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1972 Varsity Basketball [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 March 1972
1972 Varsity Basketball Capitol's varsity basketball team stretched its winning streak to two games by defeating Northeastern Christian Junior College on February 22. The Dons traveled all the way to the suburbs of Philadelphia to come off with an 86 to 80 victory. The bus which was to transport the Lions to the Villanova Fieldhouse was late in arriving, consequently the game started over an hour late. Capitol got untracked early and sprung out to a big lead but Christian trailed by only five at the half, 41-36. The teams stayed close together for much of the second period and were in a tie at 66 with only three minutes remaining. Then the Lions creamed Christian with a late scoring spree and won by six points. Five Lions got into double figures with guard Rick Miller leading the way with 21 points. Joe Duda, back in shape after a nagging injury, followed with 19. Ted Sites had 14 markers and Paul Hook had 14 points and contributed 14 rebounds. Larry Chupka added 11 points a...
Intramural Weightlifting Championship Entry Deadline: March 11,1972 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 March 1972
Intramural Weightlifting Championship Entry Deadline: March 11,1972 2. One-hand deadlift. 3. Bench pass Sign-up at the Rec/Aths Building. Question ? ? ? ? Call: 787-7751. On Tuesday, March 7, the second intramural weightlifting championship will be held at Capitol Campus, The entry deadline will be March 6, at 5:00 P.M. The event will be held at 6:30 P.M. in the Rec/Aths Building. Awards will be presented to the first 2 places per weight class and team points will be for the All-Sports Plaque. Points will also be awarded to each participant for the Individual, Outstanding Athlete Trophy. The contest will be "open" and each participant will be graded under AAU rules and the Hoffman Compensation Formula. The three lifts that will be used are: 1. Sit-up with weight behind the neck.
Ping Pong 1972 Champ Len Thompson [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 March 1972
Ping Pong 1972 Champ Len Thompson The 1972 Capitol Campus Ping Pong tournament was captured by Len Thompson. Thompson brushed past four opponents en route to this year's crown. Thompson won a hotly contested final 3 game set with Ken Debiak. The scores were: 16-21, 21-17, and 21-16. Last year's champion, Tom Leister, failed to make the deadline on his first match and forfeited out of this year's tournament. Ironically, Thompson was disqualified from last year's tourney for failing to make the registration deadline. It would prove to be an interesting match if fate ever brings the two champs together.
Spring Term Judo Instruction [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 March 1972
Spring Term Judo Instruction Instruction in Judo is being offered to men/women Capitol Campus students, faculty and staff. The program will begin April 10 in the Rec/Aths Building at 8:00 P.M. Membership will be open to the first 20 persons registering at the Rec/Aths Building — deadline for registration will be March 20. The program will be open to novices and beginners. Depending on individual interest there will be opportunities for competition. Instruction nights will be Monday and Wednesday from 8-10:00 P.M. The cost for the program is $10 per person, and this fee is not refundable. Judo ghias may be checked out nightly to persons with valid ID cards. Locker room facilities with showers are available. The course will end Wednesday, June 14,1972. NOTE: This activity is open to men and women.
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This Week In The SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
This Week In The SGA This week s article will cover the past two meetings of the Student Governmeat Association. Provost Robert E. McDermott made his initial appearance before the SGA and talked about the first few weeks of his administration. The Finance Committee's request for a ceiling of $350 on the Senior Gass gift was approved. Tarnhelm, Capitol's literary magazine, and I.T.E. and the Chess Club were allocated funds for organizational conduct. The Social Committee was granted a loan of $1,000, to be repayed from the concessions of the Rock Festival, to be held in May. President Terry Wimmer established a committee to investigate practices of area college radio stations and to make recommendations to improve WZAFs financial problems. Teacher and course evaluation forms are being distributed this week, to be returned before the end of the term. The written remark area, it is hoped, will add to the subjective value of the evaluations and will establish more concrete feedbac...
Finals - Finally [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
Finals - Finally March 17th, 20th and 21st are the dates for the Final Examination period at Capitol Campus during the Winter Term 1972. Examinations are scheduled on these dates in the following manner: March 17th AM All 6th period courses March 17th PM All 5th period courses March 20th AM All 4th period courses March 20th PM All 3rd period courses March 20th Evening All graduate courses which meet Monday and/or Wednesday March 21 st AM All 2nd period courses March 21 st PM All 1 st and 7th period courses March 21 st Evening All graduate courses which meet Tuesday and/or Thursday AM means anytime from 8:00 — 12:00 noon that day at the instructor's discretion. PM means anytime from 1:00 - 5:00 PM that day at the instructor's discretion. Evening means anytime from 6:00-10:00 PM that day at the instructor's discretion. In most cases, examinations are scheduled in the same rooms where the courses normally meet during the Term. Courses scheduling a common exam are scheduled at a...
BOOK SALE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
BOOK SALE "Recycled Books" is the theme of the annual book sale sponsored by the Harrisburg Branch, American Association of University Women. Mrs. Marx S. Leopold, book sale chairman, announced the used book sale will take place Saturday, March 11, 1972 from 9:30 a.m. until 9:00 pjn. in the Harrisburg East Man. The book sale features new and used books phis pre-owned paperbacks. This year's selection includes: novels, cookbooks, reference works, art books, histories, and children's fiction and non-fiction. In addition, art prints, specialized magazines including National Geographic, and phonograph records are for sale. Special items include a bound set of Harper's Weekly Magazine (circa 1880). All proceeds support the AAUW Scholarships Fund. Mrs. Thomas H. Spiers, Jr. is chairman of the Fellowships/ Scholarships Committee.