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By Marsha Larsen
to 11/12 Student Art Exhibit (multi media), HACC, Mon-Fri
to 11/28 Pennsylvania in Prints AND Birds' Eggs: The Hall H.
Harrison Collection, Wm. Penn Museum, Tue-Sat 9-5, Sun 12-5,
to 11/30 Royal Netherlands Embassy: Historical Exhibit,
Capitol Campus Lounge.
to 12/5 Giving Baby the Air AND A Salute to Frankenfield, Wm
Penn Museum, FREE.
to 12/31 The U.S.S. Pennsylvania and Her Silver; Chair, Chest
and Table; AND The Lure and Lore of Fishing, Wm. Penn
11/9 REO Speedwagon, Survivor, Spectrum, Bpm, $6-9-11
Tickets at Ticketron.
11/11, 13 Quartet, Wm. Penn Museum, Thurs 12:30pm, Sat
11/12 Stairway to Heaven (fantasy), HACC, Bpm, FREE.
11/14 From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (Academy
Award-winning documentary), West Shore Theater,
1-2:45-4:3opm, $3.50-5. Sponsored by Friends of the Symphony.
For tickets: 534-2475.
11/9 Out of Control (comedy) with Quiet Riot, Capitol Campus
11/11 Women I Have Known (dramatization), HACC, Bpm, $3,
For tickets: 780-2560, Mon-Fri, noon-3.
to 11/14 The Star-Spangled Girl (comedy), Allenberry
Playhouse; Tue-Sat B:3opm, Wed & Sat Matinee 2pm, Sun Matinee
3pm; matinees $6.50, Tue-Thurs $5-6.50-7.25, Fri-Sat $7.50-8.25
to 11/21 The Passion of Dracula (melodrama), Hbg. Community
Theatre, Thurs-Sat Bpm, $7.
to 11/28 The Titans: Jupiter and Saturn (planetarium show),
Wm. Penn Museum, Sat & Sun 1:30 & 3:00, FREE.
"JORDAN" from page 1
departmental chairman to the
Jordan left Kentucky to
become chairman of the depart
ment of music at UTA and was
then appointed vice president
for student affairs. In 1970 he
was named president ad in
terim of the Austin campus,
served for a year, and was
namedpresident of UTD, the
upper division campus.
Besides his activities in the
University of Texas System,
Jordan also served as president
of the Association of Upper
Level Colleges and Universities
and on various committees of
the American Association of
State Colleges and Univer
Because he comes from a
very successful academic
career, we asked him if at 59 he
sees himself being a caretaker
of Penn State until his retire.
ment. He said, "No, I promise
Law Schol Admission Test (LSAT) is scheduled for Dec. 4;
and, the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) will be ad
ministered on Dec. 11.
For the LSAT, the late registration deadline is Nov. 5-11; and,
for the GRE late registration is from Nov. 6-11.
For many students, the Dec. examinations may be the last
realistic examination for September 1983 admissions.
The "Lion's Tale" will be carrying further information on
"test dates to remember" and Counseling center program dates
on a regular basis.
Thanks to the efforts of Pi Sigma Chi, the children at Hershey
Medical Center had a deliciously ghoulish Halloween this year.
Members of the fraternity received monetary contributions
from faculty, staff and students to purchase the goodies for the
Jim Dickson, President of Pi Sigma . Chi, feels that "this was
an important event because fraternity members reached
beyond the bounds of Capitol Campus into the community.
Everyone who participated were rewarded by helping others.
Tenth term psychology major Dave Balser has been appointed
and approved by the Student Government Association as Chief
Justice of the Student Court. The appointment was made at last
Monday's SGA meeting, according to Kim Guzzi, secretary.
In this position, Balser will be replacing Sharon Jacoby, who
will be graduating this term.
Yvonne Harhigh and Sarah Hoover, both members of the Penn
State/Capitol Campus Women's Volleyball Team, were named to
the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, District 19,
Women's Volleyball Team.
Other District 19 representatives are Theresa Reed, Sharon
Snyder, Joanne Fjaden, and Cindy Turney, all members of the
Wilmington College (Delaware) squad.
Wilmington College, by virtue of their victory over Capitol Cam
pus, will represent District 19 in area competition, November 12
and 13, hosted by South Carolina University at Spartanburg.
Donna Kirker, Managing Editor of the '`Lion's Tale" has an
nounced that the weekly publication will be distributed on Mon
days as opposed to its previous Friday delivery.
Deadline for the weekly publication will be Wednesday prior to
distribution. This Wednesday will be the final day to submit
materials for the November 15 "Lion's Tale." Copy is to be sub
mitted in the Capitol Times mailbox in room W-110 or in the
publications office, W-129.
"The 'Tale' is designed to bring information to the campus
about the next week's happenings as well as briefly covering last
week's activities," said Kirker.
not to be a caretaker... Penn
State is a complex institution
and there is a lot to be done."
"We need to tie the Universi
ty to industrial development,
the high technology industries,
with professional ties," Jordan
said. "We know that Governor
Thornburgh has been critical in
this development and we hope
to help the governor, whoever
he is, in developing the
economy of Pennsylvania, prob
_along the lines of high
technology such as engineering,
applied science, quantum elec
tronics, laser, robotics,
dustrial biology, microelec
tronics and the basic sciences
at the heart of business and in
dustrial development." He feels
these areas are necessary for
growth in Pennsylvania during
the next 20 to 30 years.
Jordan will have more to say
to us on these subjects at
Capitol Campus soon. Jordan
told Capitol Times he plans to
visit our campus before the end
of this year. See editorial page 5