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ON-CAMPUS HOUSING [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

ON-CAMPUS HOUSING Applications for on-campus housing assignments during the 1972-73 academic year have been distributed to returning students currently living on-campus. Commuting students who desire to move on-campus next year, however, must request applications for on-campus housing. Anyone presently residing off-campus, who plans to live on-campus next year must acquire the instructions and application for doing so from the Housing & Food Service Office, Wrisberg Hall, 107. Applications are due, along with the $45 Fall Term '73 Housing Deposit NO LATER than March 31,1972.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Job Available Persons with an ability in art design, lettering and/or drawing who need a part-time job are requested to contact: Singer's Athletic Wear & Emblem Co. 2119 N. 6th Street Harrisburg, Pa. 17110 Phone: 717-232-0601 ATTENTION: Mr. Dave Singer

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NEW POLICE TECHNOLOGY: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

NEW POLICE TECHNOLOGY: BRINGING THE TOYS HOME FROM VIETNAM By Robert Barkan* *Mr. Barkan was a member of the Technical Staff at Bell Telephone Laboratories, and a Senior Engineer at the Electronic Defense Laboratories of Sylvania Electronic Systems. Currently, he is a member of Pacific Studies Center in East Palo Alto, California. Residents of San Jose, California and Hoboken, New Jersey are the season's newest TV stars. They will be appearing on live, 24-hour, closed circuit programs, broadcast to the local police departments from downtown business areas. The sponsors of the new programs are the same government and industries that brought the $3.25 billion "electronic battlefield" to Vietnam. While the war over there "Vietnamizes," the Nixon Administration is quietly "Americanizing" the war's technology, and the war on the home front escalates. The result: Americans, from marijuana smugglers to political dissidents to shopping housewives, are looking - though they may not...

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Homophife Society [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Homophife Society (Continued from page 1) phenomena. Massive statistics from numerous sex studies could be used in support of this, but suffice it here to say that it is ordinary and usual (even advantageous) to masturbate; and transvertism is not necessarily a derivative of homosexuality-one needs not be a homosexual to be a transvestite (although it is common), e.g. Christine Jorgenson, now a transexualist. The archaic laws with varying lengths of incarceration are abominable and need immediate abrogation. Do you consider yourself detrimental to society and deserving of life imprisonment (in two states) for oral-genital relations between two consenting adults-especially your wife or husband-in the privacy of your own apartment? The U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis considers evidence of masturbation sufficient grounds for refusing admission to a candidate. I think the need for modernization of sex laws is ostensible. And to say that it is not illegal to be a homosexual but...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Staff of the CONTRIBUTORS: essr Jane McDonald Steve Wesley Cheryl Boyes Don Lewis Tom Black Steve Rosenzweig Michael Collins COPY EDITOR: Tom Hagan MANAGING EDITOR Lee Nell Associate Editors: Bob Bonaker MikeWelliver PHOTOGRAPHERS Cliff Balson Charlie Zitter Business Manager John Wolford A..IUIU1 Capitolisi: : : ;

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Thank You, Teach-in [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Thank You, Teach-in This is a letter from the editors to the Human Awareness Committee. We want to thank the committee for all their work in bringing the Teach-in to Capitol. We must thank the committee, too, for the insights, ideas and alternatives brought to us by the week of discussion. Of course the efforts in organizing and presenting the week deserve credit, but it is the concept and spirit of the Teach-in for which we are most grateful. We can only hope that the week has proven that free and alternative methods of learning can be quite valuable. And we hope that we can now better work for the swift end of war and all types of oppression. Thank you, Human Awareness Committee. THE CAPO-OUST

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That's Beside The Point [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

That's Beside The Point or Ring of Heads by Samantha Bower It's snowing Let's go outside and throw snow all over each other And make snow-angels And pretend that it's not snow It's it's, uh SAND-seashore, sun salt waves. Lying on your back feeling waves of snow washing over bodies and stones and just being Being wet with saltwater Being wet with snowflakes Just feeling all wet and slick and shiny sunshiny Seagulls-seashells-snowballs angels, soft-shelled crabs-soft shelled minds I was looking at Caroleetha's ring and started thinking about an album called "Ring of Hands", by a group called Argent. The song that gives the album it's title is concerned with a celebration in which people get together and form a ring of hands together. In a class the other day, we were talking about alienation and how we personally feel about it. Someone started a ring of hands in our class. And suddenly we weren't just separate individuals but a ring that expanded outward to include everythin...

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RUNNING FROM THE GRAND ENNUI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

RUNNING FROM THE GRAND ENNUI "If it's not one thing, it's another," is what my good friend MSP (sounds like a food additive, doesn't it?) said when he thought he was going to be busted for murder, and I guess he's right. Life does try its best not to be boring, but what we come up with is different. Sitting in an apartment in uptown Harrisburg, drinking beer and watching television with a kind of quiet desperation, our sole entertainment being the propagation of a clean drunk, and the performance of sexual perversions upon cockroaches and roof rabbits. Maybe, if you're lucky, there'll be a fire or a murder or something, and everybody'll go stand around, folding vulture wings and saying how horrible it is. Did anybody get killed? But there's always something, like the wino last nite who hit us for some change. He claimed that he was a World War II and Korea vet and kissed our hands in thanks for our having given him a quarter and half-a-dozen pennies. Makes you feel pretty sm...

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ICE BREAKING CEREMONIES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

ICE BREAKING CEREMONIES by Mike Welliver The first annual Ice Breaking Ceremonies of Capitol Campus were held on February 7th on an obscure pond near Olmsted Plaza. Heading the ceremonies was Joe Byerly of 826-B Nelson Drive, Meade Heights. Joe, who began and finished the event in the space of ten seconds, managed to plunge through the ice with the finesse any Olympic skater would envy. Despite a small turnout for the event, spirits were high and water temperatures were low as Joe Readily testified after regaining consciousness. This is the first year for the event and according to Joe it may be the last unless he is able to thaw out in time for next year's ceremonies. Joe, relatively unscathed by the events of the evening, has vowed to start a new program for unusual sporting events on campus. He is currently seeking participants for the spitting team and the towel snapping club. In ending we can only say, "thank's Joe," for adding another exciting page to the annals of s...

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Baseball Club [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Baseball Club All men interested in joining the Baseball Club, please contact: Robert Stanley, Rec/Ath. Building (787-7751); Dennis Conn, 820 B Weaver Avenue (944-1711); Andrew Oronzi, 846 B Kirkland Avenue (944-1622). Please register before February 28, 1972. Thank you.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

HOT LINE •944-1033

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

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Talent Show [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Talent Show Want to join or help? Call Carol Sms: 944-5658 or Brenda Colston: 944-5340. Rehearsals start Feb. 22nd. Be there!

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El Ed's, Note [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

El Ed's, Note All Elementary Education students wishing to do student teaching in Spring 1972 are asked to pick up student teaching information from David Ongiri's office in Room W-356 immediately. Orientation for Elementary Education student teaching has been scheduled for February 29, 1972 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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XGI A RIPS INTRAMURAL LEAGUE; SE1S SCORING RECORD [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

XGI A RIPS INTRAMURAL LEAGUE; SE1S SCORING RECORD XGI-A, led by All Stars Bruce Cox and Paul Wendolowski, continued their domination of the IBA. They blasted Airheads 54-28 and the following night set an IBA mark by destroying the Dirty Harrys 93-19. The old record was held by DMZ-a 66-2 victory over the Studs. On Wednesday night, in a battle of unbeatens, the A team with Wayne Seigfried, Bill Bailey, and Cox strongarming under the boards and Larry White, Bob Lopez and Wendolowski, ballhawking, and Len Thompson, hammering the referees, overcame stall tactics by the No Trains to go away with a 30-17 win. AMF BLUE, the only other IBA team with a perfect mark are on their way to a showdown with the XGI-A providing they get past No Trains. They also have two All Stars-M. Elward and D. Szatkowski. The Foulballs, coached by Joe "Pop" Torpey are on the up and up - beating the XGI-B 27-25. The game might have been reversed if one of the rePs had not blocked a B team player. Congrats...

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LAST WEEK'S RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

LAST WEEK'S RESULTS No Trains, 28 - Royal Flush, 26; AMF-B, 35 - Brotherhood, 17; Trojans, 46 - Airhead, 38; Them, 34 - Studs, 14; Tops, lost by forfeit to Dirty Harrys; Royal Flush, 36 - AMF-A, 29; No Trains, 25 - Trojans, 23; AMF-B, 41 - XGI-B, 32; XGI-A, 54 - Airheads, 28; XGI-A, 93 - Dirty Harrys, 19; Royal Flush, 29 - Ghoti, 25; Brotherhood, 31 - Tops, 39; Trojans, 44 - AMF-A, 38; Foulballs, 27 - XGI-B, 25; XGI-A, 30 - No Trains, 17; AMF-B, 48 - Studs, 15; Them, 37 - Airheads, 34. DIVISION A WL AMF-B 9 0 No Trains 8 1 Foulballs 7 2 Ghoti 7 2 AMF-A 4 6 Airheads 3 6 Tops 2 6 DIVISION B XGI-A 10 0 Royal Flush 8 2 Trojans 8 2 Them 7 2 Brotherhood 5 5 Dirty Harrys 3 6 XGI-B 2 8 Studs 2 8

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