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POET'S CORNER POEM [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972
POET'S CORNER POEM by Frank Dulisse Roman Here slaves oared and there day and four walls night "board astound galleys a pen knowing whose hand nothing is vemore ry sore A system of learning that is oh so poor A so-called experiment that has rotted to the core Courses and classes that make life a chore What on earth is this campus for? "Where have you been? You weren't here yesterday." I was sick in the head (of this place). Must I pay? "Let's move on class. This number here causes delay." Why must I sit here and suffer 'til May? Appli- Mascation turba-Gradu- tion Preation para-Inter- tion In spersed with the midspecks of die of light her height
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972
*ALL STAR SELECTIONS* #* ** The following players have been chosen by the Recreation/Athletic Council as the Intramural Basketball All Star Team: First Team Position Second Team Bruce Cox Center M. Cerinusca (XGI A) (Dirty Harrys) F. Leonard Forward D. Szatkowski (Foulballs) (AMF B) M. Elward J- Blue (AMF B) (Brotherhood) P. Wendolowski Guards R. Kendall (XGI A) (Brotherhood) D. Lefkowitz J. Lynch (Ghoti) (No Train) HONORABLE MENTION: J. Corauota (Airheads), E. Tolan (AMF B), G. Sembrat (AMF A), Stephenson (Foulballs), W. Ryan (Ghoti), T. Betoni (Dirty Harrys), W. Siegfried (XGI A), B. Fazzie (Trojans), T. Harity (Trojans), J. Lezoehe (Them).
INTRAMURAL WRESTLING [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972
INTRAMURAL WRESTLING entry deadline: 5:00 PM February 21 Monday On February 21 at 5:00 PM the deadline for entries in the men and women's intramural wrestling tournament closes. Each team may enter one (1) person in each of the 10 weight classes. Weight classes are 118, 126, 134, 142, 150, 167, 177, 190 pounds and unlimited category. This will be thefirst term wrestling competition is offered between women. Matches consist of 3 successive periods of 1H minutes each. Rule sheets may be secured in the Rec/Aths Building. Depending on the number of entries the tournament is scheduled to be held on February 23 (Wednesday) in the Rec/Aths Building at 6:30 PM. To sign-up visit the Rec/Aths Building. Question? Call: 787-7751.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972
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Pre-Reglslratlan This week [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
Pre-Reglslratlan This week This past Monday, pre-registration advisment for the spring term began. Students can obtain registration materials (packet and master schedule) by requesting them at the counter in room E-106, February 21st through the 25th. Upon receipt of the packet, the student must contact his advisor for assistance and approval of course selections applicable to the spring term. With the aid of the advisor, the student will complete the packet. The student must leave the packet with his advisor. The Academic Services Office will collect packets from the advisors on Monday, February 28th. Students who have to revise their schedule due to conflicts or course closings will be notified by mail. New students and those returning students who were notified -jnust register on Tuesday morning, April 4th. Students who were not notified to reschedule their courses will register Tuesday afternoon. The times will be presented in the master schedule. There will be no fee for ...
Head Shop Drug Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
Head Shop Drug Conference C»fe«*«R H*rp«l, b!>•*+•' The Capitol Campus Head Shop presented a conference on drug awareness on February 16th. The program revolved around an address by the Hon. Milton Berkes, a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Berkes spoke to a small gathering in the auditorium about "Drug Legislation and Prospective Programs". He spoke of a desire to achieve total reform in drug rehabilitation. "To do this, a variety and flexibility of programs is necessary," he said. Rep. Berkes, a Democrat from Bucks County, is a co-author of a drug law reform bill. The bill would make a first offense of a marijuana conviction a misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of 30 days. It also provides far more reaching drug rehabilitation programs. Currently in Pennsylvania, people convicted of possession of marijuana on a first offense can be sentenced from 2-5 years and fined up to $2,000. The bill was recently approved by a legislative committee and wi...
Director Herpel To Retire [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
Director Herpel To Retire Coleman Herpel, Director of Capitol Campus, will retire July 1, 1972, after more than 35 years service with the University. Herpel, 60, has served as Director of Capitol Campus since its establishment. Penn State Capitol began classes in October, 1966, with 10 full-time faculty and 122 students. It has since grown to 112 faculty members and over 2,000 graduate and undergraduate students. A native of McKeesport, Herpel received his bachelor of arts degree from Penn State in 1932. He entered graduate study at Harvard University on a John W. White Fellowship from Penn State and earned his master of arts with a major in mathematics in 1933. He continued his studies at Harvard until 1936 when he joined the Penn State faculty as the Hazelton Campus, where he became administrative head in 1939. He combined active teaching and administrative responsibilities at Hazelton until 1943 when he went on active military duty, serving in the Navy. He is now retired ...
I.T.E. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
I.T.E. Meeting A meeting of the I.T.E., traffic engineers, will be held tonight, Feb. 24, at 7:30 in room E-315. A guest speaker, Mr. Gerald Shea of the Harrisburg Engineering firm known as TAMS, will speak, his subject being "Harrisburg Area Transportation Service". Anyone interested is invited to attend.
AUTONOMY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
AUTONOMY On March 7, the University Faculty Senate will vote on a petition to grant Capitol Campus more autonomy. If the proposal passes, Capitol will be able to devise its own curricula with no specific approval from the UFS. The question could be as important for Capitol's development as the appointment of Dr. McDermott to the Provost position. Last year, on behalf of the Capitol faculty organization, our Faculty Council petitioned the University Faculty Senate for the right to set up curricula with tacit, but not requiring direct approval of the UFS. Capitol was the first campus to request this autonomy in what will be a landmark vote. After introduction, the matter was referred to the Intra-University Relations Committee for study and recommendations. The committee, in considering the measure last fall, heard a presentation in support of the petition from a 'task force' of Capitol Campus faculty and administrators. Our representative on the committee is Dr. Winston Richa...
Paul Discussions [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
Paul Discussions Teach-In by Bob Bonaker During the Teach-In, panel discussions concerning new ideas in education were held' on Tuesday and Friday. The panel held Friday afternoon in the auditorium was of particular interest. The panel consisted of Capitol Campus faculty and was moderated by Dr. Ralph J. Brown, Asst. Dean of Faculty. The panel members were Drs. Roger Saylor, Joseph Moore, Elmer Lear, Robert Bresler, John Patterson and Herb Eisenstein and Mr. Melvin Haber. Lear began the remarks by continuing the points he was making when Tuesday's session ended in a shouting match between Mr. Clem Gilpin and himself. Lear stressed importance of the calm, rational thinking of intellectualism. "Profanity reflects the abscence of these traits." He also expressed the belief that, "This nation is indebted to our students, who are a mirror image of society. Without them, we probably would have been more deeply involved in the conflect in Vietnam." Bresler espoused his views in t...
Weft, I Wanna Tell Ya... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
Weft, I Wanna Tell Ya... Dear Editor: I read with regret Steve Rosenzweig's account of an incident New Year's Eve at the Adolphus. I cannot understand why anyone would behave in the manner of the 30 individuals you described. This is not typical of University of Texas students. We have 40,000 students and naturally there will be those who are bent toward violence or whatever, to express their emotions. They do not represent the students at the University generally, as is obvious from the fact that few incidents of this sort ever occur. Incidentally, I was at a pre-game party at the Adolphus, and there were about 30 people at it, but about half of them were from Penn State, including some of your cheerleaders. If you check with them, you will determine that hostility is not typical, but instead conviviality. In fact, most Penn State students I came across had a good time. I would like to insert here, though, that neither hospitality nor violence fit regional stereotypes. By t...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
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Ti The Camiei Cenmnltr: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
Ti The Camiei Cenmnltr: Contained within the article "This Week In The SGA" which appeared in the 10 Feb 72 issue of THE CAPFTOLIST were a few remarks which I supposedly made but unfortunately are somewhat erroneous. It is my hope that this letter will answer any questions members of the Capitol community have raised pertaining to these remarks. The first dealty specifically with building priorities here at Capitol. There was no meeting of the Faculty Senate at Univeristy Park to consider Capitol building projects as was stated in the article. What was held however was a joint meeting of the Capitol Faculty Committee's on the Library and Physical Plant. Not only were building priorities discussed, but possible expansion plans for the current library plant were also mentioned. The second dealt with my last statement on 'this school becoming paranoid over autonomy and accredidation.' It is at this point that I feel I was misquoted. What I said was that Capitol and themembers o...
Opeiiif Sissiea [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972
Opeiiif Sissiea by Bob Bonaker One of the more interesting facets of last week's immenseley successful Teach-in was the opening session. A panel discussed the topic, "The Meaning of dealth-property destruction; or what the Harrisburg Conspiracy Trial is all about." The panel was held Monday, February 7th in the auditorium. The members included: Jane Kennedy, one of the Beaver 55, a group convicted of destroying Selective Service files in Indianapolis, Inc. and computer tapes from the Dow Chemical, Co. in Midland, Mich.; Joann Malone, also a member of the Beaver 55; Frank Callahan, one of the Flower City Conspiracy, a group convicted of destroying Selective Service, FBI and U.S. Attorney files in Rochester, N.Y.; and Jane Meyerding, also a member of the Flower City Conspiracy. The panel was introduced by Capitol's Dr. Robert Colman. The discussion served as a forum for the panel to espouse their views on oppression and to explain why they committed criminal acts to protest go...