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Capitol vs. Mont Alto [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

Capitol vs. Mont Alto Capitol's second contest of the season was the home opener against Penn State Mont Alto, played at the Main Street Gym, Middletown. The Lions played a ragged first half and at one stretch went over five minutes without a score. By halftone,, Mont Alto had a 45 to 22 advantage. With their backs to the wall, the Dons came out roaring in the second half and treated the crowd of approximately 180 to an exciting contest. Capitol outscored the visitors by seven points in the second period but lost the game, 80 to 64. Sharpshooting Joe Duda lead the Lions with 18 points, most of them coming on long set shots while Paul Hook was a tower of strength with 12 points and 16 rebounds.

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Third Straight Loss [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972

Third Straight Loss In their third game in seven days Capitol played Wilmington College at the Main Street Gym. The Lions were dwarfed by the taller opponents and lost, 117 to 88. Again the team had trouble scoring in the opening frame, failing to score a field goal until five and one-half minutes had elapsed. Steve Hutter, a junior from Pittsburgh, came off the bench to spark the team to close the margin to two points with five minutes remaining in the period. In the second half, though, Wilmington turned the game into a rout, winning by 29 points. The lions resume their tough schedule with home games tomorrow night against Spring Garden and Saturday against Shenandoah College. Both tussels will begin at 8:00 p.m.

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

SCHEDULE Recreation/Athletics Build* ing is open from 12:00 Noon to 9:30 P.M. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, and from 12:00 Noon to 5:00 P.M. on Fridays. The hours are from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. on Saturdays and Sundays. The Base Gym is open from 6:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. It is closed on Fridays, but open from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. every Saturday and Sunday.

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

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THIS WEEK IN THE SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

THIS WEEK IN THE SGA The Student Government Association held its weekly meeting Monday night while only a few members of the student body observed, two of them representing the staff of THE CAPITOLIST. President Terry Wimmer convened the meeting when a quorum had been reached. Sen. Dennis Hassler gave a report concerning charter reviews for TARNHELM, the campus literary magazine; Delta Tau Kappa; the Black Student Union; and the Chess Club, saying their reviews are pending. Wimmer mentioned an occurrence during the Faculty Council meeting where it was discovered Dean Heindel advocated an investigation into the current qualitative standards of independent studies. The investigation will be conducted by a sub-committee of the Academic Affairs Committee and students will apparently be able to serve. Sen. Lenny Thompson made a motion to require professors in all curriculums to aovise students of grade standing at Mid-term. The motion was carried. New courses were also finalized ...

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Bum Steers [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

Bum Steers It all started December 4 when a good Tennessee team upset the favored Nittany Dons 31-11. Though Penn State didn't play up to their potential, much credit has to be given to Tennessee. This upset made Penn State hungry for a win over Texas in the Cotton Bowl. They had to refudiate experts' claims that Eastern football wasn't comparable to the South's. The Longhorns gave them that chance. And the Lions came through with an impressive 30-6 victory. Texas, as we all know, is the favored choice for the Cotton Bowl every year. This year was no exception. When Penn State was chosen for the Bowl, two Penn State students from Capitol Campus decided to venture to the state of Texas for the game. Fortunately for the two, Steve Wesley and Cal Yohe, they spent most of their vacation in New Orleans before going to Dallas. In Dallas, they found none of that famous Southern hospitality. What they found by Steve Rosenzweig was a Texas team of Longhorns that played like bum steer...

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Charter Review Committee Holds Meetings [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

Charter Review Committee Holds Meetings by Mike Dini The Charter Review Committee of the Student Government Association recently held it's first meetings of the Winter Term. The committee reviewed organizations applying for charter recognition, submitting new constitutions for approval, changing their names and/or pending review for inactive status. Newly chartered organizations include: the Capitol Campus Boosters Club and the Tarnhelm (the literary magazine); and the Chess Club which was recommended for approval to the SGA by the committee. Organizations having their new constitutions recommended for approval include: Delta Tau Kappa and the Black Student Union. The Mrs. Club received the approval of the committee to change it's name to the Capitol Campus Wo mens Club, and Zeta Epsilon Omega was rejected due to the inactivity of the organization. Organizations pending review and/or recommendation and approval of the committee arc: the Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE)...

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A Simultaneous Chess ExtiibitiQn [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

A Simultaneous Chess ExtiibitiQn c c+c c by Wendell Leppo The Capitol Campus Chess Club is proud to announce its first Simultaneous Chess Exhibition by Mike Shahade. This exhibition will be held Thursday, February 3, at 12:15 PM in the Gallery Lounge. Everyone interested is invited to register at W-105 as soon as possible. There is no entry fee! Plus, the first three winners will be awarded $25.00 each by the Pennsylvania State Chess Association. This exhibition will involve Mike Shahade playing all registered at the same time. Cjk he do it? Will Mike-ChMP Champion of the State for the past two years-match the moves of all opponents in simultaneous chess play and win? This is the most ambitious event held by the club here at Capitol Campus. Everyone is invited to register. Even if you do not play chess, come and watch Mike do the seemingly impossible at 12:15 PM Thursday, February 3, in the Gallery Lounge.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

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CAPITOUST, Pigs? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

CAPITOUST, Pigs? Letters To The Editor Dear Sir: I have just finished reading your current issue of THE CAPITOLIST. Usually I find the paper to be informative, if not always pleasant. However, the cartoon on page eight was disgusting, insulting and derogatory to Black people. There was no reason for the animal portrayed to be yelling a Black expression (yes, jack! a Black expression that you whites, as usual, stole and now use as your own). Why couldn't he be yelling an expression typical of" whites like: fuck-o or jack-off? Second, if a squirrel had to be drawn, and so grotesquely, why must it be black. There are just as many white ones that would have served that Alice-inwonderland article. Your paper seems to showing a racist concept. Armand J. Mundy S.G.A. Senator B.S.U. Members: Lois Brockington Eva M. Warren Donald Hilliard Valerie Sims Caroleetha A. Cullins Stephen Reaves Deborah Johnson Leroy C. Howell Ed. Note: We hope to hear more about this. For now, we can only...

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THE SECOND COMING' - one more than is usually needed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

THE SECOND COMING' - one more than is usually needed Words From The Other Side or by Gregg Crescenzo SIEG HEIL! SEIG HEIL! Sound familiar Paul baby or don't you want to remember because the anguish of living in another (man's?) image is far to much for the poor pirate imitation that you are. Sure we know you try harder, such a shame that all your energies have found quite comfortable lodgings in your head. I wonder what other wonderland-like feats can be woven upon, shall we say, a set of rusted monkey bars where a flock of dingy bats cling; to form that air of pseudo-importance, the bending statursque awe of a dreary limped court jester (Quasimoto for instance), all the royal magnificence of a miscarriage in the back seat of a garbage truck. The marvel of tapestry, (well for our purposes let's stay on the safe side an say a rubber sheet). Ah! the marvel of a rubber sheet—let us pause and pay homage (those not into the head trip may puke instead). To have in our midst, '...

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TOURISM [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

TOURISM In a land called Nakkonomera, reason, order, and rational logical thought reigned. It was a prosperous state of affairs for those involved in their mediocral devotions; to wit: their devotion to a compartment, that modular state-built constructions of seperate cycles brought together to form their unorganic wholeness encased in dust, as fingerprints laid about in sterile harmony with their environment. Within the confines of this land of holy forethought, strobing energy forces beckoned from many subcultures of higher conciousness other alien beings. In a far field away from much death, a light glow was forming in the atmosphere. In calling with oneness, a source of energy so intense, picked up other radial energycycles and beamed in on this one chosen destination. In the quiet fields, the sun smiled a gesture to the alien beings. All the forces of oneness urged forth a mighty rush-and in totality everything that surrounded us was bursting forth with life-so we rolled ...

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Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

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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Sooner Or Later, One Of Us Must Know [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

Sooner Or Later, One Of Us Must Know Even at midnight, when later the dawn catches a glimpse of its darkness and tracks it down from later years, only sometimes when you catch the sun crying-Yes, even at midnight. Now i know you wont believe this, but some might say, so it be. Not necessarily an old folkway or anything traditional, but over the last few years, some traditions have had there very foundations rocked by today's abrubt changes. Some here tell it's this revolution, just after evolutin' from the apes. Hell, i can recall a time when that didn't matter; Well, i guess i could just say it was the city folks way of talkin', but you just can't excuse it-it's the sign of the times. Hell, also of us old timers, we remember the way it used to be, but somewhere along the way your soul gets lost in the transition. Well just to say, we're the lifer's, and our souls are tempered with the ages. Great glory it's raining, i'd better git home, but i'll follow the sun anyday. . . M...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972

Staff of the PSinilllliQt' CONTRIBUTORS: UOPIIUIIUI. Samantha Bower Gregg Crescenzo Russ Matthews Jane McDonald Steve Wesley Kati Lamonica Cheryl Boyes COPY EDITOR: Don Le w'S Tom Hagan Ra Y Nearhood MANAGING EDITOR: Jim Kuzio Lee Nell Steve Rosenzweig PHOTOGRAPHERS: ™* «,"» !"* Cliff Balsor. M.keWelhver - .. Doug DeLeon Steve Calhoun Tom B)ack Michael Blank Becky Emery ¦ I I I '¦ —^^—M—^^W^—

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