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ireiiMJi Capitol [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

ireiiMJi Capitol Last Friday, a faculty panel was held to discuss the educational process at Capitol Campus. Faculty members with varied opinions concerning this broad issue were asked to participate. One of the primary objectives was for students and faculty to exchange ideas concerning what Capitol Campus was originally designed to be, what it actually is, and its direction in the future. Of the many issues discussed the most important was the matter of grading and evaluation. Many of the students and certain of the faculty agree as to the inequity of grades. Among the more devious faults of the present system is that a mere A,B,C, etc. does not testify to the knowledge a student may have on a particular subject. Further, where knowledge and individual accomplishment should be of prime importance it becomes secondary, for the student works, in most cases, not for the knowledge or accomplishment but for the grade. While recognizing the current option of Pass/Fail as a good ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The February * by Lee Nell ^ *//c by Lee Nell [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

The February * by Lee Nell ^ *//c\ by Lee Nell by Lee Nell by Lee Nell Maybe it's the month or maybe it's something else, but I've noticed a terrible lag on this campus. That is not so unusual, perhaps, but this lag is much worse than normal. Everyone on campus seems to be operating at a loss. Take Mike, for example. I spoke to Mike last week and complained that I couldn't find enough hours in the day. He said that the same thing was happening to him. In fact, for a time he had toyed with the idea of throwing in the towel. Just sayin the hell with it' and walking on out of here. And Pepper. Poor Pepper was runnin' around the other day just tearing his hair out. It seems that his favorite prof wanted book reports of six or ten books. And the kid didn't have enough time to read them all and still keep up with his other courses Bob was in even worse shape I had a short (for obvious reasons) conversation with him last week-"Hey, Lee. When is the Baez concert?" "Thursday night....

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Guess Who came To Dinner [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

Guess Who came To Dinner This is a story about a dog getting over in amerika. The dog who came to dinner a year ago, and stayed ever singe. Were you there, or do you even remember that fateful eviction day: when Berkley was either to be forced back to the streets, or the love that I had for one spaced out dog made me bring him home to the country. Yeah, the city dog gets over, Hurrah! The first meeting between the young gemini, cancer rising Berk and Ms. Punkus a gemini, virgo rising, was one of mixed emotion and heavy territorial mind raps. The two, finally adjusted to air and became to envelope each other. Of course, there was some adapting for their overseeyer and guardian of the establishment, but she drew a fine libran balance for the two. When I first met Berkley, he was audacious, bold, strung out, spaced-out, and crazy-he hasn't changed a bit, except he's more of the same. Though it wasn't long after livin' the commune city life that Berk got pretty burn't out, right...

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Faculty Women's Club Sponsors Opera [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

Faculty Women's Club Sponsors Opera Provost Robert E. McDermott will be guest of honor at the reception following the opening performance of "Old Maid and the Thief, the comic opera by Menotti which will be given on February 26 by the Harrisburg Civic Opera Association at Capitol Campus under the sponsorship of the Faculty Women's Club. Proceeds will go to the Scholarship Loan Fund for Needy Capitol Students. Dr. McDermott is the first Provost of Capitol Campus, the upper level and graduate division of Pennsylvania State University at Middletown. Dr. McDermott assumed his position on February 1. He was formerly Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Arkansas, and prior to that, Associate Dean of the Graduate School of the Pennsylvania State University where he had been on the faculty since 1959 serving as head of the Department of Forest Management and Associate Director of the School of Forestry. The reception will also honor members of the Board of Trustees of Pe...

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POEM [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

POEM Even as the brown leaves, crackling, heaped in rows along the orchard road, burn beneath the crow's Caugh-Coars er calm and stillness echoeall along our campus hall. And the student's sturdy strutting stature stalls, stunned the walls cease breathing. Straight and Stone-like Stolid Stories Stifle life 'til our reflections soaring southward strike the steppes where green moss grows

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

(Continued from page 1) program chairman can open that limit. If he does open it, he can expand the size only to the number of desks available in each classroom," Slygh emphasizes. "When a course is filled and if there is a huge waiting list, 12th term people in the program will get first priority. Then the choice will go to 11th termers; then 10th term students. 12th term students then 11th, etc. out of the program will get next preference." People who will be student teaching during the spring term must also register. "Right now we have one person student teaching who didn't register or pay any tuition," Slygh relates. Students are requested by Academic Services to follow the instructions in the master i schedule so as to correctly complete the registration packs. Slygh conveys his wishes in the following statement: "College registration, at any school, is the most difficult part of my job as an administrator because we can't possibly please everybody. We ask for the upmost coop...

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VARSITY TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

VARSITY TENNIS All men interested in trying out for the Varsity Tennis Team please meet in the Gallery Lounge Wednesday, March 1, 1972, at 11:00 a.m. WANTED: One female (preferably warm and breathing), must have standard equipment (nose, eyes, etc.), hair and teeth optional. If Interested call 944-1788 after 4:30 p.m. Ask for Jim.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

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1972 Varsity Basketball [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

1972 Varsity Basketball ROUNDMLLERS WIN On February 15th, Capitol's basketball team returned home to the Main Street Gym to defeat the Delaware Campus of Penn State. The Lions led from the start, using -.heir height advantage to win handily by the score of 88 to 78. Capitol jumped out to a 10 point lead after five minutes passed in the opening period but Delaware trailed by only 41-36 at the half. The section of the scoreboard which registered Capitol's scoring would not work but it was repaired during half-time. Delaware stayed close to the Lions during most of the second frame but Capitol opened up a 12 point lead with only five minutes remaining. Capitol then held on to win by 10. Paul Hook was Capitol's leading scorer with 29 points and topped all rebounders by grabbing 17 boards. Rick Miller, a sharpshooting guard had 21 markers while Steve Hutter had 17 points and 11 rebounds. The victory gives the Lions three wins against 11 losses. The game on Feb. 19th against the...

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Lebanon Wins [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

Lebanon Wins by Charlie Carlin On February 8th, Capitol traveled to Annville to play the Lebanon Valley Frosh. Lebanon, with an average height advantage of four inches a man, ran away with the game from the start. They held a huge half-time advantage. In the second half, the Capitol '5' showed great ball movement and came within striking distance. But the home team pulled out again and won going away. Paul Hook, Capitol's consistent high scorer, paced the team with 17 points. Big Larry Chupka led the team in rebounds. This Tuesday night, the Lions return to the Main Street Gym from their long road trip to play the Delaware Campus of Penn State. Game time is 8:00 p.m. As an added attraction, the Capitol Campus Foul Shooting Championship will be held at half-time.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

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(As of Wednesday, February 16, 1972) Team Standings Won Lost [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

(As of Wednesday, February 16, 1972) Team Standings Won Lost 1. F.O.B.O. 18 6 2. All in the Family 16 8 3. Pinheads 16 8 4. XGI 14 10 5. 103rd Engineers Plus Vi 13 11 6. Hermies 13 11 7. Dr. Shcok 7. D 7. Dr. Shock UTZ 12 12 8. EM 7. Dr. Shco 7. Dr. Shock UTZ 12 12 8. Emaus Gang 12 12 9. WZAPBaetzum 12 12 10. No Nantes 9 \\ 11. Last Laugh 4 16 12. Lil'Studs and Bob 5 19 This Week's Results F.O.B.O. 4 Last Laugh 0 XGI 3 103rd Engineers Plus & 1 All in the Family 2 Dr. Shock UTZ 2 Pinheads 3 WZAPBaetzum 1 Hermies 3 No Names 1 Emaus Gang 4 Lil' Studs and Bob 0

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C.C. TO PARTICIPATE m TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

C.C. TO PARTICIPATE m TOURNAMENT The 1972 HACC Invitational Tournament will be played on March 3 and 4. The championship intramural team will represent Capitol Campus at this tournament. Capitol Campus Intramural play-offs will play as follows: Feb. 23 8:00 Team No. 2 vs No. 3 Placement of Div. A (Wed.) 9:00 Team No. 2 vs No. 3 Placement of Div. B @ Base Gym Feb. 24 8:00 Winner of Div. A game vs No. 1 Div. A (Thursday) 9:00 Winner of Div. Bgame vs No. 1 Div. B @ Base Gym Semi Finals Feb. 25 6:30 Winners vs Winners of Feb. 24 games @ Main Street Gym (Preliminary game for Capitol Campus vs Stevens Trade at 8:00) Play-off (possible final game) Feb. 28 8:00 Semi Final teams play again @ Base Gym Final Game (Will be played only if winners split games in semi finals and Play-off games) March 1 8:00 @ Base Gym

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

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This Week's Individual Results [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

This Week's Individual Results Ken Debiak (XGI) 576 High Series Norb Lindner (F.O.B.O.) 562 High Series Cliff Claypool (All in the Family) 539 High Series Gunther Idler (All in the Family) 530 High Series Benny Mitchell (Pinheads) 526 High Series Dan Slater (Pinheads) 521 High Series Nancy Flowers (Emaus Gang) 375 High Series Ken Debiak (XGI) 221 -196 High Game Gunther Idler (All in the Family) 210 High Game Stan Escher (WZAP) 201 High Garne Norb Lindner (F.O.B.O.) 199-189 High Game Dan Slater (Pinheads) 192 High Game Benny Mitchell (Pinheads) 189 High Game Nancy Flowers (Emaus Gang) 147 High Game

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

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Varsity Basketball Top High Season Scorers Since 1968 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

Varsity Basketball Top High Season Scorers Since 1968 (As of February 18,1972) NAME YEAR POINTS ArtFeinberg 1969 271 1 Paul Hook 1972 246 2 ArtFeinberg 1968 232 3 Paul Alter 1968 210 4 Rick Miller 1972 174 5 JackHoerner 1969 168 6 Bill Bresnahan 1968 153 7 Bill Garrett 1971 148 8 JoeDuda 1972 144 9 Ray Hoover 1969 130 10 DaveMcCudden 1971 129 11 Bill Wetzel 1968 127 12 Larry Chupka 1972 115 13

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Basketball Top Ten High Game Scorers Since 1968 (As of February 18,1972) [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1972

Basketball Top Ten High Game Scorers Since 1968 (As of February 18,1972) NAME POINTS YEAR OPPONENTS Art Feinberg 44 1968 Allentown ArtFeinberg 35 1969 Mont Alto JackHoerner 31 1969 Berks Campus Paul Alter 30 1968 Wilkes-Barre Paul Hook 29 1972 Spring Garden Bill Garrett 29 1960 Scranton Paul Hook 29 1972 Delaware Paul Hook 28 1972 N. E. Christian JC ArtFeinberg 27 1968 York Paul Hook 26 1972 Stevens Trade ArtFeinberg 26 1969 Hazelton JoeDuda 26 1972 Spring Garden Bui Bresnahan 26 1969 Schuylkill Bill Garrett 25 1971 Delaware Paul Alter 25 1968 Hazelton Paul Alter 25 1968 Ogontz Art Feinberg 25 1968 Allentown Paul Hook 25 1972 Wilmington

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