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Mrs. W. E. DuBois Speaks At Lincoln "Egypt Is Africa" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
Mrs. W. E. DuBois Speaks At Lincoln "Egypt Is Africa" by Chandler D. Wolf Mrs. W. E. DuBois, wife of the late Dr. W. E. DuBois founder of the Pan American Movement, renowned black author and lecturer spoke at the campus of Lincoln University. Mrs. DuBois spoke to an over flowing crowd of about 450 to 500 at the Lincoln University Chapel. Addressing herself to the theme "Egypt is Africa", she articulately capitolized upon the contributions of black men and the unity of black citizenry around the world. Emphasizing the beauty of BLACKNESS, Mrs. DuBois pointed to Egypt again in reference to Cleopatra for whom Mark Anthony led the armies of Egypt against Roman invasion. Cleopatra as evident was no white woman (L. Taylor) but "BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL."' The point that most enlighten me was prompted by a question asked from the audience. The question addressed to Mrs. DuBois concerned her late husband's leaving — an emphasis upon his leaving America for reasons of the hopelessness of...
Cops On Campus... Paranoia! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
Cops On Campus... Paranoia! by Skip Lewis "Who protects us?" "Who has jurisdiction in Meade Heights?" "How much happy B.S. must I take from the Globe Security Guards?" These and questions like these have come in the wake of vehicle code violations, tickets, and disturbing the peace warnings. None of this took place last year, or if it did, not so blatantly. But even in Utopia, rules for conduct must be adhered to and someone or somebody must be delegated to keep peace and provide safety. Who are these someones? Glad you asked. Capitol Campus is state owned property and is subject to all pertinent Penna. state laws, which of course means that the state Police have authority over one and all at this campus. Although they work in conjunction with Lower Swatara, it would be unwise to believe they cannot arrest nor ticket you for violations of the law. So keep off the "grass". Capitol Campus is located within the fifteen square miles that comprise Lower Swatara Township, and must...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
OLD STONE INN ATTENTION HUNGRY STUDENTS SMORGASBORD (ALL YOU CAN EAT) Daily — 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. — $1.30 Evenings — (Larger Selection) 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. — $2.00 Sundays — 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. — $2.00 Weekdays — Steak Special: Filet Migon or Delmonica with Potato and Vegetable Bread and Butter — $2.00 Ala Carte Menu Available n UJUt to 11:30 pm> Your Favorite Mixed Drinks and Beer Served Route 230 Between Highspire and Middletown Phone 944-9209 CLOSED MONDAYS !
Poet's Corner [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
Poet's Corner by Charles It's rain again this evening, Albert, You know what that should mean Miss Loneliness will show up soon To sadden the evening's dream. It's just like her to pick a night Which should be spent at rest With some sweet lover lying near To offer her nectared breast. But the suckling won't be sweet tonight With Loneliness so near Her bosom's milk is paranoia Spiced with salts of fear. My God, a man gets so strung out For woman's healing touch His soul dries up inside if he Should think of her too much The evening's rain won't quench the thirst Nor serve to heal the wound. It only makes my mind ache worse By closing in the room. Albert, Albert, why the hell Can't I escape this present? A little femninity Could make my now so pleasant. But no one new and nothing good Will show up on the scene I only know that she'll return To he who she has weened. If the rain will only slack enough Perhaps I'll go outside And find another place in which I may attempt to h...
Dr. Olivio Lagrone: New Prof Of Black Experience [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
Dr. Olivio Lagrone: New Prof Of Black Experience by Chandler Wolf Black History was the subject of Dr. Olivio Lagrone, reknowned black artist, sculptor, author, and poet from Detroit, as he outlined the contributions of Black Americans in a presentation at the Community Center of Middletown. The presentation of Dr. Lagrone was part of an endeavor by one of our Capitol students to shed light upon aspects of the Black man's heritage. Dr. Legrone's lecture, given at the center on October 12, was received with enthusiasm by those in attendance. The remarkable nature of this man's presentation was illustrated in the effectiveness of his communication with the local area youth present. Certainly, Capitol Campus is quite fortunate to have a man such as Dr. Lagrone on its faculty this year. He is a black man of genuine talent and genius in his field of the arts.
Highspire Man Admits To Slaying [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
Highspire Man Admits To Slaying by Roger Nielsen Ronald Lebo, 28, of 193 Market St., Highspire confessed to the slaying of an albino button buck, Lebo willingly confessed to a reporter from the Sunday Patriot News. His confession appeared in the October 11, 1970 edition of that paper. Lebo spoke freely about his actions. He was quoted as saying, "There's no comparison between a rifle and a bow kill." "A rifle does all the work for you, but the bow makes it a real thrill because you have to get in so much closer to the game." The same article also stated that Lebo had previously slain two other deer with a rifle. The Highspire Police Department has as yet failed to bring Lebo to justice. At last report, he is still at large.
How About A Book Exchange Next Term? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
How About A Book Exchange Next Term? by Skip Lewis Anyone who has his ear remotely to the ground cannot but know the complexities that now trouble our SGA, but with all dark skies, there are some rays of sunshine that we can all be thankful for. Judy Jennings is one of those rays. She is a Junior who, untroubled by overall problems, decided that a book exchange was in order and decided to take her idea to SGA President Lee Levan. Lee was very receptive to the formation of such a service for the student body. Three things are needed: a place in which to operate, and, of course, materials. As usual the "time hangup" comes with the acquisition of materials; but a plan has been developed. Here is how the Book Exchange will work. Let's say you have a book from one of last year's endeavors that you wish to turn into money. Fine. You go to the Book Exchange. The little lady behind the counter gives you a card which you fill out with some pertinent.data about the book. The card goes o...
Capitol Campus Head Shop Comes Alive [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
Capitol Campus Head Shop Comes Alive by Lee Nell A couple of weeks ago, several students got together with Iris Prager, Toni Jennings, Pat Murphy and Marian Kreiger to plan a comprehensive drug program for Capitol Campus. Since Iris, Toni, Pat and Marian are employed by the University, you may assume correctly that this drug program will not include dispensing of pills, acid, grass, et al. This may be bad news to some of you, but it should be good news too. The University has taken steps to sponsor a student-planned program with emphasis on interest, education and help for one and all. The program will include two major aspects — education and rescue. Some of the details on the rescue aspect have not been settled yet, but the main idea is to have one tele-: phone number where anyone can call if he is on a bummer and needs help. What has been decided is as follows: the telephone line should be open 24 hours a day; the rescue staff will be there to help and to help alone; the ...
AWARENESS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
AWARENESS (continued from page 3) ness and support. The Student Awareness Committee is now initiating their combined group plans for the Saturday, Oct. 31, 1970 mass rally and peace moratorium to be held in Harrisburg. Capitol Campus will be the hub from which all peace activities will stem for the Harrisburg area. A major concern has been in stimulating and mounting support from the neighboring colleges and high schools. In general, plans seem to be running smoothly for the Awareness Committee. Jim Benn said "I think this could be the biggest thing Harrisburg has ever seen." Personally, I think his prediction is quite possible and would like to see it happen, but without the student body's support, we could fail. Actually, if this attempt fails, you will fail. The Student Awareness Committee wishes to convey its gratitude to all its members and wants to offer new membership to all interested and competent students. Take an active role in our community. This is our world now a...
November Sports Activities CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
November Sports Activities CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM ANNOUNCED The Cross Country Squad is as follows: Ed DeCook, captain; Bob Bell, Ralph Bradley, Lucien Cross, Bob Pace, Joe Popeck, Carl Remley, Tim Ramsey, Ken Scuddy, Gary Stephenson, Jim Vanko, Charles Young, Bo Lukawski, George Gallandorm, and E. Kenneth Archer. Bicycle Derby - Men, Women, Co-Ed Nov. 2, 12 noon — Nov. 4 Walk-a-mile - Men, Women Nov. 16, 12 noon — Nov. 18 Volleyball - Men, Women, Co-Ed Nov. 29, 5 p.m. — Nov. 2 Cross Country - Men, Women Nov. 9, 12 noon — Nov. 11 Fencing - Men, Women — TEA Student Center — Wed. 10 a.m. Athletic Building or Student Center Wed. 10 a.m. Dorms, Meade Heights, Base Gym TBA Student Center — Wed. 10 a.m. Athletic Building — TBA TBA - To Be Announced SPORTS Horseshoes - Doubles: Men, Women, Co-ed — Singles: Men, Women. Double elimination tournament in each series. Games begin — November 2nd in Meade Heights and Student Center. Obtain entry forms from the Athletic Building or your R.A. Re...
Body-Building Equipment Available [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
Body-Building Equipment Available by Tony McGovern A question I found myself asking when I wanted to release some tension from the daily academic activities during the winter term, last year was, "Where is the Athletic Buildling?" I referred to the student handbook and found myself in the middle of a room with all types of equipment quite unfamiliar to me. The weight pulleys, the gripping bar, and the rowing machine were a few of the foreign contraptions. To an athletic minded person, they would be a common sight. The equipment was, and still is, in good condition. In another section, is the weight room where various length bars and weights of all sizes can be found. Bob Stantley, the athletic-recreation coordinator told me of his intentions to form a flag football team very shortly, for girls. The Judo Club meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from four to six, and the slimnastic group meets the same days from 7 to 8:30 in the athletic building. The Base Gym is located on the Air B...
got to go ... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
got to go ... CHOICE USED CARS. . . SEDANS and HABDTOPS '70 FURY III 4' Door Hardtop, automatic, radio, heater, power steering & brakes, air cond., light package, white walls, wheel covers, etc. White Finish $3295 '69 DODGE Monaco, 4-Dr. Sedan, Aut., R. & H., P.S. & P.B. Only 11,000 Miles : $2795 '69 DODGE Polara 2-dr. H.T., Auto., P.S., P.B., Air $2795 '69 FURY III 2-dr. H.T., A.T., P.S., R., Gold Finish $2595 '69 SUNBEAM Alpine GT, 2-Dr. H.T., 4-Speed, R. & H $1895 '68 VOLVO 144S, 4-Dr. Sedan, Aut., R. & H $1995 '68 PONTIAC GTO, 2-Dr. H.T., Auto., R & H., P.S., & P.B $2395 '68 CHRYSLER Newport, 4-Dr. Sedan, Aut., R. & H., P.S., Air Cond $2495 •68 PLYMOUTH Satellite 4-dr., "6", Auto. Radio, Heater $1895 '68 FORD Gal. "500" 2-Dr. H-Top., Auto., P.S., R. & H„ Gold $1995 •67 FURY VIP, 4-Dr. H.T., Gold, Black Vinyl Roof, Aut., R. & H., P.S., P.B., P.W. Air Cond $2195 '67 PLYMOUTH VIP H-Top, A.T., P....
SGA News [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 30 October 1970
SGA News On Wednesday, October 14th, SGA endorsed unanimously the drug counseling service offered by the Counseling Office. This occurred at SGA's regular meeting. The following are Lee Levan's appointments to the proposed Athletic Council: Ralph Rossi, 933A Mars, 944-7918 Donald "Bill" Garret, 1765 Rosedale Ave., Lot 6, 939-794 Al Hooper, Apt. 2, University Apts., 944-1016 Pnqrque?? . anyone knowing this student's Identity please contact the Capitolist Office! !
Pa. Collegiate Editors Rate Pollution More Important Than Vietnam [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
Pa. Collegiate Editors Rate Pollution More Important Than Vietnam by Dan Deely PCPA President PITTSBURGH — "Pollution—environmental health" received more votes than the Vietnam War in a survey of Pennsylvania collegiate editors to determine the "greatest problems and challenges facing America today." Pollution edged the war, 31-29, in a poll of 40 editors conducted by the Pennsylvania Collegiate Press Association. Race Relations was a distant third with 16 votes. Each editor was given a list of 30 items and asked to check the five areas they considered "most important" and five areas they considered "least important." Religion's Decline (23), Pornography (22), and Space Exploration (21) ranked 1-2-3 among the areas considered "least important" by the editors. Editors cited 12 problem areas that were not on the list: —Privacy (lack of, and invasion of) —America's political system —Police brutality —Unresponsive political structures —World relations —Personal interest —Popul...
XGFs Plan Operation Santa [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
XGFs Plan Operation Santa Capitol Campus Gothic — Edie Smith and Ed Kirk dress up for the Pumpkin Festivities! by Vince Pinizzotto Yuletime bells are about to ring out once again. But for some of our fellow Americans, it will be merely another day in the life of a soldier. Reference is being made to our combat men in Vietnam who are risking their lives that you and I can live in this country. It is they who are making it possible for you and I to receive an education, offer constructive dissent to the establishment, speak freely of our dissatisfactions and, in short, just "do our own thing." It is for these reasons that the XGI Fraternity is asking your support with Operation Santa Claus — an effort to send to our boys in Nam normally-hard-to-obtain items that they certainly can use. Your cooperation in this effort would be deeply appreciated by our fighting men for it is they who were asked to make the supreme sacrifice —whether they support our Nation's Stand or not. So wh...
SGA ANNOUNCES 71 BUDGETS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
SGA ANNOUNCES 71 BUDGETS THE 1970-71 CLUB BUDGETS Are as follows: Balance Carried Over ASK GET TOTAL WZAP 0 1,762.00 1,525.00 1,525.00 Yearbook 0 3,180.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 Newspaper 0 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 Social Committee 82.04 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,082.04 Meade Heights 0 923.00 300.00 300.00 Photography 0 463.00 273.00 273.00 Human Services Club 0 945.00 280.00 280.00 Business Club . ¦ 55.20 1,235.00 140.00 195.20 Flying Club 0 100.00 25.00 25.00 Ski Club 44.47 1,004.00 300.00 344.47 IEEE 0 144.00 60.00 60.00 Young Democrats 10.77 100.00 25.00 35.77 Cheerleaders 15.44 250.00 125.00 140.44 XGI 20.95 380.00 100.00 120.95 PSEA 0 280.00 150.00 150.00 Black Student Union 0 315.00 300.00 300.00 Judo Club 0 254.50 64.00 64.00 Respectfully Submitted, Budget Committee