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Intra mora I Bowling [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972
Intra mora I Bowling as of Wednesday, October 4,1972 LEAGUE "A" WIN LOSE LEAGUE "B" WIN LOSE l.F.O.B.O. 6 2 l.Baetzum 6 2 2.Dunnbells 4 4 2.X.G.I.'s 6 2 3.Foulballs 4 4 3.Pinheads 4 4 4. No Names 4 4 4.W.B.Y.A.?! 4 4 S.Schuykill 2 6 S.Joy 3 5 6. Spoilers 2 6 6. Last Laugh 3 5 Individual Leaders MEN: High Average - JOHN YEE (No Names) -185 High Series - CLIFF CLAYPOOL (X G.I.'s) - 551 High Game - JOHN YEE (No Names) - 211 WOMEN: High Average - CONNIE SLATER (Pinheads) - 129 High Series - CONNIE SLATER (Pinheads) - 406 High Game - CONNIE SLATER (Pinheads) - 152 High Games JOHN YEE (No Names) - 211 DAVE PINTER (X GJ.'s) - 205 MURRAY SHARP (No Names) - 199 NORB LINDNER (F.O.B.O.) - 195 MIKE FITTALPALDI (Foulballs) - 193 CONNIE SLATER - (Pinheads) -144 High Series KEITH SAYLOR (F.O.B.O.) - 542 STAN ESCHER (Baetzum) - 517 NORB LINDNER - (F.O.B.O.) - 507 CONNIE SLATER (Pinheads) - 368 DEBBIE DUNN (Dunnbells) - 358
News From Athletic Dept. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972
News From Athletic Dept. THE STUDENT DAY CARE CENTER is in need of volunteers to look after the little people on Wednesdays. Any one who can spare a few hours out of one day, please call the Re creation/Athletics Building 787-7751, or Mrs. Janet Reid 232-8113. This can be a very rewarding experience. A VERY SINCERE "THANK YOU" TO SNYDER & BAKER SURPLUS DEALERS, 122 South Geyer's Church Road, Middletown, Pennsylvania, for their generous contribution of 4 tires with rims to be used for badminton standards,...again, THANK YOU VERY MUCH". WEDNESDAY NIGHT BOWLING is in full swing. The 12 teams will bowl 9 weeks-Playoffs will be December 4th. There will be no bowling over Thanksgiving. Monday night bowling is also getting underway and there is space for one or two more teams...anyone interested call the Re ere at ion /Athletics Office, 787-7751. Bowling begins at 9:00 p.m. Athletic news INTRAMURAL SPORTS ENTRY DEADLINES ARE AS FOLLOWS: Volley Ball-October 11 Shuffleboard -...
Yearbook Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972
Yearbook Sale The CAPITOLITE has announced that its fall yearbook sale will begin on October 16 in Vendroville. The sale will be a week long affair. Anyone who wishes to purchase the 1973 edition of the CAPITOLITE may do so by paying the total cost of the publication, seven dollars, or by submitting a down payment of four dollars to reserve their copy. The reason for the increase in price is due to rising costs in publication and printing plus a tremendous cut in the CAPITOLITE's budget allotment from the Student Government Association. The yearbook's editorial staff, headed by Jan Marks, has expressed deep regret at the budget rejection. Copies of the 1972 CAPITOLITE are still available for those who did not purchase one last year. The cost of the '72 yearbook was six dollars.
Dope Is Bad For You [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 October 1972
Dope Is Bad For You Arlington, Texas (CPS) - People who smoke marijuana and think they are enjoying themselves are wrong, according to a sociologist at the University of Texas. Dr. Jess Lord, associate professor of sociology, came to that conclusion while doing research for his book, Marijuana and Personality Change. Marijuana users, according to Lord, usually describe their experiences as pleasurable, but psychology tests of subjects while under the influence of the drug did not bear out their contentions. "The experience isn't like the user thinks it is," he said in a recent interview, "I'm convinced of that." Lord believes the apparent deception isn't conscious or deliberate and "bears a lot more investigation." He can offer little explanation for the seeming paradox. Lord has also come to the conclusion that marijuana is more dangerous than he previously believed. "As I went through research, I became more impressed with the damaging aspects of marijuana. My impression o...
PRESIDENTS COUNCIL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
PRESIDENTS COUNCIL MEETING There will be a meeting of the campus' President's Council on Thursday, October 26 at 7:00 pjn. in the TV Lounge. Topics to be discussed include the goals and purposes of the organization, possible revisions of the body's constitution, combined speaker symposiums, and discussions of club activities. The person who is the executive head or designated representative of each organization chartered under the auspices of the Student Government Association automatically qualifies as a member of the President s Council. The Vice-President of the SGA serves as chairman of the Council. The Vice-President of the President's Council is Bob Bonaker, who was elected to that post by a unanimous vote at the last meeting on October 12. The present constitution of the President's Council states that a representative of each campus club must attend each meeting or the charter of an absent club will be revoked upon two consecutive absences. A discontinued charter mea...
Max Brady to Resign as SGA VP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Max Brady to Resign as SGA VP SGA President Mike Dini read a written announcement from Vice-President Max Brady at Monday's Senate meeting. In the letter, Brady indicated that he is seriously considering to resign as vice-president. A formal announcement from Brady is expected in the next few days. That was the only statement coming out of the meeting concerning the announcement. Since the Tuesday election has passed, the SGA president has the power to appoint a vice-president. Details are only tentative at this time. More details will be offered in next week's issue of THE CAPITOLIST. Dini also announced that Provost Robert E. McDermott has concurred with the SGA and Faculty council resolutions calling for a suspension of classes on November 6 and 7. individual faculty members have the option to voluntarily suspend classes to enable students to work in their home voting districts. "In support of the spirit the SGA and Faculty Council resolutions pertaining to student partic...
Grad Student Information [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Grad Student Information A part of the musical group CATAMIRPE, which came last Friday. The Social Committee brought the group to campus by R.W. Bonaker With this issue, THE CAPITOLIST begins a regular feature of information that is of special interest to graduate students and those people having a desire to apply for graduate school. Dr. Robert J. Brown is dean of Capitol's graduate programs. Currently, 382 students have enrolled in the graduate programs of administration, american studies, engineering science, elementary education, humanities, public administration and regional planning. 165 people are classified as non-degree or adjunct students, for a total of 545 graduate students. There is no formal organization of graduate students at the present time. There is a remote possibility of future organization if necessitated by academic problems that may arise, especially grade appeals and general graduate student input regarding the formulation of new courses and new pr...
Election [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Election Bulletin Tuesday's SGA elections have ended with the selection of 9 juniors. - The vote.went as follows: SO SCIENCE Michael Leasher, 74 Karl Salmon, 60,John Murphy, 42, Cathy Brewington, 47. All four candidates are new senators. James Herbst with 38 and Bob Hetzel with 12 finished in the bal loting. In BUSINESS, Bob Brannan with 69 was elected as program senator while Bill Mathews with 42 is a senator at-large. Nick Spengler had 38 and finished out of the money. Other program senators elected, were Harold Brown, HUMANITIES; Michael Pierce, EL ED and Dave Wolfe, Engineer In the presidential voting, George McGovern received 166 vot votes to President' Nixon's 129.
me HOI Line [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
me HOI Line The Hot Line - Capitol's 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.
Unicef Works for Peace [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Unicef Works for Peace Letters to the Editor In 1965, when UNICEF was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace, a member of the Nobel Committee remarked, "To create a peaceful world, we must begin with the children." If children are to take an active part in ' building international cooperation, they must be better fed, healthy, and educated. The United Nations Children's Fund is dedicated to removing the obstacles to growth faced by the one billion children now living in the developing countries of Africa, Asia, and Latin America. In every project UNICEF and its partner - the developing country - share responsibility. Most of UNICEF's assistance takes the form of needed equipment, while over one third of its aid supports the training of local teachers, health workers and other personnel. The assisted country makes susbtantial commitments of its manpower and natural resources which more than match the value of UNICEF's investment. On the average, the assisted nation spends $2.50 ...
No Dirty Words [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
No Dirty Words To the Editors, Jefferson, along with the rest of our country's founding fathers, advocated public education on the grounds that it was necessary to have an educated population if the individuals in that population were going to be able to make intelligent decisions when they entered a polling booth. Now, inherent in the concept of making decisions is the process of making a choice, inherent in which there are two or more things from which to choose. Stated another way, there are two or more methods of doing something, and if one method doesn't "do" it satisfactorily, there is a possibility of making a CHANGE in the method. From this, one may say that education is a method for enhancing the changemaking process. Realistically, education in our country today seems to function to reflect and maintain the status-quo of, the society. A whole array of methods are utilized by society to effect the maintenance of that status-quo, -one of the most obvious being money....
DRUG ANALYSIS SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
DRUG ANALYSIS SERVICE The Head Shop has started a FREE, anonymous drug analysis service. If you come across any unidentified pills or powders, put them in an envelope with a distinguishing mark ( Any symbols, numbers or letters.) Then drop it off through the dryer exhaust chute at 835 Nelson Dr., Meade Heights, any time of the day or night. Five days later, call the Hot Line at 944-1033, describe your envelope and you will be advised of its contents. Those of the Head Shop wish that you take advantage of the offered service if and when you need it.
Racist Quote of the Week [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Racist Quote of the Week (CPS) - Private Wesley Williams was acquitted of marijuana possession charges at Fort Hood, Texas, recently by a jury who deliberated only five minutes. It was obvious to witnesses of the trial that the jury was more concerned with the failure of the judge to disqualify himself for being a racist than the innocence or guilt of Private Williams. Colonel Adair, the military judge, had a quick reply to that charge: "Why, just last week I tried a colored boy and found him innocent."
Dr. Poore to Speak [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Dr. Poore to Speak by Sy Sebastionelli Dr. Daniel M. Poore, Head of the Division of Administration and Business, will be the featured guest speaker tonight at a Beta Chi meeting scheduled for 7:00 PM. in room E-310. Dr. Poore has been invited by the officials of the organization to informally speak on the future of the Capitol Campus business curriculum and to answer any questions from concerned students. Some of the topics to be discussed cover program development, expansion, accredition, improving relations with commonwealth campuses, and the transition from undergraduate to graduate school. In addition, some light will be cast into the future of an internship program in busmess This is an excellent opportunity for all business students to become aware of the efforts of their faculty and also get answers to questions concerning course advisement directly from the head of the business department.
STUDENT GROUP ENDORSES MCGOVERN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
STUDENT GROUP ENDORSES MCGOVERN The Pennsylvania State Association of Student Governments (PSASG), an organization of student government presidents from 13 Pennsylvania state colleges and Indiana University of Pennsylvania, has endorsed Senator George McGovern for President. PSASG, which was organized 35 years ago and which is active in supporting legislation of concern to students, has never before made a presidential endorsement. Jim Stuart, of Shippensburg State College, President of PSASG, said: "When you look at the choice and look at what is at stake, you see that President Nixon has not met standards he has set for himself, or those standards for students. He has not supported education for youths, hehas not ended the war, and he has not supported social reform. McGovern is working to improve veterans' educational benefits. Pennsylvania ranks 43rd in terms of per cent for higher education benefits for the veteran and ranks 50th in support for higher education." Studen...
Capitolist appreciated [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Capitolist appreciated I have been reading recent issues of the Capitolist with great delight. What an enormous improvement is here! The paper is now full of news and interest to students and faculty; the meetings are well reported; the choice of press releases is fine; and even the cartoons and announcements are better. It is a great pleasure to see students concerned with professional standards of excellence. My thanks and congratulations. You do have a few debatable adjectives - 'fuzzy', 'uproarious' - that are slanted, but I don't object to a little editorializing Dr. Nancy Tischler Program Head Humanities
Finance Committee Budget Alloca tion Report [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Finance Committee Budget Alloca tion Report Organizational budgets for 1972-73 were approved by the SGA Senate at the weekly meeting on October 2. Following are the figures released by Treasurer Tom Dixon concerning the budgets. The total at the far right in the second portion of the report represents the money in each organizational account at the time the budgets were approved. Amt. Requested Budgeted Last Organizations 1972-73 Year 1971-72 B.S.U. 13,650.00 200.00 Beta Chi 900.00 225.00 Booster Club 200.00 -0-Capitolist (Newspaper) 5,975.00 3,300.00 Capitolite 3,098.00 2,000.00 Chess Club 415.00 50.00 Chi Delta Sigma -0- -0-Delta Tau Kappa 1,115.00 50.00 Dramatic Arts 150.00 Human Awareness 775.00 300.00 ITE 645.00 75.00 IEEE 160.00 -0-Meade Hgts. Board of Gov. -0- -0-Photo club -0-P.S.E.A. 1,080.00 200.00 P.S.P.E. 1300.00 50.00 Resident Student Council 800.00 40.00 Republican Club 1,288.00 25.00 Ski Club 880.00 200.00 Social Committee -0- 4,000.00 Tarhelm 500.00 230.00 S....
Organizational Budgets [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
Organizational Budgets Organizations Budgeted Balance as of Approved Organizations ign ^ ^. 30 Total B.S.U. 250.00 11.00 261.00 Beta Chi 250.00 30.66 280.66 Booster Club 75.00 6.40 81.40 Capitalist 3,700.00 216^00 3,916.00 Capitolite 1,200.00 -0- 1,200.00 Chess Club 35.00 26.87 61.87 Chi Delta Sigma -0- 172.78 172.78 Delta Tau Kappa 150.00 7.46 242.54 Dramatic Arts 50.OO 11.37 61.37 Human Awareness 200.00 175.84 375.84 ITE 100.00 -0- 100.00 IEEE 50.00 24.20 74.20 Meade Hgts. Board -0- 10.81 10.81 Photo Club 100.00 1.21 101.21 P.S.E.A. 200.00 25.25 225.25 P.S.P.E. 125.00 75.67 200.67 Resident Sutdent Council -0- 95.56 95.56 Rec/ Ath. Council -0- 252.24 252.24 Young Democrats 25.00 67.80 92.80 Ski Club 100.00 60.95 160.95 Republican Club 25.00 25.00 50.00 Social Committee 4,000.00 683.26 4,683.26 Tarhelm 150.00 78.28 228.28 S.G.A. 500.00 -0- 500.00 University Apartments -0- 100.00 100.00 WomensClub -0- 52.50 52.50 X.GJ. 175.00 -0- 175.00 WZAP 1,100.00 4.49 1,095.51 S.G.A. Operat...