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MARATHON [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

MARATHON Beginning at 9 p.m. on Tuesday we're starting off "Old Times Week" with a Marathon Dance in vendorville. Those of you who saw "They Shoot Horses Don't They" might have some ideas as to what a marathon is all about. However, we think our Marathon Dance will be a lot less painful and a lot more fun. We're starting off with one solid hour of good old rock and roll to drain some of that energy out of the dancers. During this time prizes will be awarded to the club with the most participants, best 50's dancers, and best dressed dancers. The final prize will be given to the couple who stays on their feet the longest. Frankly, I don't think there will be more than 5 or 6 couples who enter the marathon. Those crazy kids of the thirties really had their shit together and I don't think we can match them. I hope you prove me wrong. Okay, so how do you enter? Just sign up in the Student Activities Office (W-105). Give your name and your partner's name and what club or organizat...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Footnotes on 1972 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

Footnotes on 1972 by Michael Chew Well kids, this is a big year for me, and alot of others like us. The reason is that the Harrisburg Eight Trial is starting, and it is an election year. I was said of one of the defendants of the 'Eight', that they would like to thank Mr. J. Edgar Hoover for the services that he is rendering. Here it is, it may well be the trial of the century. Will it be the continuance of ultimate repression, or will it be a sounding board for the world? What do we have to say and feel about this country, and what we are experiencing now? We had the Chicago Trial, in which justice was shown to be what it really is. In this trial, there was much theatre of the counter-culture, gorilla or otherwise. The courtroom was a parody of American life-the thing is, was it a parody of yesterday, today, or tomorrow. That trial seemed to be one of 'hash and much delusion', but the Harrisburg Eight Trial will be right down on the hard line of reality. There are no actors...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

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Capitol Campus Library Booksale [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

Capitol Campus Library Booksale The Library will conduct a continuing booksale of duplicates and discarded volumes beginning Thursday, January 20th. Thebooks will be located in the corridor of the Library near the entrance to the Librarian's Office. The hours of the sale will be 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Organization News [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

Organization News The Drama Club The Drama Gub is seeking help from anyone interested in working in the upcoming production of Edward Albee's play entitled TINY ALICE. Giff Balson, director of the production, expressed a great need for people to work in such areas of the production as: lighting, props, makeup, wardrobe, publicity and program distribution. This is the third term that the Drama Gub has been working on campus. In the past the club has presented productions of THE MAD WOMAN OF CHALOT and a series of one act plays. The club's purpose is to try to utilize and develop creative arts in a variety of ways which apply to production techniques in the theater. Cliff expressed enthusiasm with the progress of the production to this point but added that more people are needed if the play is to be a real success. Anyone interested in helping in the production of TINY ALICE can contact any of the following people: Director, Giff Balson; Stage Manager, Elaine Marra; Wardrobe &...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

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Standard Deviation [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

Standard Deviation many swirling energy patterns-different synaptic transmissions energize-the patterns develope, the communication unending forever in a mind stream drawn blank by ages of the death, but in the darkness a light-drawn towards its mirror, there only a mirror to be found, and the windows of your soul-ageless in beauty, romantic in thought--the day dreams by, is sucked into the ever foreboding night, day an night, light an dark-in the darkness there is light, the likewise for lightness, as thought; the vast darkness unkown and unexplored-some insanity beckons from these reaches; and drawn to them to a mirror-only facing yourself now-the string breaks and the bag of chemicals falls and smashes-a bright cosmic flash takes us to that darkness, and in its many faceted madnessstories are to be told, a million carats spinning, each with a tale. Now that we have ascended to the thirteenth star of bhudda, the sun shrinks a little, a little more, until the sun shows no l...

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University Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

University Scholarships Application materials for University Scholarships may be picked up in Room E-106. These scholarships are for the 1972-73 Academic Year, and are awarded to students who: 1. Give evidence of superior academic attainment (usually with a cumulative average of 3.00 or better); 2. Have a financial need, as verified by the Parents' Confidential Statement. Those students who are interested should see Miss Toni Jennings before the deadline date of February 11,1972.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

Subscription Form HARRISBURG INDEPENDENT PRESS ? 6 months for $5.00 1004 N. Third Street ? 1 year for $8.00 Harrisburg, Pa. 17102 P Sponsoring Subscriber, 1 yr. $20.00 Name Address Zip

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THE B.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

THE B.C. While listening to a story about an older woman who, in good faith, had claimed her cat as a dependent for 20 years, I thought it would be a good idea for the Business Column to define for others with the same problem exactly what the Internal Revenue considers a dependent. (Besides that, we couldn't think of anything else to write about.) To claim a dependent or be claimed as a dependent, there are five tests that must be passed. The first test is support. More than 50% of the dependent's support must be supplied by the person claiming the dependent. The exception to this is if you furnish over , 10% but not more than 50% of his total support, and if what you and others (except the dependent) contribute adds up to more than 50% of the dependent's support, he can be claimed. The second test is that the person being claimed must not have a gross taxable income of more than $675. The exception to this is if the person being claimed is your child and is under 19 years ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

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Smilin' Faces [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

Smilin' Faces by Steve Wesley and Steve Rosensweig Happy New Year and Welcome new students-also the returning lettermen. You can tell the seniors-they are the ones who are back with shaved heads. We have to impress the interviewers. You can also tell those of us who went to the Cotton Bowl-Look for black eyes. You can't see the bruised ribs. My partner, Steve Rosensweig, is student-teaching so I'm willing to accept nit or wit for this column. Welcome back Nancy Colnes. I went to the placement office at 7:30 a.m. the other morning to sign up for interviews. There must have been 150 people in line-reminded me of the good old Navy days. Congrats to the football team for their victory in the Cotton Bowl. 30-6 over Texas. For all you ski freaks~I hope it snows soon. For all you people who don't like snow-go to Florida. Belated birthday wishes to Chris Beppel. If any of ya'll (I picked that up in Texas) has a birthday, let me know. It might be the only time to get your name in the...

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FACULTY PROFILE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

FACULTY PROFILE by Michael Nonnemacher and Michael Collins One of the more familiar beards on campus belongs to Dr. Edgar Racey, the subject of this week's Faculty Profile. Having attended the University of Texas, Ohio State, Stanford and Claremont Grad School, Dr. Racey received degrees in English and Interdisciplinary Studies with emphasis on philosophy and psychology Racey joined the Penn State faculty five years ago and currently teaches courses in English and Humanities. He was also a one time chairman of the Humanities Department here. Since he began teaching here, Dr. Racey has observed the University gradually shifting from a free, unstructured institution, to one which is increasingly incorporating the traditional ideas of education and administration typical of American schools. He "thinks it's a pity that this is occuring. The university is one of the few businesses today where the customer is wrong and he is afraid this might happen to our school. He professes th...

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IT'S ALL IN A CARTOON [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

IT'S ALL IN A CARTOON PAUSE: by Michael Patti There is a certain part of the earth, which by nature, only my own, we haven't seemed at all to discuss, the city and life at its finest. Why, just think of everything that's there. Yes! It's all right outside of your cardboard illusion, take the top off and try to look to see the sky from the pavement, maybe even a few trees, and green grass of the capitol lawn. I stop and rap with a squirrel, he runs up, and all he sez: Right on, with his fist raised to sky above his head and mine. Things were not well at this point, but not all is always well. Just yesterday the city streets, the buildings, the noises, the people took on a strange perspective, and spoke profusely of their goods, others less obviously involved in the total makeup of the picture, spoke of the ills which seem to have beset us all. The play was a plight of a play, a mockery of parody with true cynics delight. Easing forward on the bench to observe the tension, a...

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EXHIBITION SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

EXHIBITION SCHEDULE Winter-Spring of 1972 WILLIAM PENN MEMORIAL MUSEUM, Harrisburg, Penna. Through February 6, 1972 Prints and paintings by Linda Plotkin of State College, Penna. Sculpture (Pictorial Participations) by Roger Shipley of Williamsport, Pa. February 19 through March 12, 1972 Scholastic Art Awards — the best of junior and high school art in Central Pa. March 31 through May 14,1972 Paintings of Western Pennsylvania by George Hetzel April 9 through May 14, 1972 A five woman show of paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture: Florence Putterman, printmaker, from Selinsgrove, Pa. Dee Blumenthal, painter, from State College, Pa. We n d y Sn e t singer, photographer, from State College Jean Osborn, painter, from State College Mary Cady Ruebenstein, sculptor, from State College

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

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SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

SPORTS Basketball News Shippensburg Wins by Charlie Carlin The 1972 edition of Capitol Campus basketball was unveiled on Jan. 7, as the Lions played the Shippensburg Frosh. It was an exciting contest as Capitol trailed by only two points at the half. But in the final eight minutes Shippensburg surged ahead to finally winthe game by the score of 82 to 57. Paul Hook paced the lions with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Rick Miller had 14 points and Ed Sites had 13 markers to lead the lions, as the team got the season off to a rough start in the unfriendly confines of the new Shippensburg State College Field House.

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