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The Old Men Win ft All [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
The Old Men Win ft All The XGI-A Basketball team won the intramural playoffs last Thursday night with a convincing 44-27 victory over the AMF Blue. The old men, who must have learned a few tricks in the service, finished the year unbeaten with,a 19-0 log. The XGrs reached the finals by beating the Trojans 32-26 in one of the best intramural games of the year. On the other side, AMF Blue beat the Foul Balls, who had been division leaders, in their division final 38-30, to earn their spot in the intramural final. The XGrs beat them two in a row, in the best of three game final series. The first game won by the XGFs was a 35-28 victory. They were led by Paul Wendolowski with 10 points and Bruce Cox, chosen Most Valuable Player, with 8 points. The final game, the vets were led again by Cox with 12 points and a hot handed Bill Bailey with 12 also. Mike Edward led the game, Blue team, with 7, the first game and 9 the last. The XGFs combined a strong zone defense with a torrid, exp...
POEM [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
POEM Faces The flashes of the past are here; The future comes to make me fear. The faces that I once forgot Remind me now of what I'm not. The faces that I always see.-They comfort and they frighten me. The faces that are not yet mine Will bring my Death before my Time. The faces then were ropes of blonde With which to make a subtle bond. The faces now are turning black And so, my love, I'm going back. C-B
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
XGI "A" Intramural Champions: (Bottom, I to r) W. Seigfried, P Wendowlowski, MVP B. Cox, L. White, B. Bailey; (Top I to r) B. Lopez, S. Wesley, L. Thompson, D. Switzer, B. Cook. Teammates Carl Grozinski and Tom Pratt congratulate each other for their victories in team pinochle. Runnera-up were Larry Surak and Bill Smith.
mars Beside m Pobii [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
mars Beside m Pobii or - New Clothes For An Old Mod by Samantha Bower NOVEMBER, 1971-LOVING R. Several times I saw you and hesitated. Finally, while you were leaning against my wall, I walked up and tried you on for size. You were warm and fitted to my body like an old sweater known for many years. Slightly too small I realized the limitations in our togetherness. I know that when winter blows in, the time will be here to find myself a new garment. I was clothed in love for one summer. No other clothing will match that total nakedness. I hope you11 see that when I go it will not be a rejection of your warmth and kindnesses but the knowledge that for me you're not quite the right fit, and for you, perhaps I seem a bit loose around the edges. But that's no reason not to wear each other through the falling leaves. I was dreaming and in my dream I was walking down a lane in the country. The down-trodden walkway faded into the edge of a field. Not really a field but just an irr...
BOWLING RESULTS (As of Wednesday, March 1,1972) [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
BOWLING RESULTS (As of Wednesday, March 1,1972) TEAM WON LOST 1. All in the Family 24 8 2. F.O.B.O. 24 8 3. Pinheads 20 12 4. XGI 20 12 5. WZAPBaetzum 19 13 6. Hermies 18 14 7. 103rd Engineers Plus Vi 17 15 8. Dr. Shock 14 18 9. No Names 12 16 10. EmausGang 13 19 11. LU'Studs & Bob 6 26 12. Last Laugh 5 23 11$ WEEK'S RESULTS F.O.B.O. 4 Pinheads 0 All in the Family 4 Last Laugh 0 Hermies 3 Dr. Shock 1 WZAPBaetzum 3 EmausGang 1 No Names 3 103rd Engineers Plus Vt 1 XGI 3 Iil' Studs & Bob 1 THIS WEEK'S INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Cliff Claypool (All in the Family) 577 Series 233 Game Dave Fletcher (F.O.B.O.) 543 Series 213-191 Games Keith Saylor (F.O.B.O.) 532 Series Mike Kilgallon (All in the Family) 516 Series 202 Game Norb Lindner (F.O.B.O.) 516 Series Charles Carlin (WZAPBaetzum) 199 Game Joe Conigliard (Hermies) 194 Game Pam Smith (EmausGang) 479 Series 191 Game NOTE - The top four (4) teams will roll off March 16th on a handicap basis with TOTAL PINS deciding the winn...
Smilin' Faces [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 9 March 1972
Smilin' Faces by Steve Wesley Oral - gential activity is a joint decision. If you think my basketball column is prejudiced, You are right. When you're hot, you're Hot. Environmental pollution is domain poisoning. Condolences to Harvey Brown. His father passed away. Bob Polis ... a Gym Teacher!? Steve Rosenzweig ... a Basketball coach!? Next thing you know Tiny Tim will be getting engaged. You think getting high is a new thing — the martyrs were getting stoned centuries ago. Why don't we have Bikecology Day? Dr. Klain is teaching the Environment. "Who's the man with the booze in his hand?" ask Twyla B. Here's hoping I won't be back for Spring Term. Congrats and condolences to the graduating Seniors. Sorry you'll have to hit the streets. Anyone who has a few hundred dollars can get funnyphones — Uncle Peace or Alexander Graham Grump. New Yorkers are big this month. Where Oh Where is the Talent Show... We can hear you ZAP, Turn us on. Can you see Dr. Knight during the day? Fo...
This Week in the SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
This Week in the SGA The first Spring Term meeting of the Student Government Association was held on Monday, April 10. The Senate welcomed the return of a member who was not present during the winter because of student-teaching committments, namely the effervescent Harvey Brown. The Finance Committee, chairfed by Dan Ekberg, reported numerous grants to campus organizations. The Baseball Club, which was approved as an organization by the Charter Review Committee, was allocated $500. The Student Pavillion group was granted $300 for a working fund. The Spring Dinner-Dance fund was increased by $600. WZAP, Capitol's infamous, though notorious radio station, was granted $500 to pay off current debts and was also given a working allowance. It was decided that any profits from the Spring Dinner-Dance would go to the SGA. The ad-hoc Committee on Teacher and Course Evaluations announced that the results of surveys conducted during the Winter Term will be published soon. The ad-hoc ...
Resident Assistant selection To Begin [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Resident Assistant selection To Begin The Office of Residence Living Programs will initiate the selection of Resident Assistants for the 1972-73 academic year on Monday, April 17, 1972, at 7:00 pjxi. at a "Get-together" for R.A. Applicants. The meeting is designed to discuss the Residence Living Program, the Resident Assistant Position, and the selection procedure for candidates. The following is excerpted from "Information for Resident Assistant Applicants" to be distributed with the applications at the meeting. individual residences and offices of the Staff are the structures within which this interaction takes place.
Residence Living Philosophy [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Residence Living Philosophy It is the intent of the Capitol Campus Residence Living Program to provide a meaningful and rewarding environment for student growth. Facilities plus programs combine to bring about a residence setting which is not only physically comfortable but also educationally valuable. In order to carry out the residence program, a carefully selected staff functions within the various facilities. Included in the Residence Living Staff are the Resident Assistants, the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs for Residence Living Programs, the Residence Living Coordinator(s), and the Wrisberg Hall Receptionist. Each works to enhance the on-campus living environment through individual and group encounters with residents in the areas of counseling, activities and governance. "The New Birth" Coffee House, Resident Student Council, the Meade Heights Board of Governors, and the
Qualities Sought In Applicants [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Qualities Sought In Applicants The person who can best represent the residence living philosophy at the Capitol Campus should possess the following qualities: leadership, potential for enlightened growth, sensitivity, consistency, honesty, skill in interpersonal relations, and the ability to combine the responsibilities of the position with the demands of his or her academic program.
Responsibilities [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Responsibilities The Resident Assistant is the University's representative in the campus living area, which suggests broad responsibilities extending into all reaches of the student's physical, social, educational, cultural and emotional well-being. To dwell on one or two of these areas of responsibility is to conceive of the job in narrow terms. The general responsibilities of the position are specified below: 1. Resident Assistants are expected to assist the individual student in his adjustment to the Capitol Campus. This includes answering the many questions about the University and the Campus that new students may have. 2. Resident Assistants should work to the best of their ability with students giving them assistance in the understanding of their difficulties and conflicts. (continued on p. 2 ) Applications (Continued from Page 1 ) It is expected that Resident Assistants will advise and counsel students within the limits of training and capability available to ...
LaGrone Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
LaGrone Exhibit One of the high points of the Art Exhibitions schedule on campus this year is the work of Dr. Oliver LaGrone now on display in the Gallery Lounge. A well-known sculptor, poet, lecturer and exhibitor, Dr. LaGrone has been a Professor in Afro-American History and Culture at Capitol Campus for the past two years. His works will be on display until April 21, 1972. LaGrone's exhibit includes "When Aretha Sings" and "Mother and Sons" in stone. The Rev. Charles A. Hill, George W. Carver and Frederick Douglas appear in plaster with patina, with Harriett Tubman appearing in bronze sculpture. The artist's beautiful "Dancer" is also of bronze joined by the wood sculptures "Heritage" and thought-provoking "Oedipus Reckless". A native of Oklahoma, Dr. LaGrone graduated from the University of New Mexico with majors in Sociology and Fine Arts. With an assist from columnist Ernie Pyle, LaGrone became the first Black man to be accepted for study at the Cranbrook Art Academy i...
State Scholarship Applications Available [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
State Scholarship Applications Available State Scholarship applications for the academic year. 1972-1973 arc available in the Financial Aid Office, E-106. These applications are only for those students who have never applied for a slate scholarship before. Current scholarship holders will receive a renewal application at (heir permanent home address. Deadline for initial applications is May 31, I°72. Deadline for renewal applications is April 31, 1972. Students are requested to see Miss Toni Jennings in E-106 if ( hey have any questions or financial problems.
OTK Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
OTK Meeting Delta Tan Kappa, the social science honor society, will hold a meeting for prospective members next Tuesday, April 18, at 7:00 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge. All students in tlic Siici.il science program who ho/d at least a 3.0 grade-point average at Capitol Campus arc invited to attend. DTK will utilize the meeting to familiarize new members as to the advantages of joining the organization as well as to explain upcoming events which DTK will sponsor. The society has also announced its office hours. The office is located in room I 10-G and a member will bepresent during the first through third periods, daily excluding Wednesdays.
Return Portraits [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Return Portraits Most seniors who had their portraits taken for the yearbook have received notices in the mail reminding them that proofs arc due back at the studio. The yearbook staff has had to postpone delivery of twenty pages of the 1972 annual until glossy prints return from the professional studio - but they cannot print glossies until they have your proofs. If you have not yet clone so and expect to appear in the 1972 CAPITOLITE you are advised to return your proofs (marking the one you wish to appear in the yearbook with an "X" on the back) within a week. Because of the time of processing your proof for publication, proofs received after that time cannot be guaranteed inclusion in the 1972 Yearbook. There is no additional charge when sending proofs unless pictures are ordered. A picture order need not accompany the proofs. Any questions on photography, picture sales or problems in remittance should be addressed directly to Zamsky Studios 1007 Market St., Philadelphia...
Letter To The Editor Loan Fund? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Letter To The Editor Loan Fund? Dear Editor: Re: Editorial - "It's Your Decision" Without question there is no better use for the $5.00 Cap and Gown fee than for the Cap & Gown. After all, this is similar to other fees related to the attaining of a degree - application, tuition, room and board, schedule changes, transcripts, and so on. Nonetheless, there is a fund which should be established and so many who should get into the act will only stand and watch the parade go by. Later they will be totally unaware of another missed opportunity. Shortly, Mr. Herpcl will retire after 35 years of University service affecting 25% of its life. His efforts on behalf of the outlying campuses and all students are well chronicled. Establishing a Loan Fund in appreciation would be an expression well worth all necessary effort. The Fund currently operating was his creation. The Faculty Wives Club has made additional contributions and hope to add more soon. Its outreaching effects are...
Dr. McAree Wants To See You [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Dr. McAree Wants To See You Dr. James McAree, Social Science Program Head, has established a basis for consulting with social science seniors who will graduate at the end of the term. McAree hopes the private talks to be pleasant conversation about the future of the individual students, as well as individual impressions of their academic career at Capitol Campus. Also, he wants to institute a system whereby the graduated students can return information to him concerning their success on the job market or their present academic situation. All graduating students in the social science curriculum are invited to participate. Dr. McAree will be in his office, W-157, ev„-ry morning throughout the term. Appointments are not necessary. If he is occupied at the time a student wants to see him, he is requested to return later. Dr. McAree wants to see everyone, even if they have consulted with him several times before.