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Round Table Returned [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Round Table Returned THE ROUNDTABLE IS BACK, THE ROUNTABLE IS BACK... was the cry on Monday, October 2 as the blessed piece of furniture was returned to its natural habitat. To many of us in the Capitol Community, the Roundtable is more than a large piece of lumber. It represents the joy, the sadness, the friendliness, the loneliness-all of the feelings which reflect our lives at the campus. It also serves as a communications center, a meeting point if you wish, of our college. So many of us have effectively used the Roundtable. THE CAPITOLIST utilizes it as a central distribution place. HOT LIONS and Activities Calenders as well as other literature of interest to the campus are placed on its glossy top. The Roundtable has held a special meaning for many of us. We are glad to see it back. It is now present for our new juniors to learn to love and appreciate its atmosphere. Certainly the area is a gathering place and there is bound to be some noise coming from its environs. B...

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

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Liberal Arts Faculty Increased [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Liberal Arts Faculty Increased Dr. George D. Wolf, Head of the Division of Humanities, Social Science and Education at Capitol Campus has announced the appointment of six new faculty members. Jere S. Berger has been named assistant professor of humanities; Dr. James R. Hudson, associate professor of social science and sociology; and Dr. Margaret Anne Smedley, Dr. Anna Jane Zerbe, and Dr. Dolores Anne Zoldos, assistant professors of education. Berger comes to Capitol Campus after serving three years as an associate professor of English at West Shester State College. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Oberlin College, a Bachelor of Sacred Theology from the Episcopal Theological School, a Master of Sacred Theology from the Union Theological Seminary and a Master of Fine Arts from Carnegie-Mellon University. A former clergyman, Berger also has been a professional actor and drama director and is the author of numerous poems and plays. A native of Morocco, Lorenzi holds a Bac...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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larnhein Seeking Gonirilutlens [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

larnhein Seeking Gonirilutlens TARNHELM, the Capitol Campus literary magazine, is in need of contributions for the first issue of the year. A table will be set up in Vendorville from the 16th-20th of October. Members of the TARNHELM staff will be there to collect any manuscripts from students who wish to contribute to the publication. Your contributions are needed and will be appreciated. * * * *

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

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Publication Title: Capitolist, The
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Classes To Be Suspended? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Classes To Be Suspended? The following is a resolution presented to the Student Senate at the meeting of September 25, 1972 by the Human Awareness Committee, the College Republican Club and the Young Democratic Organization. The Senate voted in favor of the resolution. "Be it resolved that this Student Government Association recognizes the fact that many students must go home in order to vote and/or work in the General Election this fall. Therefore, this body does support and request that professors of this campus do voluntarily suspend classes on the 6th and 7th of November, so that students may spend the weekend and Monday and Tuesday working for the candidate of their choice, either here or at home. This body also requests that the Faculty Council take similar action as soon as possible so that arrangements can be made by students and faculty." At its meeting on October 5, the Faculty Council, according to student body President Mike Dini, unanimously agreed with "the s...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Writers Workshop [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Writers Workshop A meeting of the Capitol Campus Writer's Workshop will meet tonight at 8:30 in the New Birth Coffee House on Kirtland Dr. in the Heights All who are interested are welcome. * * * *

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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' Kuoufa ^cutcen ' PieAwU Pioyiam [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

' Kuoufa ^cutcen ' PieAwU Pioyiam Approximately 130 were in attendance Monday night, October 2, at the Kabuki Dance Concert presented by Ayako Uchiyama. The performance was thfr climax of a two-part program sponsored by the Cultural Programs Committee. Earlier in the day, Miss Uchiyama had presented a slide show and lecture on the art of Kabuki dancing. Her performance in the evening consisted of a variety of dances showing different forms of the Kabuki art. The audience was treated to a fine display of the traditional costumes and fine musical accompaniement. Ayako's talents constitute a rare tableau of Japanese culture. Born and raised in Hokkaido, Japan, she became the foremost expert on the unique dances of the Ainu, Japan's aborigines. Her own dance, inspired by the Ainu culture, won her the coveted Hokkaido Cultural Prize in 1955, and national critical acclaim. Ayako has presented many dance-lecture programs in America sponsored by the Asia and Japan Societies of New Y...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

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IRS Rules on Student Housing [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

IRS Rules on Student Housing Washington, D. C. (CPS) --Students returning to higher rents this year are getting ripped off, according to the Rent Advisory Board of the President's Price Commission. Students who live in college owned or operated housing, however, don't receive the benefit of the President's protection, because for some unknown reason, dormitories do not fall under Phase II control guidelines. There is some rent increase allowed, but any rent increase must be explained in writing 30 days before the raise. If the notification is incorrect, the tenant need pay no increase in rent. The tenant, according to the Advisory Board, is protected by local Internal Revenue Service offices against "harrassment and eviction." Rent increases allowable under Federal Rent Stabilization include "base rent" (rent as of August 15, 1971) plus two and a half percent of the base rent a year; the tenant's share of increases in local taxes and municipal services; one and a half percen...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

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They Always Had Their Man [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

They Always Had Their Man (CPS) After several years of searching, Mexican police finally captured that nation's most wanted criminal, an outlaw credited with 20 murders. The outlaw had given up his wild ways and joined a police force. In fact, he had just been promoted to sergeant when he was arrested.

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Football Tickets Available [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Football Tickets Available Football tickets for the Maryland (Nov. 4), North Carolina State (Nov. 11), and Pittsburgh (Nov. 25) games will be available for sale in the Vendorville lobby until October 20. (Tickets for the Maryland game must be purchased by Oct. Student and date tickets will be sold. Students with activities cards will receive a $1 discount on date tickets. Any students willing to take riders to PSU games for the cost of gas are requested to sign up. Tickets for the All-University Day buffet and concert will also be on sale at this time. The name of the group playing at the concert is available at the ticket table. Students interested in bus transportation to and from University Park are to sign up. A deposit of $3 ($2.25 for A.C. holders) is necessary. If less than 40 people sign up for the bus, the money will be refunded.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

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Of Course It May Kill You— [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Of Course It May Kill You— (CPS) Louisiana Congressman John Rarick has taken a stand against the National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse for its recommendation that pot penalties be eased. Marijuana, he maintains, is "potentially dangerous to the human fetus." Rarick claims this information is from reports he has read. Rarick is also concerned with the lack of dope smokers between the ages of 40 and 60 years. Said Rarick: "Could it be that there are no marijuana smokers in the 40 to 60 age bracket because, as a consequence of smoking marijuana, they committed suicide?"

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Social Comm. Movie Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Social Comm. Movie Wednesday The Social Committee is sponsoring another fine film. It is D. H. Lawrence's "Rabbit Run" to be shown next Wednesday night, October 18, beginning at 8:00 p.m. in the Auditorium. "Rabbit, Run" became emphatically the Thing to Read soon after its publication in 1960. Now recognized as a classic, the novel has become a candid motion picture dealing with a man's desperate attempt to avoid involvement and responsibility. James Caan is "Rabbit" Angstrom, a former high school athlete who finds his loveless marriage to a dizzy alcoholic too difficult to take but who, when of f e red love by a quasiprostitute, finds that also more than he can handle. Carrie Snodgress shines as the slaternly wife whose great joy is watching TV cartoons and whose drunkenness results in the drowning of her infant daughter. Anjanette Comer is superbly effective as the semi-professional with her own shabby brand of dignity. "Rabbit, Run," about immature people caught up in s...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

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Indochina Peace Campaign [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972

Indochina Peace Campaign On Monday, October 2, Tom Hayden and Holly Near, noted anti-war activitists visited the campus. The affair was sponsored by Delta Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society. Ms: Near opened the program by singing a few of the anitwar folk ballads which she made popular while touring with the Jane Fonda-Donald Sutherland entertainment troupe. DTK President Gaye Miles then introduced Ted Click, former defendant in the Harrisburg '8' Conspiracy Trail and now area coordinator of the Indochina Peace Campaign. Click, in a soft-spoken movement, spoke about the campaign. He explained that the new group has a three-fold purpose: To educate people about "Nixon's conduct of a mechanized war", to center the anti-war campaign in seven key industrial states, and to breathe new life into the peace movement. Hayden opened his portion of the program with a tirade against Nixon's war policies. "The war is escalating more than ever before. Peace has beco...

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