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ALL SPORTS AWARD [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
ALL SPORTS AWARD The XGFs won the 1972 Winter All-Sports Award with a total accumulation of 1184.5 points. The remaining teams finished in the following order: 2nd Place AMF 291.0 Points 3rd Place All in the Family 250.0 Points 4th Place Foul Balls 210.6 Points 5th Place Trojans 169.0 Points 5th Place No Trains 169.0 Points 7th Place Brotherhood 157.0 Points 8th Place Ghoti 133.0 Points 9th Place Studs 116.0 Points 10th Place Dr. Shock UTZ 17.6 Points 10th Place Zappers 17.6 Points
BUILDING HOURS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
BUILDING HOURS Beginning on April 5, and continuing until May 14, 1972, the opened hours for Rec/Aths Building and the Base Gym are as follows: Rec/Aths Bldg: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 PM; Saturday, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM; Sunday, 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM Base Gym: Monday-Friday, 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM; Saturday, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM; Sunday, 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM
WOMEN FOR ACTION! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
WOMEN FOR ACTION! Women — come out and meet the opposition. Many activities will be available this term but we need you to make it go. Call the Rec/Aths Building (787-7751) for specific information regarding such things as: Judo instruction, intramural Softball, golf, tennis, rollerskating, volleyball, billiards, basketball 21, and homerun derby. Also being.pffered are special campus activity days with Messiah College and HAAC.
1972 SCHEDULES Golf [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
1972 SCHEDULES Golf OPPONENTS PL. OF CONTEST TIME DAY DATE Millersville Millersville 2:00 Thurs. April 13 Schuylkill Campus Hershey 2:00 Tues. April 18-and Shippensburg Millersville Hershey 2:00 Fri. April 21 Messiah Hershey 2:00 Mon. April 24 Lebanon Valley Lebanon Valley 1:30 Fri. May 5 Lebanon Valley Hershey 1:30 Tues. May 9 York Campus York 1:30 Thurs. May 11 Schuylkill Campus Hidden Valley 2:30 Fri. May 19 and Scranton Campus Golf Course York Campus Hershey 1:30 Wed. May 24
Basebaff Club [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Basebaff Club OPPONENT PL. OF CONTEST TIME DAY DATE Messiah Capitol 3:00 Mon. April 17 Lebanon Valley Away* 1:00 Sat. April 22 Lehigh Community Away 3:00 Wed. April 26 Lebanon Valley Capitol* 1:00 Sat. May 13 Spring Garden Capitol 3:00 Wed. May 17 Schuylkill Campus Capitol 3:00 Tues. May 23 indicates doubleheader
Spring Term Judo Instruction [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Spring Term Judo Instruction Instruction in Judo is being offered to both men and women Capitol Campus students, faculty and staff. The program will begin April 10 in the Rec/Aths Building at 8:00 PM. There are six openings. 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 Thursday from 8-10:00 PM. 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.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
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Goff Rates [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Goff Rates Sunset Golf Course is offering Capitol Campus students a special year-round rate ticket for $25.00. This rate will permit the owner to golf at half the regular price. The course is located a few miles outside of Middletown. Follow route 441 south and look for the Coca-Cola signs. Call 944-4765 for tee times.
Intramural Golf [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Intramural Golf All men and women, faculty, staff and students interested in participating in intramural golf please register and pay the $3.00 per person fee. Deadline for entry is April 18 at 5:00 PM at the Rec/Aths Building. There will be no green fees for each 9 holes of golfing per tournament round at the Sunset Golf Club, Middletown. Tournament begins on April 20 - see bulletin board at Rec/Aths Building daily. Members of the Golf Team are excluded from playing in this tournament. The tournament will consist of singles, participating in a single elimination event. Scheduled matches must be played during weekdays, Monday thru Friday, and each round will be one (1) week in duration. Competition will be scheduled on Mondays and must be reported to Rec/Aths before 5:00 PM on each Friday. Finalists will receive awards.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 April 1972
Tennis OPPONENT PL. OF CONTEST TIME DAY/ DATE Schuylkill Haven Capitol 2:00 Wed. April 19 Millersville Capitol 2:00 Wed. April 26 Shippensburg Capitol 2:00 Tues. May 2 Hazelton Hazelton 2:00 Wed. May 3 Lebanon Valley Club Capitol 1:00 Sat. May 6 Delaware Campus Delaware Campus 3:00 Wed. May 10 Schuylkill Haven Schuylkill Haven 3:00 Wed. May 17 Delaware Campus Capitol 3:00 Fri. May 19 Hazelton Capitol 2:00 Wed. May 31
AUTONOMY—WHAT II MEANS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
AUTONOMY—WHAT II MEANS On March 9, 1972, the University Faculty Senate passed the autonomy measure for Capitol Campus after several weeks of discussion and investigation. Autonomy - just what will it mean to Capitol? It has nothing to do with student affairs or Student Government activities, so nothing will change in that area. And it has nothing to do with Housing and Food rules, so Tasha will have to gain residence through the same old channels. (Tasha is a dog. The pet rules are not changed.) And as yet, not much else has changed. But there is a new system by which changes can be made. In this light, there has been a big change both at Capitol and in its relationship to University Park. The changes, though, are in the academic aspect f Capitol. In effect, autonomy cuts the academic umbilical cord with UP. Now, we can nearly establish our own courses without any help or prior approval from the University Senate's Academic Affairs Committee. Previously, all new courses were...
interview with Terry Wimmer [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
interview with Terry Wimmer by R. W. Bonaker Student Government President, Terry K. Wimmer, asserts that there are many matters which should be brought to the. attention of the Capitol Campus community. Only seven weeks remain in the current academic term but there are many goals yet unreached. One concerns registration practices and procedures. The current registration policy concerning the number of students allowed in each class gives the initial preference to 12th, 11th and 10th term seniors enrolled in the program under which a specific course is listed. For example, a 10th term social science student will get first crack at So Sc 418 over a 12th term business student. "I think that procedure is wrong," Wimmer states. "12th term people, whether they are in the course's program or not, should always have initial preference when a course is in danger of being closed. After all, these people are graduating; it's their last chance to pick up a course they will need." Wimmer...
This Week in the SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
This Week in the SGA The most recent boisterous banalities of the SGA took place this past Monday. President Terry Wimmer called the meeting to order when a quorum was reached. Dean Robert J. Brown was a special guest. The Finance Committee reported that the SGA currently has $1,400 in its budget with an additional $1,000 in the hands of the Finance Officer, Mr. George Dressier. The Teacher Evaluation Committee said that Winter Term evaluation results will probably be ready next week. It reported that as many as 200 forms will be available, a huge increase from last term. In was announced that Dr. Oliver LaGrone of Capitol reknown has been tentatively contracted to sculpt a bronze bust of the late Dr. James Jordan, which will be the permanent portion of a newly established teaching award in his memory. The award will be presented to a member of Capitols faculty at the June Commencement. The Election Committee is preparing voting procedures to be conducting during the General...
Education students Ano Faculty Attend Region conference [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
Education students Ano Faculty Attend Region conference by Mike Dini Capitol Campus Education Students and Faculty recently attended the Southern Regional Student PSEA "Spr i ng" Conference held at the Harrisburg Area Community College. The Conference was sponsored as a joint effort of the student PSEA Chapters of the Capitol Campus and HACC. The Theme of the Conference was "Let Us Teach ALL Our Children." Those attending the Conference discussed education matters relative to teaching in our "urban-city schools." Topics discussed and evaluated included: class room control techniques, curriculum development in and for the inner-city schools, a "rap" session on student teaching in inner-city urban schools and an investigation of the Code of Ethics of the Teaching Profession. Capitol Campus professors attending the Conference and acting as constultants and seminar leaders included: Dr. Duane Smith, Dr. Robert Lesniak, Dr. Elmer Lear and Professor James Gray. Students PSEA membe...
McAree Resigns As Program Head [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
McAree Resigns As Program Head Dr. James McAree, Professor of Social Science and History, recently resigned as Head of the Social Science Program. McAree, who assumed the post last year, stresses that he is giving up his administrative duties to devote more time to his family, his research project, and classroom teaching. He will serve as program head until June 30. In no way will his resignation change his plan for individual consultation with graduating seniors; a plan which was elaborated in last week's issue of The Capitolist. "Teaching has always meant a great deal to me," he says. "In my administrative post, I found I could not devote enough time to it." Prof. McAree also announced the establishment of a new social science course which he plans to teach in the Fall Term, 1972. The course, which will be listed under special topics, will concern the inter-relationship between the United States and Canada. Dr. McAree received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He i...
Yearbook Spring Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
Yearbook Spring Sale Despite heavy advertising that last term's yearbook sale would be the last for 1972, many seniors neglected to buy their annual and have since inquired about the possibility of purchasing one. For this reason, the Capitolite staff announces a Spring Term yearbook sale on April 24, 25 and 27. That's Monday, Tuesday and Thursday only of the week of April 24. Staff representatives will be on hand at a spot near the roundtable to take either new yearbook orders (at $6.00 apiece) or to receive the balance due payments on your annual.
Pass - Fail [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
Pass - Fail The period for filing S/U request during the Spring Term 1972 will be from Monday, April 24th, thru Wednesday, April 26th. A description of the Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory (S/U) grading system is presented in Section II, rule M-12, on page 94 of the student handbook, The Cats' Tale. L<\5t &a «j. +° t>rcp CcuC-'C*' HPR\ L Zi, If'7 *-