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Penn State Capitol's Varsity Tennis Team recently ended its season by
finishing second in its conference. Pictured above is the team with its conference
The surge of belief in astrology
continues unabated as millions of Amer
icans study the stars for guidance in
leading their daily lives. What follows
may look like your typical astrology
column, but it offers somewhat atypical
analyses of those born under the various
monthly signs. Perhaps most mysterious
of all is the source of this particular
personality prospectus. Widely though
anonymously circulated throughout Cal
ifornia, it fell into the hands of the San
Francisco magazine Mother Jones,
whose editors claimed that it had been
found by a janitor , at the Suicide Preven
tion Center. The original author, how
ever, has yet to step forward and accept
responsibility, perhaps for fear of retri
bution by true believers, if not by the
GEMINI (May 21-June 211-You are a
quick and intelligent thinker. People like
you because you are a bisexual. How
ever, you are inclined to expect too much
for too little. This means you are cheap.
Geminis are known for incest.
CANCER (June 22-July 21)--You are
sympathetic and understanding about
other people's problems. They think you
are a sucker. You are always putting
things off. That's why you'll never make
anything of yourself. Most welfare reci
pients are Cancer people.
LEO (July 22-August 21)--You con
sider yourself a born leader. Others
think you are pushy. Most Leo people
are bullies. You are vain, and dislike
honest criticism. Your arrogance is dis
gusting. Leo people are thieves.
VIRGO (August 22-September 22)--
You are the logical type, and hate
disorder. This nit-picking is sickening to
your. friends. You are cold and unemo
tional, and sometimes fall asleep while
making love. Virgos make good bus
LIBRA (September 23-October 22)--
You are the artistic type, and have a
difficult time with reality. If you are a
man, you are more than likely queer.
READER photo by Harry R. Moyer
Chances tor employment and monetary
gains are excellent. Most Libra women
are good prostitutes. All Libras die of
SCORPIO (October 23-November 21)
--You are shrewd in business, and cannot
be trusted. You will achieve the pinnacle
of success because of your total lack of
ethics. Most Scorpio people are
SAGITTARIUS (November 22-
December 21)--You are optimistic and
enthusiastic. You have a reckless ten
dency to rely on luck, since you lack
talent. The majority of Sagittarians are
drunks or dope fiends. People laugh at
you a great deal.
CAPRICORN (December 22-January
20)--You are a conservative, and afraid of
taking risks. You don't do much of
anything, and are lazy. There has never
been a Capricorn of any importance.
Capricorns should avoid standing still for
too long, as they take root and become
AQUARIUS (January 21-February
19)--You have an inventive mind, and are
jealous and possessive. You lie a great
deal. On the other hand, you are inclined
to be reckless and impractical; therefore,
you make the same mistakes over and
over again. People think you are stupid.
PISCES (February 20 March 20)--
You have a vivid imagination, and often
think you are being followed by the CIA
or FBI. You have minor influence over
your associates, and people resent you
for flaunting your power. You lack
confidence, and are generally a coward.
Pisceans do terrible things to small
ARIES (March 21-April 19) You are
the pioneer type, and hold most people in
contempt. You are quick-tempered, im
patient, and scornful of advice. You are
not very nice.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)--You are
practical and persistent. You have a
dogged determination, and work like
hell. Most people think you are stubborn
and bull-headed. You are a communist.
Thursday, May 28, 1981
With this being the next to the last issue of the C.C. Reader for this academic
year, we wanted to share with you what information we have regarding the
administration of the Graduate Record Examinations, Graduate Management
Admissions Test, and the Law School Admissions Test for the 1981-82 academic
year. While the information is not entirely complete, hopefully it will help those
having to take these examinations to plan appropriately. Since Fall registration
deadline for GRE and LSAT occur before school begins, you may want to contact
our office in August to obtain the application forms.
*Registration deadlines have not yet been published. Students wishing
registration material can reserve a - copy by stopping by the Counseling Center, or
by calling 948-6025. Material will be distributed as soon as it is available,
sometime this summer.
NTE (National Teachers Examination) Information about test dates and
registration deadlines is not available at this time. Students wishing to obtain
copies of the registration materials, when they become available, may reserve
copies by stopping by the Counseling Center in W-117, or by calling 948-6025.
Miller Analogy Tests (M.A.T.'s) are given daily, by appointment, in the
To all of you seniors and graduate students who are graduating in June and
August, we wish you the very best of luck and invite you to drop by to see us
when you're in the area. For all of you juniors and graduate students who are
taking a summer break, we hope you have a pleasant and productive time. We
look forward to seeing and serving you again when you return.
And, to those of you who will be taking courses this summer, we'll be here
every day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to assist you with any counseling concerns you
may have. So, stop on by or call 948-6025 for an appointment.
On Tuesday, June 2, the Public Affairs Association will host David Cortright,
the Executive Director of the National Committee for SANE nuclear policy. Mr.
Cortright's lecture will focus on the case of the MX missiles.
Mr. Cortright has held his current position since 1977. Through SANE, he
initiated the national effort to stop the MX missile. Mr. Cortright has researched
the strategic, economic, and environmental implications of the MX, and has
organized widespread opposition to it.
Mr. Cortright's lecture is slated for noon in the Gallery Lounge. Be there!
jacket with a zipper, and one V-necked
The following items have been found
on campus and can be retrieved in the sweater with blue and gray stripes.
Business Office in Room 114: five um- Some other items currently in the
brellas, ten single gloves, ten pairs of Lost and Found Department include
gloves, two light scarfs, two heavy calculators, sunglasses, glasses, keys, a
scarfs, two belts, one red/yellow/black radio-cassette player, a man's watch, and
child's jacket, one dark blue vinyl jacket extension cord/power unit for a calcula
with snaps, one suede leather pile lined tor. There is also assorted jewelry and
jacket, one blue hooded sweatsuit-type several containers of Sinex and Anacin
Counseling Center News
Test Dates to Remember
(1) A late fee will be charged. Consult Bulletin of Information
(2) Exam will be administered at Capitol Campus.
(3) Only the Aptitude Test will be administered.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS ASSOCIATION
LOST AND FOUND
Regular Registration Late Registration
Deadline Deadline (1)
3 / 1 9/82
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Sept. 18-22, 1981
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Jan. 2-12, 1982
March 20-30, 1982
May 8-18, 1982