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CAPITOUST Moves [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

CAPITOUST Moves Last Saturday, the CAPITOLIST officially moved into its new office in the main room of the SGA office. From the former isolated office in the placement building, the new office should help promote intra-campus communication. Originally planned for the fall term, the new office was completed last week with the help of Mr. Burleigh. As is the case with some of our other plans, the new office was delayed by the rigors of publishing a newspaper every week and not by red tape. In fact, when we did finalize the plans and obtain the necessary approval, the office was completed within three weeks. With the move of the office furniture, the move was made official last week. The new office will be the location of all the processes necessary to the publication of the newspaper. In addition, we will try to have a staff member in the office as often as possible. It is our hope that the central location will make getting news to us easier and will be reflected in better ne...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Weekend on Women's Hetfh [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

Weekend on Women's Hetfh A series of workshops considering facets of a woman's body will be held on Saturday, March 11, and Sunday, March 12, at the Camp Curtin YMCA, Sixth and Woodbine Streets, Harrisburg. The programs are free and limited nursery care will be available (bring toys). Saturday, 10:00 a.m., Carolyn Willoughby - Co-ordinator for the Tri-County Family Panning Services and LPN on BIRTH CONTROL - program will include a 15 minute film. 11:00 a.m., Ellen Frankfort - Women's health columnist for the Village Voice and author of the book Vaginal Politics to be published this fall on VAGINAL POLITICS: THE WOMAN AS A CONSUMER. Lunch Break. 1:30 p.m., Isabel Wood, Director of Nursing and Health Programs, Harrisburg Area Chapter of the American Red Cross on METHODS OF NATURAL CHILDBIRTH. 3:00 p.m., Jan Willis, RNand other representatives of La Leche League on BREASTFEEDING. 4:00 p.m., Ellen Frankfort and Naomi Mayer, RN and certified nurse midwife, on SELF HELP including ...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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DTK Elections [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

DTK Elections At its most recent meeting, Delta Tau Kappa, the social science honor society, elected new officers. The new personnel are: President, Gaye Miles; Vice-President of Programs, Elaine Parker; Vice-President of Membership, Galen Smyers; Secretary, Alice Krull; Treasurer, Fred Manas; Chairman of Publicity, R.W. Bonaker. The officers assumed their posts immediately. The society also announced its dinner will be held April 6, 1972 at Schindler's Restaurant, Camp Hill. The smorgasbord affair will feature a speaker who serves in Pennsylvania government. All those who wish to attend the dinner are requested to pay the four dollars fee prior to the end of the Winter Term. DTK is also planning other activities for the Spring Term. The society invites all social science students who have a 3.0 or better grade average at Capitol Campus to join. Gay Miles, DTK's new President, announced that there will be a regular meeting the first day of the spring term. The meeting will b...

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Handbook Rewrite [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

Handbook Rewrite The student handbook committee is busy rewriting the 1972-73 edition of the Cats' Tale. If there are any changes you wish to make under the section for your club or organization, please dropoff the information in Room W-101 hefore March 20. 1972.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

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Talent Show Postponed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

Talent Show Postponed The Talent Show, scheduled for last week, has been postponed. It has been rescheduled for April 19th and 20th, a Wednesday and Thursday. All interested persons may contact Carol Sims at 944-5658 or Nancy Colnes in W-105.

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Register! Or Else [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

Register! Or Else Students who have to revise their schedule due to conflicts, course closings, etc. will be notified by mail. New students and those returning students, who were notified, must register on Tuesday morning, April 4th, at the times indicated below: Times Last Names 8:30- 9:00 AM U thru Z 9:15- 9:45 AM P thruT 10:00-10:30 AM K thru O 10:45-11:15 AM F thru J 11:30— 12:00 Noon A thru E Students who were NOT NOTIFIED to reschedule thier courses will register Tuesday afternoon, April 4th, at the times indicated below: 1:15-1:45 PM T thru Z 2:00-2:30PM M thru S 2:45-3:15 PM G thru L 3:30-4:00 PM A thru F 4:15-4:45 PM Late registration without $10.00 Fee.

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It's Your Decision [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

It's Your Decision Editorial Last week we suggested that our $5.00 fee for Cap & Gown might be put to better use. The immediate idea was to contribute to the Bangla Desh relief fund. But we don't have to limit it to that. We could'put the money to use in any number of ways. But first, does anyone want to do it? How many of you really want to wear the traditional graduation togs? It's understandable if you do. After all, a picture with Mom & Dad just won't be the same if you are wearing cut-offs and a PSU T-shirt. And then there is the idea that tradition is not always done away with easily. But let's face it, many of us will not be wearing the uniform anyway. So the tradition is shaking now. We are not suggesting this course of action just to break tradition or to upset those who would honor the tradition. We do think, however, that instead of paying five bucks to some guy who probably doesn't need it, we can give it to someone who does. If anyone is lookin...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

Staff of the CONTRIBUTORS: ss Jane McDonald Steve Wesley ?!!*Y,B ?ye, D"1 «"" J°m Black Steve Rosenzweie . Michael Collins COPY EDITOR: Tom Hagan MANAGING EDITOR Lee Ned Associate Editors: ass: ^™ Charlie Htter LAYOUT: Frank Fox Business Manager John Wolfora m, i* ¦¦ * Capitalist: : vsxt ;

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FACULTY PROFILE: AMBROSE KLAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

FACULTY PROFILE: AMBROSE KLAIN by Charles Zitter and Michael Collins One of the more unique personalities on campus is Ambrose Klain, an instructor in Regional Planning. Klain, a native of Czechoslovakia, was educated at the University of Technology where he received his bachelor degree in civil engineering. Later he attended Masaryk University where he studied law for two years. Due to the outbreak of World War II, Klain, a member of the underground movement for a Democratic Czechoslovakia, was arrested and tortured. He managed to escape to Russian occupied Poland. In Poland he was arrested again, only this time by the Russians. Klain was placed into forced labor camps which took him from the Finnish border, on the Murmansk, and finally to Siberia. "I didn't commit any political crime", he says, "my only crime was to run away from the German invasion and seek freedom." Klain's will to survive was strong as he lived a life much like that of Ivan Denisovich, subsisting on sou...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

fioad People Productions Riles Main! Student Marshals Needed for the Rock Festival Think Now! Plan Now! First Meeting of Marshals Thurs., Aprilttth 7:30 in Vendorville.

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Letter To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

Letter To The Editor The New Stages Drama Group will sponsor Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Ernest, Thursday, March 9, 1972, at 8:00 pjn. in the Auditorium. A small donation to help support the Group and help pay the Player's Repretoire Company the performers, who are under the direction of Anthony Arms, is requested at the door. Cast conflicts, lack of time, exhaustion and the progress of the pky to that point resulted in the scrapping of Edward Albee's Tiny Alice. We of the Drama Group are sorry we can't perform ourselves this term. We feel, however, that you will enjoy the Player's Repretoire Co. in their rendition of The Importance of Being Ernest. The reason for the small donation request is one of poverty. We need to help pay for the performance, since it is coming out of our budget. You will not be turned away if you cannot or will not contribute. The donation is simply a request. Your attendance will be appreciated. Joe Luciani

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

j Please Print j j [ ] I prefer wearing the Cap and Gown at graduation. j [ ] I plan to wear the Cap and Gown, but will contribute $5 j j to the fund. j I ! j f ] I will contribute my $5 to the fund. j I [ ] I wish to keep my $5. j ( ciraipgrpn cinanc _ (let rhnir*y_ ] j ^__________—- j j f?nH rimiceV j j raMMBMTg- ""^ j jj NAME (please) j I PLEASE FILL IN AND RETURN TO THE BOX ON THE i CAPITOUST COUNTER IN THE SGA/CAPITOUST j OFFICE. j

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

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ZIP-MS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

ZIP-MS Beginning in the Spring term of 1972, any announcements broadcast over the air must be paid for at the rate of $1.00/day. This will guarantee that your announcement will be broadcast a minimum of ten (10) times per day. All announcements must be typed on official announcement reports, which will be obtainable in the WZAP Studio, W-106. No. announcements will be read on the air until payment has been received.

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** L * ! Hey Mister!" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

**L *! Hey Mister!" "WANNA BE MY BIG BROTHER OR BIG SISTER" Do you have three hours a week to spend with a child who is lonely, fearful, and mistrustful? The County of Dauphin Child Care Service's Big Brother and Big Sister Program is looking for unselfish people to become a "friend" to a child. Are you dependable, patient, caring, and understanding? If you are that's what it takes to be a Big Brother or Big Sister. The Big Brother/Big Sister Program's purpose is one in which you provide a slow-growing relationship through companionship. What is offered to the child is your capacity to be an understanding adult brother or sister. You weigh your words when you are with him - you do not tell your friends about his background. You will not want to betray the child. You may have problems, but we can provide help. The children range in age from 6 to 18 years. They come from everywhere looking for an unselfish person to depend upon. If you are interested in working with a child,...

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NS1Q [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

NS1Q by Gregg Crescenzp It will never be the same. A quite simple sentence containing the magic to shatter instantly what once stood moments before. A quiver that reaches deep within our universe, shattering even things we knew could never have an answer. The stomach turns in a sickening quease. Why must it never be the same? Knowing, never again, that special joy will fill our being as we once were amazed by its presence; grew fond and boastful of; and final dependence upon this mystical cloud that perpetually rained that certain happiness found when two people find need and satisfaction in the breath they together suck from earth. Though neither realize from where such hell, found in the total revelation that once was, lies dead as the still-born child face down in the hard ground. The afterbirth lying simply as a shroud upon the tiny shoulders is a match of rust - iron taste left by despair. There is nothing to be done. All has happened; the memory remains, persuading the...

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Independents [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

Independents INDEPENDENT STUDIES - WINTER 1972 Undergraduates Name Topic of Study Supervisor Alan E. Barr Applications of Computer F. Splane Programming to Accounting Problems Roslyn Benner Future Planning: Theories T. Knight of Information and Decision-Making Michael Blank Contemporary Poetry - An M. Haber Analysis and Insight Lynn Buckman Saul Bellow's Works - T. Graham Theme, Symbol, and Socio-Cultural Background Thomas R. Criste Dixmont Cottage Review D. Lasky Deborah Crockett Target Behavior Modification J. Nichols John G. Csanidy A Study of Curriculum J. Susskind Materials Relating to Teaching about Africa in Secondary Schools Frederick E. Deubler History of Economic H. Hilton Thought Robert K. Erwin Sculpturing O. LaGrone Byron R. Firestone Rehabilitation Program- D. Lasky ming William Fulginiti Family Dynamics J. Knestrick Joan E. Gallagher Sculpture O. LaGrone Claire S. Jordan Study of Modern French M. Budney Drama in the French Language Marilyn R. Kanenson Techniqu...

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r r ft A I * f [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972

r r ft A I * f (Continued from Page 1 ) The Fall Term exams were scheduled with the 1 st and 7th periods being assigned the first exam period; subsequently, the order was reversed for the Winter Term (i.e., 6th period courses were assigned the first examination period). Having explained the procedure used, the following is the Capitol Campus 1972 Winter Term Final Examination Schedule: BUSINESS Course No Sec Day Time Room BUS 320 1 21st PM E 240 BUS 320 2 17th PM E 236 BUS 321 1 20th PM E 244 BUS 331 1 17th AM E 314 BUS 331 2 17th AM E 314 BI*S 350 1 21st AM E 240 BUS 370 1 20th AM E 240 BUS 372 1 17th PM E 244 BUS 382 1 20th PM E 310 BUS 382 2 21st PM E 253 BUS 383 1 20th AM E 244 BUS 499H 1 21st PM W 309 MATH 310 1 20th AM E 310 NLTH 310 2 20th AM E 310 ECON 313 2 21st AM 212 EDUCATION ED 314 1 20th PM E 314 ED 314 2 20th PM E 314 HUMANITIES HUMAN 312 1 21st AM E 262 HUMAN 312 2 17th PM E 262 LIT 425 1 20th AM E 257 LIT 427 1 20th PM E 261 MATHEMATICS MATH 220 1 15th Eveni...

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