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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

VW's Serviced Penna. Inspection O'Brian Auto, Inc. Authorized SAAB Dealer Lebanon Valley Shopping Center Palmyra, Pa. 17078 Phone 838-1346 John Hershey, Gen. Manager Capitol '71

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-Blossoms- [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

-Blossoms- Right Lane Only! Brought to you by Dauphin Deposit Bank, Be Dauphin De-positive because of Inter-state 83, which is funded by Yield. Then, only to have Speed Limit 50 Radar Enforced causing Emergency Stopping Only, to Stop. No Passing Zone which switched places with Speed Zone Ahead causing Right Lane Only to be coincided with 1-83 South, causing Left Lane Only to be brought to you by: Right Lane Closed, funded by: Right Lane Closed, but only coinciding with Merging Traffic, brought by Cadillac-Olds Dealers combined with forty acres Zoned 1-3, who owns Snow Relief Route, all cut off by Right Turn Lane Only. Bulletin: The sign Right Turn Only was attacked by The Finest in Cartridge Tapes, which wasn't gaudy enough because Gulf, Texaco, and Midas Muffler battled Stop into a submissive Yield and etched their new initials: Right On. Meanwhile Beware! There stood President Slippery, sixteen ft. (pronounced 'phft') high and six in.; And who do you think she was? Oh neve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

"C'mon lady. Stop screaming. Think of this as living theatre, bringing art to the people."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

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Five Faculty Members Promoted [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

Five Faculty Members Promoted The promotions of five faculty members at Capitol Campus have been announced by Dr. Richard H. Heindel, dean of faculty. Promoted are: Dr. Mihailo Dordevic, to professor of humanities and literature. Dr. Robert J. Lesniak, to associate professor of education. Dr. Robert J. Bresler, to associate professor of political science and social science. Dr. Frank J. Swetz, to assistant professor of mathematics and education. Dr. David Langmeyer, to assistant professor of psychology and education. Dr. Dordevic came to Capitol Campus in 1969 from Western Washington State College in Bellingham, Washington, where he was an instructor in the Foreign Language Department. A native of Yugoslavia, he received his master of arts degree in French at the University of Belgrade in 1949 and his docteur es lettres in modern comparative literature at the University of Paris in 1958. Since coming to the United States, he also has taught at Converse College, Spartansburg,...

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Rifliman New Social Science Head [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

Rifliman New Social Science Head Dr. Irwin Richman, associate professor of American Studies and History at Capitol Campus, has been appointed chairman of the Social Science Programs including the new graduate program in American Studies at the campus. This program plays a special role in carrying out the innovational responsibility which has been given to the Capitol Campus by The Pennsylvania State University. Capitol is the only upper division and graduate level campus among the Commonwealth Campuses. pr. Richman's appointment was" confirmed by Dr. George D. Wolf, head of the Division of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. A member of the faculty since 1968, Dr. Richman formerly served as special projects assistant to the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. He also had served as assistant historian for the Division of Research and Publications for the Commission and curator of history for the William Penn Memorial Museum in Harri...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

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G.R.E. Dates Announced [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

G.R.E. Dates Announced The Educational Testing Service has announced that undergraduates and others preparing to go to graduate school may take the Graduate Record Examinations on any of six different test dates during the current academic year. The first testing date for the GRE is October 28, 1972. Scores from this administration will be reported to the graduate schools around December 4. Students planning to register for the October test date are advised that applications received by ETS after October 3 will incur a $3.50 late registration fee. After October 10, there is no guarantee that applications for the October test date can be processed. The other five test dates are December 9, 1972, January 20, February 24 (only the Aptitude Test is administered), April 28, and June 16, 1973. Equivalent late fee and registration deadlines apply to these dates. Choice of test dates should be determined by the requirements of graduate schools or fellowship sponsors to which one is ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

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Campus Staff Hit Hard By Agnes [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

Campus Staff Hit Hard By Agnes A preliminary survey of the faculty and staff of Capitol Campus revealed that nine families experienced personal and property loss as a result of the recent flood caused by Hurricane Agnes. Dr. Mihailo Dordevic, Professor of Humanities and literature, returned from a summer in Europe to find that more than $15,000 damage was done to his home by the flood. Additionally, personal losses of furniture and other effects will probably double that figure. Among the more valuable items lost were complete sets of autographed, first editions of three famous authors and a fourteenth century icon which had survived the Turkish conquest of Serbia. Dr. James G. McAree, Professor of Social Sciences and History at Capitol Campus, had been enlisting his colleagues for weekend work parties to clean up as much of the damage at Dordevk's home as is possible. Repairs have begun, but will take months to complete because all walls and floors must dry out completely b...

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Conferences Develop Skills Of State Leaders [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

Conferences Develop Skills Of State Leaders Forty top State executives recently attended the first session of the 12-week Governor's Executive Leadership Conference for Pennsylvania State Executives which is being held at Capitol Campus. The participants, who include four members of Governor Shapp's cabinet and numerous deputies, were welcomed to the initial session by Dr. Robert E. McDermott, Provost of Capitol Campus, and Secretary of Administration Ronald G. Lench. The conference agenda has been developed to improve the leadership skills of State executives in such areas as decision making, communications, organizational development, employee motivation, external relationships and solving major management problems. It is jointly sponsored by Captiol Campus; the Governor's Office of Administration; and the University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs. The agendas for the sessions have been planned to include a great deal of active participa...

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Enrollmenl Climbs [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

Enrollmenl Climbs University Park, Pa. - Classes at The Pennsylvania State University began on Monday with an enrollment of nearly 49,000 resident-credit students at all campuses, the total representing a gain of 2,700 over the resident-credit total of a year ago, Warren R. Haffner, director of the Division of Admissions, Records and Scheduling, said. Approximately 29,000 of the total will be registered at the University Park Campus, where registration a year ago totalled 28.111. Freshmen admitted thisyear will total about 11,830, with 1,555 of the total having already started their college work at the Summer, Spring or Winter Term, earlier in the year. Of the 10,275 freshmen admitted for the Fall Term, 2,900 are scheduled for University Park and 7,375 for the Commonwealth Campuses across the State, this figure including 1,750 entering associate degree programs and 5,625 entering baccalaureate degree programs at the branch campuses. At University Park, more than 6,500 studen...

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Health Service Evening Courses [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

Health Service Evening Courses The first in a series of three courses in the health administration field will be offered at Capitol Campus in September, 1972. Dr. Daniel M. Poore, head of the Division of Administration and Business, announced that an evening course in Health Administration, the first in theseries, will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 7:00 to 9:00 pjn. at the upper division school. It is open for admission to both graduate and undergraduate students and will be an elective in the Bachelor of Business as well as the Master of Administration program. Other courses to be offered are Health Systems (winter term) and Economics of Health Management (spring term). A practicum also will be conducted for full-time students in cooperation with local health-related agencies. Development of this study concentration is the result of a year's research conduced by Dr. Raymond Klein and other Capitol Campus faculty members which reflected a substantial demand for health...

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Student Receives Jordan Scholarship [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

Student Receives Jordan Scholarship Elaine Parker receives scholarship at Orientation Picnic. Mrs. Elaine Parker, a senior at Capitol Campus, has been awarded the Jimmy Jordan Scholarship by the Campus' Faculty Women's Club. Mrs. Stanley N. Miller made the presentation at the reception given for new students on September 17. The $500 grant was given in honor of the late Dr. James Jordan, a Capitol Campus faculty members who accidentally drowned in August, 1971. The Committee on Loans and Grants, which is composed of faculty members, administrative staff and students, selected Mrs. Parker as a returning student who had demonstrated academic excellence and financial need. Mrs. Parker, a senior, has a 4.0 average and is a candidate for a Bachelor of Social Science degree. . strong performance during the past months, his broad knowledge of the University and its personnel, and his long experience as an educator of hi£h intellectual attainments uniquely qualify him for the post...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

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Lions Squeak Past Tough Navy, 21-10 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

Lions Squeak Past Tough Navy, 21-10 Last Saturday, the Penn State Nittany Lions had a tough time turning back the Naval Academy in the home opener at Beaver Stadium. Only clutch plays by the "defensive unit defeated the Midshipmen by a 21-10 count. Navy threatened all afternoon to upset the highly favored Lions, who had been defeated in the season opener at Tennessee. Navy led 3-zip at the half and 10-7 in the third quarter before the Lions pulled the game out of the fire. The Midshipmen tqok the opening kick-off and marched to the Penn State three yard line before being stopped by State s vaunted defense. QB Fred Stuvek passed to tight end Steve Ogeen at crucial times during the drive from the Navy 20. Ogeen would delay at the snap of the ball, then fly across the middle. The play worked four times during the course of the march. But the big play came with Navy at the State 35 in a fourth down situation. Navy set-up in punt formation, but Stuvek got the snap and ran for the...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

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SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972

SPORTS Game Statistics PSU NAVY First Downs 17 15 Rushes/Yards 49-141 49-112 Passing 10-19-1 14-26-3 Pass Yardage 132 147 Total Offense 273 259 Return Yards 108 4 Punts/Av. 5-43 6-38 Fumbles/Lost 5-5 3-2 Penalties/Yards 2-15 2-10 Scoring Navy 0 3 7 0-10 Penn State 0 0 14 7-21 Navy - Lanning 38 FG PSU - Cappelletti 2 run (Vitiello kick) Navy — Pease 1 run (Lanning kick) PSU - Cappelletti 1 plunge (Vitiello kick) PSU — Skorupan 32 pass interception (Vitiello kick)

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