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FACULTY PROFILE RALPH FREY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972
FACULTY PROFILE RALPH FREY by Michael Collins & Michael Nonnemacher The subject of this week's Faculty Profile is Mr. Ralph Frey, an accounting instructor here. Ralph was born in Washington, D.C. in November of 1942. He moved to a suburb of Maryland where he grew up and attended the University of Maryland. Frey received his Bachelor Degree in Business in 1964, and then his Master Degree in Business in 1966, both from the University of Maryland. Later he became a Certified Public Accountant by the state of Maryland, where he has a small public accounting practice. Frey came to Penn State one year ago from the University of Maryland where he taught for five years. He came here primarily because it's a small school and he felt that he could contribute more to a student's education here. A firm believer in student participation, Frey attempts to instigate student participation, feeling that they learn more this way than just by listening. To illustrate his point, he to...
Smilin' Faces [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972
Smilin' Faces by Steve Wesley & Steve Rosenzweig Bob Stanley says, "Be an athletic supporter, be a jock strap." Good news for a change-unpleasant wastes from people and animals can be converted into clean, useful natural gas. So for you seniors who don't have a job, save your shit. Then there was the chick who thought she had soul, but it turned out to be a baby. I hear we're going to have a lion next year. They're going to get him from Alcoholics Anonymous. Hbg. VD Clinic is located at 2990 Jefferson Street, Hours are Tues. 3-5, and Friday, 9-11. So if you are dripping, drop into the clinic. Thanks to "Chicaphonic" Chic, "Old Weird Harold", "I" Fred, and "Heavi Duti" for some fine work at the radio station. It's better to be pissed off than pissed on. "Cruelty is more cruel when the pain is prolonged." -George Herbert Did you hear about the prostitute who couldn't spell? She ended up working in a warehouse. A pimp is a public relations man for a public relations gir...
Bomb Threat At Capitol [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972
Bomb Threat At Capitol by Lee Nell Last week, on Thursday night, a freak-out bomb threatened to destroy freak-in Capitol Campus Coming all over the air waves of WZAP, the bomb semi-exploded with the sound of breaking glass. After that, the cast of the Free Parking Players coughed, wheezed, winged, mis-read and yukked their way through a half hour gig which included what might have been a morality play--we're not sure yet,-commercials, imitations and help from Aunt Scabby who gives advice to everyone with sex organs. Brought to the listener by Come-a-lot Foods and its subsidiary, Blood Hound, Incorporated, the Free Parking Players play was entitled adapted from Marvin Zingblatz's book of the same title. The play, which took about 10 minutes to produce, concerns life in the comic books and has about equal value in real life. Included in the cast of thousands are Thug, Trippy the test tube kid, J.A.D., Polly Plexiglass or See-through Sally, Smith Klein 'n' Spanish, and the perp...
Special Topic: Revolution 101 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972
Special Topic: Revolution 101 (not a course title as yet) A Study of Free Schools by Michael Chew PARTI If I wanted to use a saw on campus. .. Ql: Could I? Q2: Are tools and such available for students use? If not, join: The Science and Society of Independent Studies. The tools should be offered for your course. If you don't need tools for your course, how about film and camera equipment, how about any fuckin' resources that are or can be utilized on this campus. The only thing that is not supplied: the imagination, your imagination; be your own revolutionary, your own education. Create your own courses-get a prof to subsidize you with his background knowledge of your subject, your idea. Here's the zappper folks: College is a drag with weird courses and shit, so why not get into it and make this bullshit relevant to you, besides getting that golden goal parchment. Now that you're drooling, which is cool-You should have understood my first idea: The Science of Independent S...
1972 Varsity Basketball At Capitol Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972
1972 Varsity Basketball At Capitol Campus by Charlie Carlin What is in store for us at Capitol Campus this Winter Term? If you will follow the varsity basketball team we are hoping that you will see the beginning of a new era. We have a team that is mainly composed of Juniors who give the impression of dedication to "winning". They will have to be dedicated to face the toughest schedule ever devised for a Capitol Campus Hardwood Five. We face 3 teams from the PSU Commonwealth, 6 teams from the four-year varsity college/university systems and 7 junior colleges or junior varsity teams. None of these teams are to be rated as "push-overs" and some of them can be rated as "impossibilities." It all depends on how much heart Coach Aungst% s Hardwood Five has for the Game. Why don't you come to see and cheer our team. RECORD WIN Northeastern Christrian J. C. came to Capitol Campus on January 18 expecting to play in a basketball game. What they played more resembled a demolition ...
ON THE MOVE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972
ON THE MOVE Rage,rape against the dying of the light. But listen well, the light is already dead. Sea of mindless moaning, toking, making music and love and meaningful raps, and all of it dark, no light anywhere, follow the designated paths, say the designated words, wear the designated clothes, grow the designated hair, like the designated music, dislike the designated music, take the designated drugs, drink the designated juice. Who dares to stray? Indeed, where would one stray? It's all gobbled up, co-opted, designated, approved by the Comics Code Authority. And if you do, really do, find something new and different to do or be, well, friend, you have exactly until someone finds out about it to be novel. So fuck you all. Let this be my declaration of independence. I quit. (And now quitting is fashionable. You're not With It unless you're alienated from the alienated.) But, goddammit, I'm a free man! I'm different! (Interlude for a Nutty Buddy. Where was I? Oh, yeah. Diffe...
BASKETBALL last Week in the IBA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972
BASKETBALL last Week in the IBA by Steve Wesley The intramural basketball season is in full swing with 17 teams participating in two divisions. The games are being played in the base Gym every night except Friday and Saturday. Come over and see them play. It is still early in the season and I haven't seen all the teams play, but it seems the X.G.I. "A" team with a 2-0 record, after the first week is the team to beat. They have a combination of height, speed, and outside shooting, that will be hard to beat. Other contenders are: Alumni, AMF Blue, Trojans, Ghoti, Brotherhood. RESULTS Monday Airheads won by forfeit over Zappers AMF Blue - 30, Them - 26 Studs - 21, No Trains - 16 XGI "A" - 43, Foul Balls - 24 Tuesday AMF "A" - 22, XGI "B" - 16 Trojans — 40, Tops — 32 Ghoti - 33, Brotherhood — 28 Royal Flush - 44, Dirty Harrys - 27 Wednesday No Trains - 35, Airheads - 34 Trojans - 39, Dirty Harrys - 26 No Trains — 38, Zappers — 10 AMF "A" - 29, Studs - 21 XGI "A"-51, Tops-19 ...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1972
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capital finws Tuttm FBI. 7 -11 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972
capital finws Tuttm FBI. 7 -11 Oppression anil Responses to It Let it be known that on the week of February 7th through the nth, which is next week, there will be a Teach-in held at this campus, on the general topic of oppression, the nature of it, and responses to it. Our motivation for holding such a teach-in as this is our negative reaction, (our-referring to the group of students and faculty members organizing this teach-in), to oppression, political, racial, religious, sexist, etc. in this society and for that matter in the world society in general. Much of the subject matter which will be discussed during this week will have its source in the "Harrisburg 8" Conspiracy case, perhaps the best known of the many current conspiracy cases. In prosecuting the 8 - a nun, a former nun, three priests, a former priest, a young antiwar activist and a Pakistani professor for alleged violations of Conspiracy laws, the government in our eyes and in the eyes of many others, has demo...
Child Daycare Center [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972
Child Daycare Center Capitol Campus has its own baby-sitting center. The service is called Child Care Co-Op and it is located in the Athletic Building. It is a free service available to student and faculty who have pre-school age children. The day-care center operates weekdays, excluding Wednesdays, and runs from the second through six periods. The only requirements are the parents must send a lunch with their child and they must be present at the Center to watch the children for an hour or more while their child is there. The Center is equipped with play pens, cribs and cots as well as" toys and gym equipment. As of now only six children use the Center. More participants are needed to make the Co-Op a worthwile service. Volunteers are welcome, even if they, don't have a pre-school child. For further information about the Co-Op call Olga Herbert at 838-3309 or Steve Waclo at 944-1287.
Abortion [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972
Abortion If you have any experience or ideas about abortion, the Governor's Commission to Study Abortion Laws in Pennsylvania would like to hear about it. An open hearing will be held Tuesday evening, February 8. Call Mary Stack at the Governor's Office to be placed on the agenda.
McDermott - new Provost [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972
McDermott - new Provost This week we welcome the new Provost to Captiol Campus, Dr. Robert E. McDermott as he assumed his duties on February 1st. In the newly established post, McDermott will be the chief executive officer of the campus and will report to President Oswald through Dr. Paul M. Althouse, Provost of the University. McDermott concluded his duties as Dean of the Graduate School of the University of Arkansas last Friday and arrived in Middletown on Monday. He is a former member of the Penn State faculty, having served from 1959 to 1969 when he resigned to take the Arkansas deanship. His appointment was recommended by a search committee of campus administration, student and faculty and he was approved by the Board of Trustees on nomination of President Oswald and Dr. Althouse. "I consider the further development of the Capitol Campus one of the University's highest priorities", Oswald asserts. "We want the campus to become more responsive in particular to the needs ...