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

It doesn't amount to much Which isn't much at all considering all the car has amounted to in 23 years- Cameron Auto, Inc. ¦ 3400 Paxton Street Harrisburg, Pa. u Ac T0 's *»!"*» „ 9 Harrisburg East Mall *P.O.E. suggested retail price, Sedan 111. Local taxes, other dealer charges not Included. .$1,999.' .

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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mCapitol vs MilersvUe [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

mCapitol vs MilersvUe PLAYER SCORE PTS Jim Reed Even Vh Larry Gallo 0 Robert Hartman 0 Bill Mitchell 0 Dan Slatter 0 Vh PLAYER SCORE PTS MelWoolf Even Vh. Tom Sherk 9 & 7 3 Bruce Eckert 6 & 4 3 Clark Tomlinson 8&7 3 Jeff Smith 8 & 6 3 13%

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

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

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This Week's Chess Puzzle [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

This Week's Chess Puzzle Black to play and mate in two moves

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

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TennisTeam Loses Third [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 May 1972

TennisTeam Loses Third Last Wednesday, the Capitol Campus tennis team lost its third match of the season to Millersvllle State College by the score of 9 to 0. Previously, the team lost to Millersville and Schuylkill Haven, but the improvements were noted in each match. Despite some brilliant play by John Phillips, Jackie Hilbert, Jim O'Donnel, and Bob Lopez, the more experienced Millersville proved to be too much for Capitol's team. The best match and most encouraging play was put in by John Mason, who was finally beaten after three sets by J. Wolf by the score of 5-7, 6-3, 4-6. Mason (pictured above) had previously been hampered by a quick temper which caused him to lose composure and rush his shots, but on Wednesday, he was the picture of coolness as he pressured his opponent into three sets. Volleying well, Mason used his brains and his legs to stay in the match as he showed how tennis should be played. This Saturday, the tennis team plays another home match and students ...

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

Fol Dancing Thursday evenings at 7:30 on campus

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VOTE-Election Day Today-VOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

VOTE-Election Day Today-VOTE TODAY is General Election Day. The polls, located in the Gallery Lounge, will be open until 6:00 p.m. Seniors and juniors will be electing new executive officers and senior senators for the 1972-73 academic year. Also on the ballot are constitutional questions, a presidential preference section, and the nominees for the James A. Jordan Jr. Memorial Teaching Award. Students are eligible to vote only if they show the poll-watchers their Penn State ID card. Absentee ballots are also due by the 6 o'clock deadline. All students are urged to let their individual voices be heard by voting. The results are tentatively scheduled to be published in the Student Center later TONIGHT. The following students are running for SGA offices: EXECUTIVE OFFICERS PRESIDENT: Eugene Bryan, SO SC; Mike Dini, SO SC - Sec. Ed.; Fred Manas, SO SC; Ray Nearhood, HUM; John Sheridan, BUS. VICE-PRESIDENT: Max Brady, BUS; Charlie Carlin, SO SC; Marilyn Levin, SO SC. RECORDING SE...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Capitol's Reaction to Nixon's War Escalation [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

Capitol's Reaction to Nixon's War Escalation Last Tuesday morning, in the wake of Pres. Nixon's escalation of the War in Indochina, this campus did not erupt in anger, but it did display an anguished concern over .the Nixon policy. At an emergency meeting of the Student Government Association, the Senate passed the following by the oddly narrow vote of 7 in favor, 6 opposed, and 1 abstention. The Student Government Association of the Capitol Campus of the Pennsylvania State University hereby authorizes that an academic symposium be immediately initiated to constructively discuss and protest the recent developments in the war policies of the United States Government in Indochina. The members of the Senate almost blocked an effort to hold the impromtu symposium which was supposed to serve as an organ to calm down the campus community. After the action taken by the SGA, Pres. Terry Wimmer took it to an emergency session of the Faculty Council, which in turn endorsed the SGA's a...

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COURSE ADVISEMENT NEXT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

COURSE ADVISEMENT NEXT WEEK A planning meeting concerning advisement and registration was held on Monday, May 8th. Participating were students, Division Heads and Faculty. The following procedures were approved as a means of collecting data which will hopefully eliminate the problem of students not being able to be enrolled in courses they desire or are advised to pursue. All currently enrolled undergraduate students who plan to attend the Summer Term 1972 must be pre-advised the week of May 22-26. Arrangements should be made for an appointment with your advisor to be conducted during that time. Prior to the appointment, students must pick up a registration packet at the Records Office (Room E-106). As soon as you are advised, take your completed packet to the Records Office. All undergraduate students must finalize registration on Tuesday, June 27in, The week of May 22-26 will also be pre-advisement for all students who plan to return next year. Actual pre-registration will...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

Rock Festival Postponed Rain Will be held This Sunday, May 21

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New Numbers [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

New Numbers Effective the summer term, in order to adjust to University-wide numbers, the course numbering system will be slightly revised. All 498 labels, independent studies, will become 496. All 499 labels, Special Topics, will be designated 498.

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Tarieim [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

Tarieim The new Capitol Campus Literary Magazine, Tarnheim, will be available on Tuesday, May 23, at the Roundtable. There will be no charge for the publication.

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What Is The Cost Of Peace? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

What Is The Cost Of Peace? The Harrisburg Center for Peace and Justice has carried the cause of peace in this area for many months now. They can't continue alone. That's right. They need money. But they need it to help us all fight for peace. Any contributions will be greatly accepted. Look into your conscience and help if you can. Thank you. Harrisburg Center for Peace and Justice

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

No Classes: Monday, May 29 Make-up Date: Thursday, June 15

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End The War! NOW! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

End The War! NOW! by Lee Nell In all likelihood, by the time this is printed, nearly everything that can be said about the War will have been said again and again. But since some students may want to know where we stand, we will write briefly on the subject. There will not be many original thoughts in this editorial because the war has become a subject about which original thoughts are immediately rejected, and because nearly everything has been said before. The point is that we want this war to end now. Not tomorrow, not next week. NOW! We have been bought off too many times with promises of "as soon as possible." And we think it's about time that some real action must be taken. "Soon" has arrived. Of course, no one wants to sec the POWs lives tossed away. And we are not suggesting that we pull out at the cost of the 60,000 American lives still remaining in Viet Nam. But the question none of the war-promoters arc thinking about is the one of how many more lives are being lo...

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Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

Letters To The Editor current fantasy Dear Students, well boys and girls'- we are here again, we all get to exercise our gawd-given right it's s.g.a. election time, capitol campus being the true reflection of democracy in action that it is, has seen fit to arrange a political orgasm for all of us even you kazonka- can be president . . . provided, of course, that you fulfill 817 requirements e s t ab 1 ished by the administration via the student government association (that hopeless caucus of munchkin demigods). the great white father administration has provided us with the s.g.a. it is an avenue for mature and conscienceous communication- as long as we use their words, on their grounds, and on their issues- or no money, sonny. with my classic case of paranoia, i see the s.g.a. as another means by which the administration can further isolate and/or insulate the students from the reality of their powerlessness. DIRECTIVE Because of the 417,386 students on the waiting list, a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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ELECTED OFFICIALS - GODS? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

ELECTED OFFICIALS - GODS? or Richard M. Nixon the Omnicient! Sirs: 1 was dismayed to find that yet another presidential commission has delivered its report and because the conclusions drawn do not agree with the prejudices of our elected officials their findings were scorned. 1 am referring to the c o m m issio n on over-population whose finding that it is desirable to have abortion available on demand was denounced by the "HONORABLE RICHARD M. NIXON THE OMNICIENT, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND WARDER OF OUR MORALS" as an unacceptable solution. 1 would like to know why after studying problems for months the conclusions of many presidential commissions are rejected offhandedly. If the politicians "know" the answers, why form a commission? I'm tired of "Big Brother" telling a woman she must have a child just because she had the misfortune to become pregnant in Pennsylvania and not in New York or in a more liberal country. Surely some people can afford to go...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Nixon Morally Right To Mine [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972

Nixon Morally Right To Mine Barbary's Philosop hy Class Robert W. Bonaker "President Nixon was morally "right" when he ordered the mining and naval blockade of North Vietnamese harbors." This notion was decided by a Capitol Campus philosophy class last week. Dr. George F. Barbary's class, Phil. 345, assessed Nixon's move from a philosopher's vantage point and concluded by a vote of 25 to 4 that he took a justifiable action. One student abstained from the voting. The class considered the following question: "Disregarding policies that he might have followed in the past, and faced with imminent danger in Viet Nam, was the President morally justified at the time he made the fateful decision?" The ethics class decided he was justified, pointing out that the action was intended to protect United States troops and Prisoners of War. Barbary's group also considered the ramifications of Nixon's move in the Far East, analyzing moral, ethical and philosophical determinants. The class...

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