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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

Capitol Times Thursday, March 14, 1985 Vol. 19, No. 11 Published by the students of Penn State's Capitol Campus, Middletown, PA 17057 The Capitol Times welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must be signed by the author and indicate his/her club or organization affiliation, if any. The Capitol Times reserves the right to edit or reject letters at its discretion. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the views of this newspaper or its staff. Lisa Mauss Editor-in-chief Carman Amerson...Managing Editor Contributing Staff Dave Doolin News Editor Cathy Shaak Advertising Mgr. Annette Childs Jeffrey Keck Business Mgr. Jennette Dell'Alba JjnShatzer. Asst. Business Mgr. Maria Kent Gulnar Manji Sales Rep. Stacy Krnjaic Mike Dudek Graphic Artist Joseph Michalsky Bob Price Photographer Melanie Miller Nea Myers. Editing Consultant Ken Stiggers ' Tbny Perry. .Contributing Editor ¦•< * • ••> . .-. Beverly Halbrook...Adv. Consultant Advisor - Mark Gur...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

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Baja car is $$ problem [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

Baja car is $$ problem continued from pg. 1 he felt they (the engineering slush fund) shouldn't have to pay the $150. 'Instead,' Miller said, 'it should come out of the SAE or ASME's account'." They eventually agreed to split the fee equally. amoung the three accounts. Meanwhile, the deadline is still approaching. Working to accommodate Miller's desire for the money up front before sending the check, Dennis Caldwell, senior MDET, and Zimmerman tried to raise the money. Unable to collect the two-thirds of the fee before the deadline, Zimmerman approached Aungst again and convinced him that the full $100 would be obtained and to go ahead and send the check first. Citing his reasons for for tak ing on the project, Zimmerman exclaimed, "I want it (the car) to stay here, to promote this school. Most people do not realize the caliber of this school. If it wins, if it just places in the top ten, it will be good publicity for Capitol Campus. In the future, they can just modify this ...

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Save the mushrooms [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

Save the mushrooms By Angelo Vecchio Neil Myers' outrageous slander against defenseless mushrooms ("Mushrooms Are Disgusting," Feb. 28, Capitol Times) provided me with some food for thought. Mushrooms, according to Myers, "are disgusting." He stated ". . .There's no way you can convince me that eating a fungus is a good thing." Also, Myers mentioned that after being served a spaghetti dinner with mushroom-flavored sauce, he "gave upon the spaghetti." Well, Mr. Myers, you're entitled to your own opinion, but whn you begin using the Capitol Times as a forum to present obvious communist views against mushrooms, you're inviting a stiff reaction from some real Americans. First, mushrooms are a steady fixture at salad bars (and quite popular, I might add). Ponderosa, in the true spirit of John Wayne, started the salad bar craze in full motion. Second, mushrooms are a popular topping on that adopted American favorite food-pizza. How dare you condemn an American institution. Third...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

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More students enroll in remedial classes [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

More students enroll in remedial classes (CPS)-More and more college freshmen are enrolling in remedial courses designed to teach them what they should already know, according to a new report by the U.S. Department of Education. One out of every four entering freshmen, for instance, takes at least one remedial math class, says the survey of over 500 colleges and universities compiled by the department's National Center for Education Statistics. More than one of every five students also take remedial writing courses, the study shows, while 16 percent take reading review courses. "It's just a sign of the times," laments Elaine El-Khawas, vice-president for policy analysis and research with the American Council on Education. "It's a very disturbing reality that so many students are not adequately prepared for college," she says, attributing the problem to "a decade of loose high school graduation standards." And it's getting worse. Among the 500 institutions surveyed, nearly tw...

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Best season [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

Best season continued from pg. 1 ball club. According to Athletic Director Reuben M. Smitley, the record is "successful" and it's because of Bowen, whom Smitley calls "the best coach in District 19." Next year's team will include Jim Leedy, the team's second leading rebounder and scorer. Other returning players are Doug Wisehaupt, Jeff Godzak, and James Henderson, Bowen said.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

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SUBOG elects new officers [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

SUBOG elects new officers Louise Kleinknecht, new SUBOG president By Carman Amerson Louise KieinKnecht, a junior marketing major, was elected Tuesday as the new president of the Student Union Board of Governors, the entertainment planning club. Kleinknecht and six other members were elected to top positions Tuesday in SUBOG's re-organization election. Elected to three vicepresidential spots were: Michelle Albaugh, a junior elementary education major, and Steve Deibert and Robert Dopkosky, seniors majoring in mechanical engineering technology. Tim Sanger, a junior marketing major, was chosen secretary, and Carolyn McGinty, a junior in Behavioral Science, is the new treasurer. Jeff Novitski, a junior and a building construction technology, is advertising manager. "We would like to get more students involved in the entertainment activities. We would like to promote more films, concerts and game shows, along with some new things like an event in the fall similar to the Rites...

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No candidates for SGA slots; election Monday [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

No candidates for SGA slots; election Monday By Stacy Krnjaic Only three students have applied for five officer positions and only three others have applied for nine senator openings on the Student Government Association as of last Friday's deadline. This marks the second year in a row that the SGA has been unable to attract enough cadidates for its vacancies. However, SGA officials have extended the deadline until tomorrow with the hope of attracting more candidates before the campus-wide election on Monday and Tuesday. "It's unfortunate because student government impacts directly on the quality of campus life," said Peter Mekosh, the current SGA President. "The only way to make this place half decent is to have participation." The three students who have applied for the officer positions are Elizabeth Home, 21, a junior multi-media major from Belle Vernon, Pa.; Jackqueline A. Gasiorek, 22, a junior marketing/management major from Scranton, Pa.; and John Shaw, 21, a registe...

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Heath Fair alive and busy [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Heath Fair alive and busy By Maria Kent The annual Health Fair, held on March 18 and 19 in the Multi-Purpose Building at Capitol Campus, "Reached the public more this year than ever before," said Jean Kresge, Coordinator of Health Services. According to Kresge, the Health Fair attracted people not only from the Middletown area, but also areas in Dauphin County, Harrisburg and Enola. "We would have doubled our attendance if more of our college students would have attended," said Kresge. Approximately 125 children from the Harrisburg School District arrived at the fair on Tuesday, as well as a group of children from the Christian Day School, Middletown, added Kresge. Many Senior Citizens also attended. The Health Fair included 40 organizations that provided both students and the public with a variety of activities. Some participating organizations were: Birthright of Harrisburg, Diabetes Foundation, Easter Seal Society, M.A.D.D., Planned Parenthood, Rape Crisis Services, Tri C...

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Ochall and Styche setting new records [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Ochall and Styche setting new records By Dave Donlin The combination 'of Ochall and Styche over the past two years was one of the major reasons Capitol's basketball team had its finest back-to-back seasons in its history. Bill Ochall gave the team a scoring punch that has yet to be equaled and Bill Styche's passing ability allowed the offense better shots. "They are two fine basketball players and two fine people," Charlie Bowen, Capitol's Head Coach said. "Ochall and styche work so well together. How do you replace the alltime leading scorer and assist man at Capitol Campus? Maybe you can't." Ochall, a 6'3" senior forward, reached the 1,000 point plateau this season and he is on ly the second player ever to reach 1,000 points at Capitol. In the 1984-85 season, Ochall was one of the top 15 leading NAIA scorers in the nation. While playing this year, Bill Ochall became the all-time leading scorer at Capitol Campus, surpassing Jackie Wilson's mark of 1,083 points. "Scoring 1,0...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Baseball coach predicts improvement [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Baseball coach predicts improvement By Dave Donlin The Capitol Campus Baseball team is the best team we ever had according to head coach Ron Melchiorre. Although Capitol's current record is 5-3 (as of March 27) Melchiorre says the team's biggest problem, pitching, will work itself out. "We have guys with potential to be good pitchers and we also have the best pitcher we ever had back, Mike Gedz, but at this point in the season we're just giving up too many walks," said Melchiorre. Capitol's baseball team is a good hitting one. They have a team batting average of .410 ac cording to second baseman Barry Richards. Head Coach Melchiorre is hopeful that the pitching will come around. "With pitching and the teams outstanding hitting we can play with anybody." The seventeen player team is very talented and they have a good shot to make the playoffs, according to Ron Melchiorre. "Doug Knull has the potential to be all-district in left field," he said. "Shortstop Bob Foster is the be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

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