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Capitol Splits With LI. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972
Capitol Splits With LI. Club Baseball by Steve Rosenzweig The Capitol Campus nine split a doubleheader with Lebanon Valley College last Saturday. After a brutal 14-0 loss in the first game Capitol came back with an impressive 6-2 victory behind the solid pitching of Andy Oronzi. Capitol had little to cheer about in the first game as Bulko of Lebanon Valley pitched a three-hit shutout. The only bright spot for Capitol was a good relief stint by Steve Rosenzweig who gave up only one run while striking out seven in three innings. The big story of the day was the 6-2 Capitol win in the second game. The team finally put it together to help relieve the frustrations that have been building all season. In that game, Capitol had it's highest output of the season with six runs and twelve hits. Steve Kansowitz had three hits while Phil Wexler, Stan Laskowski, and Barry Deacon had two apiece. Capitol jumped off to a 4-0 lead in the first inning. Wexler led off with a walk and then sto...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972
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SCORES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 May 1972
SCORES SINGLES: Phillips 3-6,2-6 O'Donnell 6-0,6-2 Topez 2-6,0-6 Trindler 0-6,3-6 Harakal 1-6,0-6 Reinsmith 6-1,3-6,2-6 Collins 1-6,3-6 DOUBLES: Lopez-O'Donnell 2-6,3-6 Phillips-Collins 6-7,4-6 Harakal-Reinsmith 6-1, 1-6, 2-6 TOTAL: Lebanon Valley 8 Capitol Campus 1
MIKE DINI Elected President [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
MIKE DINI Elected President SGA General Elections Mike Dini has been elected President of the Student Government Association for the academic year 1972-73. In last Thursday's balloting, Dini received approximately 32 per cent of the valid votes cast for President, in a six-way race. Max Brady, a junior Business student who is also Advertising Manager for THE CAPITOIiST, was elected Vice-President. Bernie Boyle was elected Recording Secretary and Debra Young Corresponding Secretary in uncontested races. Tom Dixon defeated Don Snyder in their head-to-head confrontation in the contest for SGA Treasurer. Five program senators and four at-large senators were also chosen. Ron Edwards will represent Social Science students in the coming year. Incumbent senator Joe Perretta was reelected as a representative of the Business Program. Bonnie McSweeny, Humanities, and Ron Snyder, Engineering, were also reelected, in uncontested races. Jim Quill won a tight four-way race to be elected ...
A. Edwards Presents Lecture [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
A. Edwards Presents Lecture S.G.A. elections were not the only highlights of the day at Capitol last Thursday. There was also an interesting display of art on hand in the Gallery Lounge and a lecture presented by the artist who produced it, Herbert Edwards. Mr. Edwards' work, which included a series of oil paintings on canvas and velvet, drew widespread praise from those students who got to view the collection during its week long stay in the lounge. A graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Mr. Edwards worked for a number of years as a commercial artist. He has taught art at the Bettis Atomic Energy Laboratory. In 1959 he switched from the commercial art field to formal art and from there proceded to work with the oil productions which were on display. Primarily a portrait artist, he has done protraits of several prominent people. His works have been shown in Toronto, Canada; Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and New York. His lecture dealt with the field of commercial ...
FMJIL JHWOUNCEMEMT FROM THE CAPIIOLITE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
FMJIL JHWOUNCEMEMT FROM THE CAPIIOLITE YEARBOOK SHIPMENT CUT In an editorial decision last week, the total yearbook order of the 1972 Capitolite has been cut by fifty books. Editor Tom Ogden told Capitolist reporters, "We just have not been selling enough books to justify its production. Despite that fact, we will continue delivery of books to those who have been faithful enough to order." Ogden suggested that part of the staffs problem has been students' promise to order books and failure to do so. As a result, an over-speculation on the staffs part would have caused dozens of extra annuals to flood Capitol Campus next year. Rather than cheapen the yearbook, the editors of the Capitolite decided to cancel all further organized sales and order only enough extra copies of the 1972 annual for problems in mailing inter-school trade and staff use. Students who have neglected to purchase books and still wish to attempt to do so are advised to contact either Tom Ogden at 944-776...
Alcoa Scholarship [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
Alcoa Scholarship Capitol Campus has again received a grant of $750.00 from the Alcoa Foundation. This is to be used to support one student in either EDET or MDET for the school year 1972-73. A committee has been formed to screen applicants and select an a war dee. This committee desires to receive application from all students who feel that their scholarship and/or need for financial assistance warrants their being considered for this award. A tentative deadline of May 25th has been established for receiving applications. Those interested in being considered should make application at office suite W-356. Further information may be obtained from Dr. R.T. Brown in W-356C, Prof. W.H. Adkins in E-356 or Prof. D. Miller in W-164. Students who have previously complete*, application for the All University Scholarships need not resubmit a form as they will be automatically considered.
AND NEXT YEAR? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
AND NEXT YEAR? Editorials by Tom Hagan Let's see. The Head Shop started in the Fall of '70. That means it is about a year and a half old, or almost six semesters at Capitol Campus. It is a graduating senior in a literal sense. The starters of the Head Shop were then juniors, for the most part. While many present juniors have shown interest this year, their attendance at meetings is an indication of the diminishing participation. In addition, some seniors turned their concerns toward future directions away from Capitol. Many members are concerned about the Head Shop's future. Since its beginning, it has been one of the best organizations on this campus. There was the "bust scare" of last year. The Head Shop organized those dialogue sessions to help promote understanding among administrators, faculty, and students regarding both the pros and cons of drug use. It held dances and initiated the Thanksgiving dinner, to further a better community feeling at Capitol. It started th...
Election Works of Art? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
Election Works of Art? Letters to the Editor To the editor: Who is Bryan? Who is Brady? Who is Lavin? Who or what is a Dini, a Dixon or a Carlin? Are they the second string for santa's sled this coming winter? or last winter for that matter; they are just names stuck on the walls, floors windows and doors - or any other place else they can find - without coming into the open to show their faces. What happen to open debates and rallies? What happen to the open forum of coming before the student body to let them know who they are? Are they ashame of something? Or are they afraid of not getting elected? There were times when students knew who they were voting for, not mere guessing what they were voting for. There were times when the candidates — if he really thought he was worthy of office - would come before the student body to present his ideas and philosphies in an open manner. So take down all these posters and fliers they're nothing but a bunch of hers, until the policy o...
fn The BS.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
fn The BS.U. The Black Student Union Choir of the Capitol Campus has been performing at many colleges in the past weeks. The choir is directed by the very talented Carol Sims. She not only conducts but plays the piano and arranges most of the music for the choir. Carol is a 12th term Social Science major who is graduating in June. She is doing a marvelous job and enjoys working with the B.S.U. choir as well as her own Freedom Choir in Philadelphia. The B.S.U. choir will be singing at the Black Arts Festival in Harrisburg on Friday, May 28th, at 9:30 pjn. The choir has as its members many people who will be graduating in June. They include the lead singer, Lois Brockington, Patricia Williams, Brenda Colston, Gregory Garth, Leroy Howell and Richard Willis. Best wishes to Carol and all of the graduating seniors from the B.S.U.
This Week In The SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
This Week In The SGA This week s Senate meeting hurriedly began with the committee reports. Harvey Brown of the Election Committee reported that "everything went smoothly" during the voting last Thursday. But there was one hitch. The At-Large seat won by Steve Levy has been vacated by Levy's withdrawal from the University Levy, it was announced, has no plans to return to Capitol next fall. The candidate receiving the next highest number of votes would theoretically assume Levy's seat. But there is a tie in the voting for that seat. Judith LePere, of Elementary Education, and Evon Golphin, of Social Science, are tied at 33 votes. The original tabulation showed the pair tied at 34, but a recount found them tied at 33. A special run-off election will be held next Thursday, June 1, to decide the winner. Any member of the student body may participate, voting for either Golphin or LePere. The constitutional question failed to pass due to a lack of enough students voting for the me...
Thanks — From Mike [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
Thanks — From Mike Fellow Campus Members: As your newly elected student body president, I wish to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to all of you who supported, encouraged and worked for my election. Lest we not forget those of you who supported the other dedicated individuals who sought to represent you. Your participation and support of their candidacies is an example of the concern and conviction we all shoulder as members of the Capitol Campus community. I call on all of you for your support in continuing our strides at making and keeping our campus "student oriented". Yes, we can make a difference! Mike Dini President-El ect Capitol Campus SGA
Here We Go Again [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
Here We Go Again by R. W. Bonaker The abrupt cancellation of Fertility Day last week marked a low point in the area of student participation in campus activities. For the entire academic year, student apathy in not attending educational and cultural events, club meetings and sports events has seriously undermined the extra-curricular life of the college. Yet many people have complained about an apparent lack of activities to stimulate the social life on campus. But we see no lack in the number of activities, just a lack of students going to those activities. In the fall term, numerous events were scheduled, but very few of them produced much student interest. Then, the Social Committee and the Cultural Programs Committee did not receive as much in the way of funds to schedule a comprehensive activities program. Consequently, the number of activities had to be curtailed. Still, an adequate number of events were planned. Student interest was generally lacking. Fertility Day wa...