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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Itdoesn't amount to much Which isn't much at all considering all the car has amounted to in 23 years **%. Cameron Auto, Inc. W 3400 Paxton Street Harrisburg, Pa. u AcT°SS fr° m Jh° „ 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
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Beta cm Moots [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Beta cm Moots by Sy Sebastianelli The first meeting of the Beta Chi organization took place last week with some thirty members attending. Beta Chi is the official name for Capitol's former Business Club. The major part of the meeting centered around new proposals that were introduced by the club officers. In addition to the regularly scheduled term trips and guest speakers, new ideas brought forward included writing articles of interest in THE CAPITOLIST, the creation of a file of past tests, a book exchange service for members, and the offering. of emblem jackets carrying the Beta Chi symbol. Another innovation introduced was the certainty that in future meetings educational films would be shown covering varied aspects of business interest. In as far as guest speakers were concerned, three possible areas could be tapped. Faculty members, for one, could speak to members concerning administrative policy or advisement. Area businessmen or sales representatives would also be in...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

ELKS THEATRE Today until Tuesday The eodiather FEATURES Today Monday Tuesday and 9:30 Friday Saturday Admission $1.50 Emaus and Union Sts Middletown Phone 944-5941 : 8 PM 6:30 PM .

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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intramural Deadlines [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

intramural Deadlines SPORT ENTRY DEADLINE BEGIN DATE Tennis Oct.9,Mon. Oct. 11 Volley Ball Oct. 11, Wed. TBA Shuffleboard Oct. 18, Wed. Oct. 19 Darts Oct. 23, Mon. Oct. 25 Come in to the Recreation/Athletics Building and sign up for the sport of your choice. It is still not too late to sign for Self-Defense and Judo Classes. Any one interested, sign up at the Recreation/Athletics Building. Also, remember Karate Classes are just beginning. Self-defense and Judo classes are Monday and Thursday. Karate classes will be held Wednesday evenings. The first flag football game will be held Monday, October 2, 1972, at 6:00 p.m., on the Recreation/Athletics newly lighted field. Come out and cheer for your favorite team!!! PLEASE NOTE: Karate classes have been scheduled for Mondays, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. and Wednesdays, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Judo classes from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays. Self-defense classes from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays in the Recreat...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Sports Lotteries And The Student [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Sports Lotteries And The Student University Park, Pa. - What are the long range consequences for children who fail in today's sports lottery? A terrific waste of talents that could be better used, says Dr. Carolyn W. Sherif, professor of psychology at The Pennsylvania State University, who spoke on the effects of prolonged, win-lose competition on the human personality at a recent national conference on Sports and Social Deviancy. The conference papers are being published by Public Affairs Press. Sports in our society compose a major value complex that male children, in particular, encounter at an early age, Dr. Sherif points out. With her husband, Dr. Muzafer Sherif, professor of sociology at Penn State, Dr. Sherif made extensive studies on informal groups of adolescent boys in the southwestern and eastern United States. They found only one group of teenagers with no visible interest in sports. They were sons of recent immigrants from Mexico of peasant origin. Many of those...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Intramural Bowling [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Intramural Bowling (as of September 27, 1972) LEAGUE A: WON LOST LEAGUE B: WON LOST Foulballs 3 1 Last Laugh 3 1 Dunn Bells 2 2 XG.I.'s 3 1 F.O.B.O. 2 2 Baetzum 2 2 No Names 2 2 W.B.Y.A.?! 2 2 Spoilers 2 2 Pinheads 1 3 Schuylkill 13 Joy 13 MEN'S INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: High Average - Cliff Claypool (X G.I.'s) - 183 High Series - Cliff Claypool (X G.I.'s) - 551 High Game - Frivrk Brown (F.O.B.O.) - 210 WOMEN'S IND.A IDUAL LEADERS: High Average - Connie Slater (Pinheads) - 135 High Series - Connie Slater (Pinheads) - 406 High Game - Connie Slater (Pinheads) - 152 OTHER HIGH SERIES ROLLED: Ken Debiak (XG.I.'s)-533 Frank Brown (F.O.B.O.) - 512 John McCormick (X G.I.'s) - 501 Debbie Dunn (Dunn Bells) - 348 OTHER HIGH GAMES ROLLED: Cliff Claypool (X G.I.'s) - 204 Dave Wiggins (Pinheads) - 200 Ken Debiak (X G.I.'s) - 196 Dave Kurowsky (Baetzum) - 192 Phyllis Mashman (Dunn Bells) - 138 Colleen Maley (Schuylkill) - 140

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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TENNIS ANYONE? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

TENNIS ANYONE? Any student, male or female, interested in playing varsity tennis, sign up in W-154 or contact Jack Hilbert, 929A Flickenger, 944-1996. Matches are scheduled in Fall and Spring. Competion includes colleges such as Millersville, Shippensburg, etc. Register now for practice sessions.

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Calendar Change Considered [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Calendar Change Considered SGA Senate Heeling Some crucial issues were handled by the SGA Senate at its meeting this past Monday night. Of foremost importance was the problem of academic calender re-orientation. After the student forum earlier in the day, the Senate received some feedback from students and developed a plan of its own. The quick action was necessitated by an abrupt deadline placed upon those involved here from the authorities in University Park. Here is a synopsis of the events culminating in the SGA action: During the summer, University Park decided to readjust the academic calender. That plan called for the fall term 1973 to start imnediately after labor day and finish at Thanksgiving. The winter term would begin after the Thanksgiving break and continue for three weeks, recessing for the december holidays. The winter term would resume in early January and would end in mid-March. The spring term, thus, would end by June 1. Capitol's Faculty Council, wor...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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High Cost of Coffee Drinking [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

High Cost of Coffee Drinking Palos Hills, 111. (CPS) - The staff at Moraine Valley Community College will no longer be provided with free coffee because, according to Wayne Crawford, vice president of business services, they are drinking $20,000 worth of coffee a year. According to coffee catering services, that means about 1.2 million cups (with cream and sugar) are guzzled by the small college staff each year. Does that sound right?

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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New Constitution Awaits Approval [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

New Constitution Awaits Approval On Tuesday, the Student Government Association will stage fall term elections. A main feature of the ballot is a section designated for the approval of constitutional revisions. The SGA Constitution has been virtually rewritten. Students, as they vote, will either approve or reject the new constitution. However, for it to take effect, 25 per cent of the student body must vote. Here is a synopsis of the important points of the revisions. They/were developed by the Constitutional Revision Committee whose members include Max Brady, Gene Bryan, Ron Edwards, Harry Franzreb, Mike Dini and Mickey Wolfson. 1. All full-time students of Capitol Campus are eligible to vote in any SGA election concerning "new directions" of the constitition, balloting for officers and senators, and questions of referendum and recall. 2. The president of the SGA shall have the power to appoint chairman of the standing committees via the assistance of the Election/Screenin...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
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SGA Elections [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

SGA Elections The Election/Screening Committee of the Student Government Association will conduct "Meet the candidate" forums today and next Monday Today's meeting is scheduled to get under way at 8 o'clock tonight in the Student Center. The October 16 meeting will start at 12:30 p.m. in the Auditorium. The candidates in question are those who are running for junior senate seats in the SGA Elections to be held on Tuesday, October 17, with the polls in the Gallery Lounge. Also on the ballot are constitutional revisions and a mock vote on the national presidential election. At ehe forums, each candidate will be given an opportunity to introduce himself, present a few remarks, then answer a few questions posed by the , Election Committee and the student body. Ten juniors will be elected from the group of candidates on the 17th. One each from the academic programs: social science, education, humanities, business, math-science, and engineering. Four at-large seats are also up for...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Show Some Restraint [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Show Some Restraint Letters to the Editor It was called "Campus Rip Off! $30,000 a year give away. The Capitol Campus Republican Club questions the $7.50 per term parking fee." Big deal! Most students do more than question it- they resent it! And rightly so. A $7.50 per term parking fee is ridiculous by any school's standards. We're all agreed on that. But it seems to me the interests of the Capitol Campus Republican Club coule be better served by sticking to campaign issues rather than trying to drum up support for their orgainzation by taking a popular stand on an unpopular issue. If the Club is so concerned with this problem why aren't they actively pursuing this matter at the S.G.A. and administrative levels? I spoke with one club member on Monday (Oct. 9) who said he felt this was a service his organization was performing. A service?! Telling people what they already know? If they really want to perform a service for the students of this campus they can start by tryin...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
The Youth Vote [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

The Youth Vote The new youth vote represents one of the most significant social and political reforms of modern American history. More and more of our public institutions, policies, and national debates are decisively influenced by our growing numbers of young people. But until now, this influence has not been felt in the most dramatic exercise of public opinion - the power to vote for the officials who run our federal, state, and local governments. It would be a tragedy if the potential influence of young people through the vote were left untouched and untried because of indifference of a casual attitude toward registering to vote, or voting. For years, young people have been arguing forcefully, and persuasively for the right to help select office-holders. I sponsored an 18-year-old vote as early as 1967 and have continually supported this proposal. It would be a senseless waste to ignore this opportunity, particularly in a national election, now that young people have earn...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Graffitti Ruins Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Graffitti Ruins Exhibit Nancy Colnes, Student Activities coordinator at Capitol Campus, has notified us of an extremely distressing occurance. It appears that one of the silk-screen art graphics displayed in the Gallery Lounge during the first week of classes was mutilated. The exhibit was provided by the IndoChina Peace Campaign and had several long drawings which depicted the plight of the Vietnamese in the War. One of the silk-screens had some words scribbled over one part of it; thus, ruining that drawing. The drawing was an integral part of the exhibit, and its destruction in turn negates the intrinsic value of the entire exhibit. In other words, some little baby with a pen ruined an entire exhibit from future showing. The exhibit has since been removed from the Gallery Lounge in preparation for another one beginning next week. But what can we expect to happen to this one. The possibility looms that if one can be damaged so can the next one. So what are we going to do. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Let Your Voice Be Heard' [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Let Your Voice Be Heard' TODAY, the Student Affairs Committee will stage an open forum in the Auditorium. The session will begin at 12 Noon. Topics to be discussed include drop-add procedures, registration practices, grading, course offerings and other areas of academic concern. There is also considerable time for any student problems to be discussed. The Student Affairs Committee has been established to consider student opinions and refer any possible action to the Capitol Faculty Council. Although its duties center on student academic problems, in the past the committee has been involved in other areas as well. Faculty members of the group include Prof. Bill Mahar, chairman, Dr. Joanna Sullivan, Prof. Clem Gilpin, and campus counselor, Marian Kreiger. The Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. John Grimm, is an exofficio member. Student representatives on the committee include student government President Mike Dini, Marilyn Levin and Robert Bonaker.

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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HUMANITIES PROGRAM TO MEET [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

HUMANITIES PROGRAM TO MEET This coming Tuesday, October 17, there will be an important meeting of the Humanities cirriculum in the auditorium during the 3rd period. All members of the Humanities faculty, as well as students in the program, are urged to attend this meeting. Some of the topics to be discussed include the degree change controversy, course offerings, and other developments in the program. If you have any questions, answers, or suggestions that you want to make known be sure to attend this . meeting. It's important to the interests of all who are a part of Humanities. * * * *

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Hot Line Now Operating [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

The Hot Line Now Operating The Hot Line - Capitols own all night telephone counseling service began operation on Monday evening, October 9, at 8:00 p.m. The Hot Line is available to any Capitol Campus Community member from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. any evening, on such personal problems as: drugs, the draft, problem pregnancy, school, anxiety, depression, roommate conflicts, and general information. Need someone to talk to? Call the Hot Line - dial 944-1033. The Hot Line is staffed by members of the Capitol Campus Head Shop. Hot Line volunteers are trained to handle emergencies and referrals. They are people who are committed to help you, or just to talk. All calls are kept anonymous and confidential. This is Hot Line's third year. We hope as in the past that it will be a successful aid to you. If you would like to become a Hot Line volunteer, attend any Head Shop meeting on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. in the New Birth - 946A Kirtland Avenue, Meade Heights.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Housing Shortage Eased [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Housing Shortage Eased The on-campus housing situation has changed considerably in the last two weeks, and I would like to share this with your readers. The Residence Halls opened on September 17 with thirty-two "staging" rooms (7 female, 25 male.) As explained in September 18 issue of The Capitolist, "staging" means three students in a double room on a temporary basis. By September 27, all twenty-five of the males in temporary spaces had been moved to permanent assignments in double rooms where vacancies existed due towithdrawls and moves to Meade Heights. At this time, four females are still staging, but I expect that they will all have permanent assignments in another week. On September 17, forty-one males and nine females were on the waiting list to move from the Residence Halls to Meade Heights when space became available. By September 27, there were fifteen males and four female vacancies in Meade Heights. The Residence Living Staff contacted thirty-seven males on the ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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