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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Democrat future is topic at Election Forum [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Democrat future is topic at Election Forum (continued from pg. 1) Democratic convention was the black community. "Constituency groups must practice together with other constituency groups in coalition politics," said Bresler, "The lack of interaction between the union, feminist and black leaders contributed to the downfall of the Democratic Party." Ignoring the South was the fourth mistake Bresler listed. "The Democratic Party may not win a national election without the South, Bresler said. He cited other presidents such as Jimmy Carter, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Harry Truman and Franklin Roosevelt who won the South and the presidency. But it was Mondale's inability to challenge the President's promise of low taxes that was his last mistake, Bresler said. Nobody wanted Mondale's proposal, which Bresler labled "quite reactionary." Bresler went on to say that the gap between the white and black votes increased by 13 percentage points from 1980 to 1984, indicating a larger ...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Yearbook pictures taken now [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Yearbook pictures taken now December graduates can sign up for senior pictures through Friday, November 30 at 5 p.m. in room W-104 Olmsted.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Briefs

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

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Runmen take cup [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Runmen take cup By Angelo Vecchio The Capitol Campus crosscountry team won the Keystone Athletic Conference (KAC) Championship Nov. 3, although the achievement was tarnished by the fact that only one other team, Alvernia, showed up for the KAC meet. Capitol won, 22-36, led by Al Newhart, who ran a time of 29:50, well off from his usual pace. Newhart wasn't the only player turning in an unusually high time, according to coach Bud Smitley. "The performances didn't show good times," he said. "Most of the guys were off pace, and I think the hot weather had a lot to do with it." Still, Smitley was quite pleased with the team's overall performance over the 1984 season. "Last year, we had a more balanced team, with a healthy Joel Hagger.. This year, Joel had a nagging foot injury. He'll still be eligible next year. But other guys picked up the slack — guys like Rich Bergins and Rob Legath, who hadn's competed before — improved all year long. That's how we finished with a record...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Alumni compete in hoop contest [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Alumni compete in hoop contest By Angelo Vecchio Immediately preceding the exciting Capitol basketball home-opener was another exciting game: Capitol Campus defeated Capitol Campus, 78-75. That's right, basketballplaying alumni from the odd years, 1973-83, defeated Capitol grads from the even years, 1974-84. Top scorers from the odd years included Charlie Stokes, '83, Lee Holtz, '83, Jack Wilson, '81, Terryl Ferrel, '81, and Paul Hook, '73. Leaders for the even years were Bob Zalno, '84, Brian Gauger, '84, John Portz, '82, Cliff Lewis, '80, and Ben Fox, '80. The game provided a fun reunion for many, and a good time for others.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

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Capitol B-Ball sets scoring record [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Capitol B-Ball sets scoring record By Angelo Vecchio If the Capitol Campus basketball team's home opener is, any indication of what the 1984-85 season has in store, everyone is in for quite a year. The Lions defeated Swarthmore in overtime, 134 - 128, before a good-sized crowd at their Nov. 17 home debut. Bill Ochall's 52 points established a new Capitol Campus record for the most points scored in a single game by one player (Jack Wilson held the old record of 49 set in 1981). The team als set a game-high record by scoring 134. Coach Charlie Bowen and assistant Jack Messinger took Capitol into the locker room at half-time, leading 58-57. But a strong second-half performance by the visitors, led by Tole Hart (who pulled in Swarthmore's game high of 33 points), left the game tied at the end of regulation play, 117-117. The Lions outscored Swarthmore in the overtime period, 17-11, to capture the win. Ochall's sterling performance was supported by four other Lions scoring in d...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Athletic Assoc, meets goal [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Athletic Assoc, meets goal A recent attempt to raise money for Capitol Campus' athletic department nearly reached this year's goal, according to Athletic Director Bud Smitley. The Capitol Campus Athletic Association's third annual Jog/Walk-a-thon was held recently and Smitley said that total contributions, when fully counted, will be close to this year's goal of $2500. Fifty runners participated in the fund-raiser, designed to help with atheletic equipment and expenses on campus. Smitley seemed pleased with the event. "In the three years that the Jog/Walk-a-thon has been held, the CCAA has managed to raise over $5000. This money is used for things like uniforms and equipment," Smitley said. - Angelo Vecchio

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Fox's Market

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

When jogging, doing pushups, swimming, playing tennis or other sports be sure to drink extra water or fruit juices to replace what, is lost in perspiration. Also chew some pumpkin seeds to help replace zinc.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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'Comet' brings a lifeless year [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

'Comet' brings a lifeless year By Don Strausburger "It was the last thing on earth they ever expected." From this promotional catchphrase, the spectator should be on the edge of his seat before the opening credits of "Night of the Comet." This may be the case, until the credits end. Then it is time to sit back, relax, and struggle to enjoy the rest of the . "Night of the Comet" chronicles the events immediately before and after a catastrophe not seen in a massmedia outlet since "The Day After." Instead of nuclear holocaust, though, a comet passes through the earth's atmosphere and vaporizes the entire world's population except for several hopelessly boring characters. After about 15 minutes of pre-comet activities, the plot carries the viewer immediately to the next morning, as if he knows what happened in the few eliminated hours. Eventually, the screenwriter lets the audience in on what has happened and, because of the film's occasional attempts at gruesome effects, disapp...

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Teachers' pleasing but too predictable [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Teachers' pleasing but too predictable By Tony Perry It seems that quite a few of the people who attend movies on a regular basis are teenagers. Or, at least it would seem that way from the way many recent movies are written, performed, filmed and soundtracked. Take for example "Teachers," the latest MGM/UA release. An attempt at "Welcome Back Kotter" with an "R" rating, the classic battle between idealism and surrender to an unfair bureaucratic system becomes surprisingly charming in the guise of a formerly radical teacher forced to face his lost idealism by a former student who refuses to give up her own. It is the search for a balance between principles and pragmatism that is the thrust of this moralistic script. But don't be misled by the seriousness of the theme. "Teachers" may be firmly planted atop a soap box, but the teacher in question, Alex Jury (played by the ever unshaven Nick Nolte), is set in a chaotic farce of a high school that comes complete with student sta...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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'Terminator' misses the mark [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

'Terminator' misses the mark By Neil Myers Some movies take a futuristic theme and make it believable, engrossing and entertaining. "The Terminator, a current box office smash, " makes a valiant attempt but gets zapped by its own high-tech show. "The Terminator" stars Arnold Schwarzenegger of Mr. Universe fame as an android from the future, where machines fight for control of the earth against a dedicated band of human rebels. Schwarzenegger has a singleminded obsession-to kill Sarah Connor, an unobtrusinve young Los Angeles waitress. Sent from the future to protect Connor is Kiel Reese, a young hero-type with average hero-fype ambitions: to save the future by saving the soon-to-be mother of his reble group's leader, John Connor. This, of course, is no easy task when you're fighting a superhuman machine, and a good part of the movie is spent following Reese, Connor and the Terminator around Los Angeles as the android emotionlessly attempts to carry out his programming. Wonde...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

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Students protest drinking laws [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

Students protest drinking laws By Susan Skorupa College Press Service NORMAL, IL. (CPS) -- In one of the most violent episodes yet this fall of nationwide student resistance to strict new drinking policies, as many as 1000 Illinois State University students took to the streets took to the streets in a seven-hour riot last month. The young people, mostly 1SU students, flocked from campus to city hall on October 4, pelting police with rocks and breaking store and office windows, officials reported. Other protestors staged a sitin at a downtown theater and threw rocks at police attempting to remove them. Traffic on a nearby highway also was disrupted by partying protestors equipped with a keg of beer, observers said. Local and state police broke up the seven-hour disturbance with tear gas about 2:30 a.m. following three arrests and a plea to students from ISU President Lloyd Wallace to stop demonstrating. Officials reported no serious injuries. Officials also noted new city law...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984

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