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Let's go to amerika Daddy [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Let's go to amerika Daddy Yes 1 woke up this morning, the sun crekin' through my window eyes, and cars honk on their way. There's the pain inside, and I must hussle myself to the street to find some bread. There's an achin' yearnin' to be free, but here's some friends, but 1 owe them bread from yesterday's. The pain inside, I just want to hide, good lord I jus' wanna' die. Crawled back to my crib to lay in my bed an die, and Mr. Jones only gives me pain while I cry. In comes Johnny, he's got a bag for me and one for him, so we got over another day. Now 1 jus' wanna' say, the pain is gone, but it won't go away long. Jesus Christ I ain't say in' I'm free, there'd only be another jones to be. Footnote: In my wasted room, the tear-walls sweat. They bleed for me, they spin, spinnin' oh lord! There's my face a solemn peace, there's wisdom in my brain, liquid Utopia in my veins. Sweat beads break out from my forehead, with honesty and reality hand in hand. "Hey man! You know everyt...
Republican Club Announces Trip [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Republican Club Announces Trip John S. Lencioni, newly elected President of the College Republican Club, announced that the HACC Republican Club is sponsoring an educational trip to New York City on June 9, 10, 11th. Greyhound bus lines will provide transportation and the Summet Hotel will provide accommodations for the three day trip. The HACC club invites any interested Capitol Campus students to call Bob at 939-7737 or John at 545-9822 before May 28th. The cost for the trip is $25.00.
Lencioni Elected 60P Head [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Lencioni Elected 60P Head John S. Lencioni, 21, of 6230 Elaine Avenue, in Linglestown, was elected President of the College Republican Club at Capitol Campus, at the group's organizational meeting. Lencioni, who is also Treasurer of the Dauphin County Young Republicans, was the founder of the new organization. "We intend to work actively to register students at Capitol," Lencioni said. "And we plan on providing a great deal of support to all Republican candidates in next year's election." Also elected to offices were Aaron Spicher, Vice Chairman; Debbie Verdier, Secretary; and Mark Pesce, Treasurer. The college GOP unit was recognized by both the Capitol Campus Student Government Association and became affiliated with the Pennsylvania Republican College Council last week. Other business at the organizational meeting included the formation of committees and the inauguration of a membership drive. The group is open to all Capitol Campus students who are registered Republican. ...
LOVE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
LOVE The world sits with evil enthroned Her beginning — her end as yet unknown. Dressed in the black robe of hate Not knowing or caring that the time is late. Must evil reign as the power supreme? Is love for humanity a hopeless dream? Can we survive on hate and greed? No, love is the answer - - it is love we need. Love for one another or love for God Both is the answer - - but truely odd. When one loves God - - he also loves his brother For God is our master - - but also our brother. For in each of us there's a part of Him Though Gods presence in some of us is dim. So love one another from sinner to pope For in love only lies our hope.
WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
WAR Brother, dear brother - - Why are you here? Brother, my brother - - what do you fear? My country has sent me - - they say I must fight But my heart and my soul - - they fear its not right. Brother, dear brother --why do you sigh? Brother, oh brother - - why do you cry? I sigh for peace - - but it cannot be I cry for the children - - killed here by me. Brother, oh brother - - why do you pray? Brother, kind brother - - what do you say? I pray for forgiveness - - for thou shalt not kill I say that I'm sorry - - for this is not my will. Brother, dear brother - - where did it begin? Brother, my brother - - where is the end? I do not know - - no - -1 cannot tell End?? soon I pray - - for this war is Hell!
TRUTH [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
TRUTH Ed. Note - The following poems were submitted to THE CAPITOLIST by a student. Although the authors are unknown, that student related they were written by a friend whie in a trance. It is interesting to note that while not in a trance, the author talks and writes as someone who is illiterate. The poem entitled WAR was supposedly written by the spirit of a Viet Nam casualty. We seach for it and find it we say But then somehow, the very next day We forget all the things we should remember, Love everyone in May - - hate in December! We look for it, and claim to see it, Looking is for not, if we cannot be it Truth for one is not truth for another, Love the fat rich man - - hate your Black brother. Kindness, love - - many things truth can be Truth is God - - Truth is you and me. You and I - - the way we chose to live Our errors, our debts - - what of ourselves we give. But only in truth - - will we be free Truth - - of life - - of death - - there lies the key.
Director Herpel Leaves Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Director Herpel Leaves Campus Director Coleman Herpel has "graduated" after over 40 years service in the Penn State University system. A formal reception was staged by Capitol Campus last week in the Gallery Lounge honoring the man who has directed this upper-division of Penn State since its establishment in 1965. Herpel was saluted by his colleagues and by University Park Vice-President Holdeman on the occasion of his retirement. Although he will not officially retire until July 1, Herpel has left the campus and is utilizing the vacation time which he had accumulated. George Dressier, the Finance Officer, reportedly will assume Herpel's post. Although Dressier will not be titled the campus director, he will serve as the administrator ranking highly with Provost Robert E. McDermott and Dean of Faculty Richard Heindel. Herpel graduated from Penn State in 1932, receiving a bachelor of arts degree. He entered graduate study at Harvard University and earned a master of arts in...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
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Political Campaign Grants Available [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Political Campaign Grants Available The Sophia and William Casey Foundation is offering Self-starter Challenge Grants to those who will be voting for the first time in a General Election this November. The last General Election was November, 1968. Grants will be made to first-time voters who conceive and undertake to complete an original project in relation to this year's national election. The project may be based on research, public education, campaigning, and other programs. The Foundation's purpose is to encourage new voters to become active in American politics and to stimulate their imagination along lines of making the campaign issues meaningful, maintaining the credibility of the American political process and expanding public interest and understanding. Assist. Dean of Faculty, Robert J. Brown has application forms for thegrant in his office, suite 200. The application deadline is August 15, 1972. Brown believes this to be an interesting opportunity for some of Capi...
Alaska Traveling Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Alaska Traveling Exhibit From June 5 to June 23, in the Gallery Lounge, an art exhibit will be staged. "Artists of Alaska" is a traveling exhibition of 52 works by 21 artists, which will tour the "lower 48" states during 1971-73. A proper subtitle for this excellent exhibit might be "The Face of Alaska", as the subject matter ranges the entire length of our largest state. Mount McKinley, the Portage Glacier, Matanuska Valley, Cordova Harbor, the ancient Russian churches and the buildings of the New Alaska are just a few of the landmarks featured in this show. There are Eskimos, totem poles, ice fishing, the midnight sun and midday glow, and the animals - caribou, owls, porcupines and fish - pictorially depicted in other works. The flavor, excitement and, yes, the mystery, too, of the "Last Frontier" are all embodied in this vital exhibition. The 21 artists in this show have exhibited widely throughout Alaska at the Anchorage Fine Arts Museum; Alaska State Museum in Juneau: F...
Origin - DesMoii survey [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Origin - DesMoii survey The following survey will be used by the senior transportation students, to determine major origin locations used by all people traveling to the campus. Your assistance will be appreciated since useful information pertaining to travel to and from the campus can only be obtained through the cooperation of everyone. Please return question sheet as soon as possible to box at ROUND TABLE. Check one (unless other information is called for). 1. Affiliation Student, Jr. Student, Sr. Grad. Faculty Staff 2. Where did you leave from Dorms, this Thursday morning? Meade Heights; University Apts. Other (Specify nearest city or borough ____^___^___ 3. How did you travel Auto ___________^. to class or work this Motorcycle ___________ Thursday? Bicycle Walk Public Trans. 4. If you drove to the Rear Ad. Bldg. ^^^ campus, where did you Front (Upper Lot) park? Lab. 606, Wharton Ave. 5. If you traveled by Passenger vehicle, were you a Driver 6. If you live off campus Mai...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
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Fed. Aid to Church-Related Colleges? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Fed. Aid to Church-Related Colleges? Cleveland, Ohio (LP.) -- How to maintain their traditional religious outlook and still qualify for direct federal aid, should it be made available, is a problem that church-related private colleges may be facing soon, believes Rev. Henry F. Birkenhauer, S.J., president of John Carroll University. In his recently published "Report of the President," Father Birkenhauer says he feels that church-affiliated schools will be able to qualify for funds "as long as religion retains its 'third-dimensional' character." He said that a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of four church-related colleges in Connecticut may open the door for direct federal support. "Built into that decision is the right of any institution of higher learning to qualify for direct federal aid provided that its educational function is not distorted by its religious commitment. "In the words of Chief Justice Burger, 'institutions with admittedly religious functions b...
The Bathtub Race 1st Kaput [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
The Bathtub Race 1st Kaput The First Annual Capitol Campus Bathtub Race is over. Last Wednesday, May 24, five groups entered the race, one of the entries from Penn State's Berks Campus. The entry from Berks won the race over the 3 and one-quarter mile campus course. The tub, Denton's Disaster, just edged out the Ghoti entry near the finish, along side the Classroom Building. Before the race, a Best-Looking Tub contest was held. The highest score possible after the judging was 45 points. Denton's Disaster rated 42 points and Capitol's Ghoti entry garnered 37. The remaining entries, all from Capitol, were the Ghooles', driven by Paul Shewchk; the XGI's, and Captain Amerika. Denton's Disaster finished first, followed by Ghoti, driven by Mark Weiss, Captain Amerika, Ghooles and the XGI's. The former servicemen had slight difficulty manuevering their tub because they had to push it even when the course went downhill. At the start, the Berks entry steered into the XGI's tub, possi...
Finals Reached In Tennis Tourney [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Finals Reached In Tennis Tourney Capitol Campus will stage an intramural tennis tournament to determine Capitol's representatives in the Inter-University match at University Park, June 3. The singles finalists are Jack Hilbert, a junior engineer, and John Phillips, a senior business student. Hilbert reached the finals by defeating Bob Guss 6-1, 6-1, Ron Warhola, 6-0, 6-2 and Bob Lopez 7-6, 6-1. Phillips had only two matches before reaching the finals. He defeated Grant Berry 6-3, 6-4 and Jim O'Donnell 6-4, 6-4. In doubles, the finalist teams were Bob Lopez and Jim O'Donnell, both senior business students, and the team of Phillips and Hilbert. After an exciting, artistic display of tennis, Lopez and O'Donnell defeated Phillips and Hilbert in 3 long sets, all reaching the 9 point tie breaker. The scores were 7-6, 6-7, 7-6. The tournament on June 3 will be composed of representatives from each of the PSU campus'. Capitol has a good chance of finishing high by sending these four...
Intramural Bowling [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Intramural Bowling Final Regular Standings TEAM WON LOST 1. W.B.Y.A.?! 19 9 2. XGI's 19 9 3. All in the Family 18 10 4. Foulballs 18 10 5. Pinheads 17 11 6. Last Laugh 13 15 7. WZAP 8 20 Wednesday's Results W.B.Y.A. ?! 4 XGI's 0 All in the Family 2 Foulballs 2 Last Laugh 4 (Forfeit against WZAP) Pinheads 4 (Forfeit) Individual Standings HIGH AVERAGE Cliff Claypool 180 HIGH SERIES John McCormick 566 HIGH GAME Gunter Idler 232 Rolloffs May 31 Semifinals (XGI's vs All in the Family) June 7 Finals (Semifinals Winner vs W.B.Y.A.?!)
Capitol Wins Bowling Championship [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972
Capitol Wins Bowling Championship On May 19th and 20th, the Capitol Campus bowling team competed at University Park against other regional winners for the Championship of the Student Affairs Invitational Tournament. Three rounds of bowling were rolled. Scoring was based on match points, the team with the most match points being declared the winner. To win a match point a team had to win at least two of the three games plus total pins. In the first round against Beaver Campus, Capitol really put it together in the third game, after spliting the first two games, by rolling a very respectable 938 series. This was the highest series rolled in the tournament. As a result, Capitol Campus won the first match by a convincing 2551-2484 margin on total pin count. The second round was the most crucial contest of the tournament as Capitol's opposition was Altoona, which had previously routed Hazleton Campus with a 2649 series in their first round. Capitol, with consistent bowling, immed...