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Capitol Tennis Scores [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 25 May 1972
Capitol Tennis Scores SINGLES J. Phillips 6-4, 6-3 J. Hilbert 6-4, 6-3 J. O'donnell 6-0, 6-3 J. Trandler 7-5, 6-3 B. Lopez 6-3,4-6, 6-3 J. Mason 3-6,4-6 G. Harakal 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 K. Reinsmith 6-4,6-2 DOUBLES Phillips-Hilbert 7-6,6-1 Lopez-O'donnell 4-6,7-6, 6-7 Harakal-Reinsmith 6-0,6-2
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ONE MORE TIME [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
ONE MORE TIME Harrisburg Rock Festival II With the lapse of a week and a half since Harrisburg Rock Festival II, no one should be unaware of its success. Those of Capitol who were there know all about it. Those who did not attend undoubtedly have received numerous accounts of the day's events. Yet, for the sake of redundancy, read on, it was such a significant event - the highlight of the year. After a week's delay due to the wet weather conditions, the Rock Festival HAPPENED on May 21. But the preparations for the festival began long before the music started. The all-out celebration of May 13 left members of the staff of THE CAPITOLIST so "wasted" that they were out of their heads for several days. The party of that Saturday was a joyous occasion, to say the least. Despite the warnings from the federal Weather Bureau, everybody involved with Goodpeople Productions was optimistic about the Festival being held as scheduled. On that Saturday, with the influx of tons of peopl...
All-Athletic Picnic [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
All-Athletic Picnic On Sunday, June 11, the Social Committee will sponsor an Athletic Activities Picnic, to be held at Jednota Farm. The affair will run from 2:00 p.m. to 7 o'clock. The purpose of the picnic is to honor athletes who participated in campus varsity sports as well as the cheerleaders. Awards will be presented to those individuals. All students and faculty are invited to participate. Some food will be provided, and admission is free. No alcoholic beverages will be permitted at the picnic. Sports activities available at the feat include: tennis, volleyball, basketball, baseball, bobbin' for apples, sack races, girl-boy games, and swimming. Lifeguards are needed for swimming activities. No beachouse facilities will be available for swimming.
Senate Run-Off Election [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Senate Run-Off Election TODAY, June 1, a special run-off election for the remaining at-large SGA senate seats will be held. The polls are in the Student Government office, W-104. The candidates are Evon Golphin of Social Science and Judith LePere of Elementary Education. Golphin and LePere tied at 33 votes in the SGA General Election on May 18. New executive officers and senior senators were elected at that time. Mike Dini was elected President and Max Brady Vice-President. Debra Young is the new corresponding secretary and Bernie Boyle the recording secretary. Tom Dixon was elected Treasurer. Ron Edwards was elected Social Science senator. Bonnie McSweeny and Ron Snyder, from Humanities and Engineering, respectively, won uncontested races for their seats. The new at-large senators are Robert Thompson, Joe Kubiak and Elyse Paul. Joe Perretta will represent the Business program and Jim Quill, Elementary Education.
Letter to the Editor Thanks GPP. For HJ?.F. II [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Letter to the Editor Thanks GPP. For HJ?.F. II To: Mike Bauer, Don Lewis, Rich Vanore, Chas Marcarelli, Sam Randazzo, Mike Beckner, Mike Kelly, Tom Herrity, Denny Hassler, Phil Wexler, Paul Mirabile and all members of G J\P. and the Head Shop. The success of the recent Rock Festival can be attributed directly to your efforts. The event was a terrifically complex one to plan and coordinate. The fact that so many people were able to spend an enjoyable day should give you satisfaction for the effort you devoted to the festival. James D. South ED NOTE: The Capitolist staff certainly echoes Mr. South's gratitude to all those who worked so hard to make the festival a success. G.P.P., The Head Shop and many others put in literally thousands of hours on the project. We think the campus and even the entire University should be grateful for your efforts. Thank you.
DTK Forum With Dr. McDermott [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
DTK Forum With Dr. McDermott On Tuesday, June 6, Delta Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society, will sponsor a forum with Provost Robert E. McDermott. The discussion is open to everyone in the Capitol community and will take place in theGallery Lounge, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Dr. McDermott is the new chief executive officer of Capitol Campus, having assumed his post in February. He is the former Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Arkansas. He recently returned from an extensive business trip to Germany. All students are invited to come and hear the new Provost. It is an opportunity to discover his opinions on a wide range of topics relating to student affairs.
Placement Office Services [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Placement Office Services The Placement Office reports that job offers to Capitol Campus seniors are running about 15% ahead of last year at this time, a sign of an improving economic situation as it pertains to the entire country. Notifications of employment offers by school districts and government agencies are just beginning to come in and should pick up during the next three or four weeks. It would appear that between 60% and 70% of the class will have firm job offers at Commencement time, according to the office. The Placement Office will offer a post-baccalaureate service. Students in search of jobs and uncommitted at the time of Commencement, are urged to register with the Placement Office and to notify it of their unemployed status. During the course of the summer months and early fall, the Placement Office will receive calls indicating the availability of positions for holders of specific degrees. Graduates on the unemployed list residing in Pennsylvania will be not...
Rummage Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Rummage Sale The Meade Heights Board of Governors is having a rummage sale on Wednesday, June 7th, at 1:00 p.m. It will be held at the recreation area in Meade Heights. The sale is designed for seniors and for anybody else who has anything they would like to sell. This could include rugs, pans, pots, bikes, books and TVs. Articles can be brought to 834A Nelson Dr. or you can bring them the day of the sale. For any information call 944-7764. The Board of Governors will reserve 10 percent of the sale price. Refreshments will also be served.
lis Graduation Time [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
lis Graduation Time This year's Commencement activities will begin at 4:00 p.m. on June 24, 1972. The graduation ceremonies will take place on the lawn in front of the classroom building, weather permitting. The alternate site for the activities is the Harrisburg Farm Show Arena on Cameron Street. If the decision to switch the ceremonies from the front lawn to the Farm Show Building is necessitated, students will be notified several hours in advance. The wearing of the traditional cap and gown is optional. Father Ronald Stiscia will give the invocation. Father Stiscia has served as chaplain of Capitol Campus for much of this year. Dr. Roger B. Saylor, Commencement Marshall, announces that instructions for student participation will soon be available. Included in the instructions are where and when students should check in and their seating assignments. All students who graduated from Capitol during the Fall, Winter and Spring Terms, 1971-1972 are eligible. Prof. William Au...
Free Graduation Gift [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Free Graduation Gift A notice from the Office of Placement and Alumni Relations indicates that all seniors to graduate in the Class of '72 will be "gifted" by the Penn State Alumni Association with, in the words commonly used in conferring degrees, "all the rights and privileges pertaining thereto. Membership in the Penn State Alumni Association is the key to membership in the Capitol Campus Alumni Association. The gift of membership in the former is at the same time, a gift of membership in the latter. Because of the constituent relationship of the Capitol Campus Alumni Association to the Penn State Alumni Association, renewal of membership in the former is renewal of membership in the latter. Billing for renewed membership after the initial year will be by the Penn State Alumni Association out of the Alumni Office at University Park. The oftice hopes a substantial number of Capitol graduates will be interested in actively participating in the affairs of the Capitol Campus ...
The Barbarous U.S. Bombing of Indo-China [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
The Barbarous U.S. Bombing of Indo-China Pacific News Our current bombing campaign in Indo-China is something almost entirely new in the history of warfare. The Nazis' bombing in support of Franco's forces in the Spanish Civil War - the campaign that lifted the curtain on the age of modern aerial warfare — is the only other instance of a great power's supporting one side in a civil war almost exclusively through bombing. But the present American campaign is really in a class by itself, if only because of its magnitude: our air force over IndoChina is the most powerful ever assembled in a single theatre of war, and the theatre is a small one. Moreover, this latest form of intervention in the Indo-China war represents a culmination of our century's tendency toward mechanized killing. In this campaign, the growing official American indifference to human life reaches almost perfection, outstripping by far our performance during the massacres in Bengal, when we were only mute obs...
Summer Jobs [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Summer Jobs Beginning on July 1, 1972, two jobs will be open to students. The positions pay $1.90 per hour as Parking Control Security Patrolmen. Hours worked include 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 pjri., Monday through Friday. Interested students may contact Miss Jennings, E-106, for applications and further details.