gowns size 10,
hairdryer, clarinet, and other
good stuff Contact Phoebe in
the Records Office.
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You deserve a break today
Do you have items of an antique
nature? Will consider purchasing
any item in spite of its apparent
uselessness. Also looking for
automobile around the year
1930, preferably a Model ‘A’
Ford. Call Paul at 944-5845.
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Wanted: One or two female
roomates to share “luxury”
apartment at Campus Manor.
Included is a dishwasher, garbage
disposal, wall to wall carpeting,
patio front, large furnished
rooms (bedroom suite needed
only) and a phone. Please
contact Terry or Carol.
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Juniors! Why wait until next
year to run the school? Come
and help us at the C.C. Reader
and who knows what may
happen next year.
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Lisa Yaffe: Old friend
desperately seeking you out.
Please contact Frank in the
Reader Office.
To Bill of 9258
Flickenger. Meet me tonight at
10 p.m. at the Meade Heights
Bus Stop. I think I can solve
your problem Signed, Silky the
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We should all be our left
and right hands.
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Karen, Hey.... 1 love you,
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Mother Goose Lives!
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Get involved! Because if nothing
about this school concerns you -
then take a correspondence
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Recreation Athletic News
We are again organizing
leagues for Capitol Campus
students, faculty and staff. Each
team will have five persons and
may be all men, all women or
mixed. Once again, Wednesday
nights at 9:15 is reserved for the
Capitol Campus League and the
Special Price is three games for
$1.40, with free shoes.
Middletown Lanes will
provide trophies for Team
Champions, High Average, High
Series and High Game. The Most
Improved Bowler will also
receive recognition.
Special Reduced Rates are
also available to Capitol Campus
students during open bowling
1. No Names
2. Beta Chi
3. Keglers
4. “It!”
5. Kozak
6. Alleycats
7. Dinkledorfs
18. XGl’s
9. Spoilers
10. Loose Ends
1. No Names 4
2. Beta Chi 4
3. Keglers 4
4. “It!” 3
5. Kozak 3
Larry Lutter (No Names) 550
Mike Zayakosky (No Names) 500
Larry Lutter (No Names) 213
There are still 2 openings for 2-5 men, women teams for the
Wednesday night league! Please sign up as soon as possible before
next Wednesday October 10, 1973. Loose Ends needs 2 bowlers and
the Keglers also need 2. Notify the Athletic Building or John Yee,
Bowling Secretary 944-3173, 9278 Flickinger St. Thank You!
H.A. Phyllis Mashman (Dinkledorfs) 132
H.A. Dee Aribovsky (Alleycats) 132
H.S. Barb Keeler (Dinkledorfs) 371
H.G. Marge Kenny (Alleycats) 143
C.C. Bowling
C.C. Bowling Results
4 0 0
4 0 0
4 0 0
3 1 0
3 1 o
1 3 0
1 3 0
0 4 0
0 4 0
0 4 0
S'* ,
times, bowl three games pay tor
two (except Sunday 1 p.m. to
closing). A 10 per cent discount
will also be granted to students
on the purchase of any ball, bag
or shoes.
Additional leagues are also
planned: a mixed League for
Thursday nights at 9:30 p.m.
Free Bowling Instruction is also
available to interested students
(4 sessions, 2 hours per session).
Forms may be picked up at
the Roundtable. For further
information call the Lanes at
944-9991 or the Athletic Office
at 787-7751.
500 CLUB
200 CLUB
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Spoilers 0
Loose Ends 0*
XGl’s 0*
Dinkledorfs 1
Alleycats 1
* Forfeit