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Intramural Softball Set [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972

Intramural Softball Set DIVISION A 1. Foul Balls 2. Rames 3. XGI 4. Them 5. Hermies 6. Softball 7. Dumshits 8. Studs DIVISION B 9. Zappers 10. Groovy Goulies 11. Missing Links 12. WBXA 13. AMF 14. De Bunker 15. Trojans 16. Big Boys

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972

Intramural softball started on Monday, April 24, at the Athletic building. Some important news about the games — only Bob Stanley has the official copy of the games. Also the teams that will get a summary of the game, are those who do their own. The teams may send their summary to 851A Kirtland or Charles Carlin at the Capitolist office.

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972

Intramural Bowling Team Standings As of Wednesday, April 19, 1972 TEAM WON LOST 1. All in the Family 7 1 2. XGI 7 1 3. W.B.Y.A.?! 6 2 4. Pinheads 5 3 5. Foulballs 4 4 6. WZAP 2 6 7. The Last Laugh 1 7 This Week's Results W.B.Y.A.?! 3 WZAP 1 Pinheads 4 Last Laugh 0 XGI 4 Foulballs 0 All in the Family Forfeit Individual Results HIGH AVERAGE Cliff Claypool 193 John McCormick 171 Gordy Shuman 171 HIGH SERIES John McCormick 566 Gordy Shuman 556 Cliff Claypool 583 HIGH GAME Mike Kilgallon 213 Dan Slater 202 Gordy Shuman 201

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972

Beyond Dignity and Freedom by Michael Blank Oozing from my pores, I possessed limitless freedom. Binding constriction diminished with the physical body eliminated. Sure, my visceral and blood still functioned. But the real essence of myself emerged; And my amphorous body slumped off the chair. | I touched the sun, inhabitating its apple core. Oozing upon the Grand Canyon, I experienced Union as none had before. Unsheathed, Unshackled, Intermingling with its beauty, Intermingling with its beauty, I was the sunset prevailing upon her slopes. The sea embraced me with emerald waves. Swirling down a whirlpool, I entered the black crevices of spawning life, Here I planted the embryonic seed, I For future generations to harvest.

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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This Week's Chess Puzzle [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972

This Week's Chess Puzzle White to play and mate on the move

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972

\> & oo ^ ^ Oo^^tei^^ COUPON i ^?AA Liij Buy a / j McDonald's ^ ^ ^KKt^ ^fs^^^fssssfgii 19^? and get one FREE with this coupon! W^^K GOOD AT MIDDLETOWN MCDONALD'S LOCATION nm mi F fHFFSFBimrFR LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER. ^ , j£ n . u K _ . • Two 100% Beef Hamburgers Mr. Operator: This coupon was distributed by •TWO slices of meity cheddar cheese Captiol Campus in conjunction with McDonald's, \ KetchupTnd musta?d'e 2270 W. Hbg. Pike, Middletown, Pa. Please honor it • served on a fresh lightly toasted bun and return for a full refund. A H ¦¦" BiimSmiii OFFER EXPIRES JUNE I, 1972 11 iiuiiini miiiiiuiniiii mum ¦ ,.m**~M

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972

jg IRock Festival ^. 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

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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McGovern Comes To Middletown [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

McGovern Comes To Middletown On April 24, Sen. George McGovern (Dem. South Dakota) appeared at the Harrisburg International Airport. A candidate for the presidential nomination, McGovern utilized a "whistle stop" campaign technique in arriving at the airfield, making a few remarks, going around "pressing flesh" and quickly taking off. The entire affair lasted but 30 minutes. But the Senator made the most of those few minutes. His concise remarks and sensible answers to questions posed by the press demonstrated an ability to think on his feet. He took the time to mill among the crowd, shaking hundreds of hands as well as signing dozens of autographs. A hugh percentage of the group at the airport included Capitol Campus students, faculty, and administrators. At least 600 people gathered to hear and see McGovern, including a busload of school children from the Cumberland Valley District. The jetcraft carrying the McGovern entourage was 45 minutes late in arriving, but the thron...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Open "Free" Period Considered [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

Open "Free" Period Considered by Mike Dini At a recent Faculty Council Meeting, the following recommendation concerning a "free" period at Capitol Campus was submitted. The suggestion called for an open period for lunch/ meet ings and educational/cultural programs and events. The recommendation was presented at the Joint Student Affairs Committee Meeting and was deliberated and discussed. The committee voted unanimously to support this recommendation with the intent that "students and faculty alike be given a chance to articulate their impressions and reactions to the concept of an open "free" period at this campus. A group of concerned, interested and involved students circulated a petition which opposed this suggestion. 480 students and faculty members signed the petition. The Joint Student Affairs Committee conducted an "Open | ¦ Forum" where the question of an open "free" period was discussed. Campus community members exchanged ideas concerning the pros and cons of the r...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Rock Festival Is On The War [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

Rock Festival Is On The War Harrisburg Rock Festival II, sponsored by Good People Productions, will happen on Mother's Day, May 14. The raindate is May 21. It is a FREE concert, with free parking, and it will be held in front of the Classroom Building here at Penn State Capitol. The Rock Festival will run from noon until midnight of that Sunday. The concert will feature renowned bands from Central Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Among the Groups are: Big City Music Band, High Gate, High Tension Acres, Mark, Eden, the Elvis Davis Band, Legends, Shanghi, Willow Mill Park, and Beloved. Don Lewis, Mike Bauer, Mike Beckner and the other members of GPP would appreciate any assistance that is offered in the final planning stages for the concert. Student marshalls and stage personnel are desparately needed. The Light Show, which is part of the proposed program, is by World Control Studios under the auspices of the Social Committee of Capitol Campus. This year's Rock ...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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This Week in the SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

This Week in the SGA This week's Senate meeting began with the committee reports when a quorum was reached. The SGA was granted $200 in operating expenses for the remainder of the term. The Business Club was allocated $100 and the Photo Club received $75 to fund its exhibit which is now running in the Gallery Lounge. The Traffic Engineers organization (ITE) was granted $100 to attend a convention, Transpo '72. The Social Committee received $120 for lighting equipment which would then become its permanent property. The XGI's were allocated an additional $73 for air fare to attend a convention in Duluth, Minnesota next week. The Senate approved the grant in a motion where the only dissenting votes were those of Sen. Jerry Scalen and Tres. Don Ekberg, the ranking members of the Finance Committee. The Teaching Award, established as the senior class gift in memory of Dr. James Jordan, needed additional funding. It was announced that the cost of the bronze, being developed in Detr...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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ITE Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

ITE Meeting The Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE) has elected it's club officers for the 1972-73 academic year. Ed Gzarnecki was elected President, Jim Rollimsow, Vice-President, Gene Benton, Secretary and Chuck Emick is the new Treasurer. The organization is also planning to attend Transpo '72, the National Transportation Convention to be held at Dulles Airport, Washington, D.C. The scheduled date is May 30. The show is an international exhibit where transportation companies and agencies display modes of transportation and present and future systems.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

WANT CHEAP . GOOD FOOD? ORGANIC FOOD-COOP BEING FORMED. IF INTERESTED CALL 233-2446.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

|The following alternatives are submitted for your consideration: ___ 1. In favor of an open "free" period. i i ,.. 2. Not in favor of an open "free" period. I I ___ 3. In favor of the recommendation encouraging daytime I Education/Cultural Programs, (with the present schedule remaining unchanged) 4. Other suggestions, (submitted on a separate piece of! paper) " ^Submit this survey to the Capitolist Office, Room 104, as soon as" possible. Results of the survey will then be published. L—___________

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It's Spring — Tra ta! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

It's Spring — Tra ta! Editorials by Tom Hagan Okay, friends. Once again, it's that time of year when our thoughts turn to fresher things. For some, it is the fun of frolicking in the sunshine. For others, it is the more practical problem of finding a job, if only for the summer vacation. But there is something else. A few of you may remember that there is still a war going on. And it just so happens that there is also a National Moratorium today. Consequently, the Harrisburg Peace Center is coordinating a rally outside of the Federal Building in Harrisburg. Yea, I know. Yawn; So what; and What's that gonna do? National Moratoriums are becoming an annual event - like New Year's Eve and Labor Day. Agreed, it won't stop the brilliant move of our beloved President to increase the bombing. And it probably won't even make Nixon realize that we are aware of the lie of Vietnamization. But maybe, just maybe, one more person will begin to suspect some insanity in that war. Maybe it ...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
ELKTWNNEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

ELKTWNNEWS by Lee Nell Once again it is time to choose the Senate and Senate officers for next year. And once again the Capitolist will do its best to inform the students about all the candidates. Without addressing the concept of relative usefulness (or uselessness to some) of the Student Government Association, we will try to present the candidates' views about the organization, the school and a bit about the candidates themselves. Our aim is to present a look at all the candidates, both for the Senate and for the officers positions. Experience has taught us, however, that it is nearly an impossible task to contact every candidate and to get some useful information about each one. We may be slow learners, but we will try to do that again. But if we cannot give equal representation to every person, we will scrap the idea. At the very least, though, we will present a look at all Presidential candidates. It is not nearly so impossible to track down three or four people as i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

Letters To The Editor SGA Pres. Candidates Fellow Students: If I were to suggest a theme which best indicates why I choose to run for SGA President here at Capitol Campus, it would be because I care, I care about you, the student. I care about Capitol Campus. I care about education. And because I care, I am soliciting your support in my candidacy for the Presidency of our SGA. It is important that we continue the strides made this year toward making Capitol Campus "Student Oriented." To keep it student oriented it is essential that the needs and concerns of all fellow students be articulated and made known. Through personal contact, open meetings, and special forums, I would strive to make SGA a true sounding board for new ideas, new concepts, new directions. As SGA President, it would be my goal to gain wider recognition for Capitol Campus, making it known beyond our immediate area as an institution of learning where innovation, experimentation and relevance of program ar...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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NO ON PORNO [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

NO ON PORNO Dear Editor, I was surprised to see the new advertisement for the Star Theater in last week's edition of the CAPITOLIST. Surely this column could be used for more entertaining, cultural or educational material than this trash. If the school paper needs money from advertisements so badly, why not advertise what's playing at the more respectable theaters in the Harrisburg area? I feel this would provide a more relevent service to the student, rather than making him aware of where the local pornography is playing. I'm sure my opinion will be shared by many other students on campus. Bill Duffy

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

Dear Bill, First of all, thanks for taking the time to share your opinion with us on the subject. And we are sorry if you have been offended by the particular advertisement. If you and others feel that such entertainment is trash, so be it. But isn't it rather unfair of one student or a group of students to decide what is relevent entertainment and what is not? Perhaps some students view such "trash" as a valid form of spending one's time and money. As for the more "respectable" theaters in the area, we're working on that too. Sincerely, The Editors

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Open Fourth Period? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

Open Fourth Period? Dear Sir: I am dismayed to learn about the proposal to eliminate the fourth period class next year. I am definitely opposed to this action. The reasons why I am opposed are: now no one is forced to schedule a fourth class and those of us who want to are allowed to; the people who commute (myself being a commuter) must leave very early in order to make an eight o'clock class and many of us would gladly give up lunch to get home before the rush hour traffic, the present proposal would prevent this (in my own case I must leave at 6:15 in the morning and usually get home at 4:30). Some of us also must work to finance our education. If this fourth period is wasted this necessitates our spending an hour on campus which could more profitably be spent elsewhere. This school is not inhabited solely by people who live on campus and I personally doubt that the people who do not live on campus would like to see this happen next year. Thank you, Francis M. Fox

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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