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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972
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WHAT IS A BATHTUB RACE? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972
WHAT IS A BATHTUB RACE? Attention: A< ^S The Bathtub Race Is Coming! The first annual Capitol Campus Invitational Bathtub Race will be held this coming May. A bathtub race for you inquisitive souls is a race where the bathtub is mounted on wheels. Each tub must be made of cast iron, have a steering mechanism, but have no means of self-propulsion. Only pushing or pulling of the tub is allowed. The official rules for the contest will be published in a few weeks. Invitations will be extended to local colleges to spice up the competition. So start thinking about getting a tub. (Where can an idiot rip-off a bathtub? Answer-from some of the houses in the Heights-some people would never miss it.) Can Capitol meet the challenge?
THIS WEEK IN THE SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
THIS WEEK IN THE SGA The induction of five new senators into the Student Government Association highlighted the January 31st meeting. The new senators and their curriculum: Ron Snyder, Engineering; Bonnie McSweeny, Humanities; Joe Perretta, Business; Bernie Boyle, Social science; Debbie Young, Humanities. These five people where nominated by a search committee to fill vacancies caused by resignation or academic difficulties. The five new senators will serve out the terms of the senators they replaced. Dan Ekberg of the Finance Committee reported that organizations not using their alloted funds will be notified to that effect. Senator Denny Hassler reported that teacher and course evaluation results can now be found in various places on the campus. Hassler also stated that the Charter Review Committee has yet to act on charters of pending organizations. President Terry Wimmer announced that a recent meeting of the Faculty Senate at University Park specified a reconsideration ...
Constitutional Amendment [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
Constitutional Amendment On Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1972, there will be a vote on an approval of a new Amendment to the Constitution. The polls are located in the SGA office, room W-104, and will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Amendment reads as follows: "All senators and officers of the Student Government Association must maintain a 2.33 overall average. There shall be, however, a probationary period of one term for those senators and officers who fall to a 2.00 overall average. Said senators and officers shall be allowed to be on probation only once during their present term of office. They shall have full power while on probation. Any senator or officer who falls below a 2.00 overall average shall be dismissed immediately." If passed, the Amendment will not be retroactive. All members of the student body are cordially invited to take this voting opportunity and participate in student government.
Simultaneous Chess Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
Simultaneous Chess Exhibition Last Thursday, the Pennsylvania chess champ staged a simultaneous chess exhibition. Mike Shahade, state champ for the past two years, displayed his ability before a huge gathering in the Gallery Lounge. Shahade played between 25 a and 30 people at the same time. The first three people to beak Mike were to receive $25 each from the Pennsylvania Chess Association. As it turns out, the chess , organization lost no money as Mike defeated all challengers. Shahade is a junior social science major from Philadelphia. The exhibition began at 12:30 with 26 contestants. After the initial period, other people filled vacancies created when Shahade defeated an opponent. In three hours, Mike filtered through 30 "chess experts." The contestants were seated around tables forming a huge rectangle. Mike went from one player to the next executing a move each time. He repeated the procedure until none were left. His intentness of concentration on the match were refl...
DIK Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
DIK Meeting Delta Tau Kappa, the social science honor society, will hold a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 7:00 pjn. in the T.V. Lounge. All members and prospective members are requested to attend. The society will discuss plans for upcoming events, namely a dinner in the spring as well as a confrontation with a noted campus official. Any student in the social science program is eligible* to join if he is at least an 8 term junior with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0, based only on grades at Capitol Campus. The President of DTK, Jane Prince, stressed that officers for next year will be elected at the end of this term.
RESISTANCE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
RESISTANCE WEEK Thursday 10:30 A.M. Capitol Campus "Workshop on draft counseling" Celeste Klein Organizer in the Harrisburg Peace Center 2:00 P.M. Capitol Campus Panel: "The New Face of War/The New Resisting Soldies" Tim Butz Project Air War, Washington D.C. Andy Stapp Founder of the American Serviceman's Union Judy Chomsky GI organizer with Philadelphia Resistance 5:30-7:30 Communal Supper at St. Paul's Episcopal Church 550 Wiconisco St. (Pot Luck) >, 8:00 P.M. Farm Show Arena Joan Baez in concert (tickets available from the above address) Friday 10:00 A.M. Capitol Campus Workshop for Nonviolent Action People from the Philadelphia Life Center
Presidents Assail Grubb Report [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
Presidents Assail Grubb Report By John R. Bittner, Jr. APS Managing Editor UNIVERSITY PARK (APS) —Recommendations concerning the Grubb Report and Penn PIRG highlighted the meeting of the Council of Presidents (COP), held Jan. 22 at University Park. Presidents of Commonwealth Campus Student Government Associations (SGA) attending the conference discussed possible recommendations to the University administration concerning the Grubb Report, which deals with the organization and nnt>r?a~n 0f the Commonwealth Campuses. The report, which was conducted as part of the University's present long-range planning program, was criticized by the council as being vague and ambiguous. "There are very few people in the University who understand the report," said Terry Wimmer, Capitol Campus president. "Something is terribly wrong with this document," he added concerning its clarity. GOP members said they felt that the Grubb Report neglected views on many of the campuses, with little o...
THANK YOU!! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
THANK YOU!! Letters To The Editor We would like to thank everyone for the great success of OLD TIMES WEEK. We asked all the members of the Capitol Campus Community to "get into it", and it seems as though almost everyone did. But special thanks must be to certain people who helped us do the planning and the work, for without them OLD TIMES WEEK would have never come off. First, to Nancy Colnes and Trish Hollis of the Student Activities Office and extra special thanks for everything. Next to WZAP radio, especially Chick and Ron, for their help with the Marathon Dance. Thanks to the faculty and staff who helped make Wednesday's crazy show a great success, also to Tom Ogdev. who did a dynamite job with his "Old Time Medicine Show." Special thanks must go to Sam Randazzo and all the others who helped make Thursday's "1950 Drugstore Soda Fountain" just fantastic, and to Mel Haber who put together the Trivia Contest. A sincere thank you to everyone, Mike and Don
XG/s [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
XG/s Dear Editor, At the last three keggers that the XGI's have sponsored for the school there have been cases of theft and vandalism which the XGFs are being held responsible for. The cost for repairs and replacement of damaged property has cost the fraternity in excess of $250. If this continues we will cancel all future keggars. These events are for the benefit of all, but there are a few who would like to spoil them, so we are asking forthe support of all who attend to watch for and report any incidents of vandalism or theft. Thank you for your support. Ralph Bailor XGI President
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
Staff of the CONTRIBUTORS: Samantha Bower Gregg Crescenzo Jane McDonald Steve Wesley Cheryl Boyes Don Lewis Tom Black ®teve Rosenzweig Michael Collins COPY EDITOR: Tom Hagan MANAGING EDITOR Lee Neil Associate Editors: Bob Bonaker MikeWelliver PHOTOGRAPHERS Cliff Balson Charlie Zitter Business Manager John Wolford - .. .. rSnflfllfOr UUPIIUIIUI. : : ;
A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR MR. PAUL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
A MIGHTY FORTRESS IS OUR MR. PAUL by Joseph R. O Driscoll Three weeks ago, a scathing and brutal attack against the person of Mr. Paul was delivered in this paper. This insalubrious presentation heralded the birth of yellow journalism and muckraking here at Capitol Campus and flagrantly displayed an audacious and haughty manifestation of the abuse of freedom of the press. The author of that shocking and pernicious assault is obviously a cad and a scoundrel. Without question, he is a recalcitrant knave who has illustrated through his literary roguery that he is without gentlemanly instincts. What type of man is this that possesses such cunning and guile that he would dare defile the character of Mr. Paul who has solemnly sworn to withhold the law and see that justice is done in here on campus. I also once questioned Mr. Paul's enforcementive, adjudicative and penological procedures, but after being personally involved in a ghastly crime which Mr. Paul personally detected and ...
WHAT S HAPPEHIN AT CAPITOL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
WHAT S HAPPEHIN AT CAPITOL by Don Lewis THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17th At 6:00 pjn., the President's Council will meet in the Student Center. In the past, there has been a lack of interest on the part of clubs and organizations in attending these meetings. If each group sends at least one representative to the meeting, maybe something interesting and/or helpful will come out of it. At 7:30 pjn. there will be a lecture by Dr. Schubel in the Auditorium on "Man, Pollution and Estuary." SATURDAY, FEB. 19th Not much happening this weekend on campus, but keep an ear towards Harrisburg Defense Committee activities. Also, as far as the Night Spots to go to in the area are concerned, there's the Meadowbrook and Martini's (If you're going to drink, drink before you go because the prices are high.) Then, there's always your own thing. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21st Joanna Featherstone at 2:00 pjn. in the Gallery Lounge, and at 8:00 p.m. in the Student Center. The regular S.G.A. Meeting is at 6:30 p....
FACULTY PROFILE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972
FACULTY PROFILE by Michael Collins Today man is constantly searching for ways to improve the future. He runs, with his head full of new and fancy ideas, into the future committing the same mistake as in the past, ignoring the fact that the way to improve is by studying the past not ignoring it. This week's faculty profile is about a man concerned with the past as well as the future, he is Dr. Irwin Richman a history instructure here. Dr. Irwin Richman is a Brooklynite, who has accomplished much at the young age of thirty-five. He attended George Washington University where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1957. Later he attended the University of Pennsylvania and received his Master degree in 1958, then his Doctorate in 1965. Because of general ecomonic conditions similar to today, Richman was unable to obtain a teaching position, and instead went into museum work. His first job was with the Pennsylvania Historical and' Museum Commission, which he worked with for f...