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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

SHOP OLMSTED PLAZA For These Fine stores •Pantry Pride •Btfber Shop •DeVono's *Montogomery Wards •Joe, the Motorists' Friend *Fashion Flair *Norge Village » Beau!y g^ •Rea & Derick Drugs *THrifty Beverage * Royal Jewel Box *Kresge's •Children's Shop *Cory Coffee Service •Hobby Shop •Sherwin Williams Paints •Gladell Shop •G.A.C. Finance 111 . . . - — _ — ' ——i

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

It doesn't amount to much. Which isn't much at all considering all the car has amounted to in 23 years. -^ Cameron Auto, Inc. - 3400 Paxton Street „ . , _ _ Across from the Harrisburg, Pa. Harrisburg East Mall *P.O.E. suggested retail price, Sedan 111. Local taxes, other dealer charges not included $1,999. * . .

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Sigma Delta Chi Meets [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Sigma Delta Chi Meets Sigma Delta Chi met last Wednesday, October 11th to set up their organization for the year. Officers were chosen and activities for the club were planned. Officers for the organization are as follows: Pres., Elyse Paul; Vice-Pres., Sue Willers; Sec, Linda Williams; Treasurer, Jeanette Cox. Mrs. Twyla Brown is acting as advisor for the club. Sigma Delta Chi, usually thought of as a soroity, will, this year, be acting more as a campus and community service club rather than a sorority Activities sponsored by Beta Chi, the business club. Also, this coming Wednesday and Thursday, the 25th and 26th, Sigma Delta Chi will be sponsoring a bake sale to raise money for their club. Sigma Delta Chi, usually thought of as a sorority, will, this year, be acting more as a campus and community service club rather than a sorority. Activities aponsored by the club for the near future include a dance this coming Tuesday night. That dance will be co-sponsored by Beta Chi, t...

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Choral Workshop [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Choral Workshop A Choral Workshop will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Camp Hill on Saturday October 28th from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with Dr. Elaine Brown of 'Singing City' in Philadelphia as the conductor. Registration fee has been set at $3.00 and cost of packet of 10 anthems, $4.00. Checks should be payable to "Trinity Lutheran Church, Choral Workshop." The following schudule will be observed: 9:30-10:30 - Registration; 10:30-12:30 - Morning Workshop Session; 12:30 to 2:00 - Lunch at area restaurants; 2:00-4:00 - Afternoon Workshop Session. No public performance will be given of the anthems rehearsed. Dr. Brown, an outstanding conductor of choral music, is the founder of Singing City, an inter-racial, inter-denominational musical organization of Philadelphia. She has taught conducting at Temple University, Juilliard School of Music, Westminster Choir College and Union Theological Seminary's School of Sacred Music , All registrations should be mailed to Mr. Robert W. ...

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Unicef Responds to Emergencies [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Unicef Responds to Emergencies (UNICEF Photo by Jacques Danois) While public attention has focused on UNICEF's major role in helping victims of the India-Pakistan conflict, the United Nations Children's Fund was also called on to provide emergency assistance for mothers and children in 18 other countries in 1972-72. In Vietnam, UNICEF has helped children wherever they can be reached on both sides of a seemingly endless war. But the world has heard little of the lesser emergencies, ranging from floods in Afghanistan, Bolivia, Malaysia, Yemen, and Algeria, to earthquakes in Peru and Chile, and cholera epidemics in Ethiopia, Mali, and Nigeria. Other man-made or natural disasters beset children in Iran, Jordan, Iraq, Morocco, Madagascar and Mauritius. In many instances, UNICEF was required to divert equipment and supplies from its assistance programs in other countires to meet these unanticipated relief needs. In all, UNICEF's emergency assistance in the past year has called f...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Open daily In 0 DM Specializing in Imported and Domestic Sports Cars 315 2nd St. Highspire, PA phone 939-78911 & §§lg^ & sL W*ffim\Www IS* > j v/.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Attention A simple plasma donation will contribute to the short supply of vitally needed fractions used for the treatment of hemophilia, leukemia, and child birth diseases, etc. While helping alleviate this shortage you can earn at least $40 and up to $80 per month. All Blood Types Urgently Needed! Plasma Center, Inc. 260 Reily Street Harrisburg, Pa. 17102 232-1901 or 232-1902 \ ) ! i j ] ii ]1 i ] i

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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*76€*foc *t Si&ifty Vl-235 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

*76€*foc *t Si&ifty Vl-235 Welcome to the Land of Nods and Gasps. There are some little villages couched in the leafy green forests. Some of the houses are quite odd; those are the houses of the dwarfs, gnomes, peasants, and other mushroom beings. They live in houses that are ten-sided-many inhibiting walls, mindscapes or paranoia, and other misconceptions dealing with serious academics. Most of the dwellings are built near conrete slabs that are laid in adjoining segments. They resemble islands You do need a lifeboat, like a life support system. "Last chance for fresh air," will automatically register to your mind from a consciousness flash. Back home they are called billboards, but here there aren't any; just alot of mental gibberishing screeing in from all sides bombarding the brain-go ask Marshall McCluhan. (See-Firesign Theatre: The Gamore Expressway. It's on the map just above Edge City.) There's a nonregistered side to this place. No place is really any better...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Trissler Beer Distributor Phone 944-7446 108 Wilson Street Middletown, Pa. ]p i»^Ah»aMMhA^MaMBAaahaaMa>Maiaa»aa»a»aaaaaa R. I.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

KAUFFMAN SUZUKI ¦ 1972 Models in Stock 10% Off models The ^ Suzuki TS-125 623 Second St. Highspire a^ ^Ka«^feaafeaMBMB»AAArfMh.»MaAAA»B*mA»MBajaB>»aaaa»aafta«feMaMaMaa»»fjaaa»aB»B>*a»aaa a Sr .

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Intramural Bowling [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Intramural Bowling (OCTOBER 11,1972) LEAGUE A: mN LOSE l.F.O.B.0. 10 2 2. No Names g 4 3. Dunn bells 5 7 4. Schuylkill 5 7 5. Foulballs 4 8 6. Spoilers 2 10 LEAGUE B: WIN LOSE 1. X.G.I.'s 10 2 2. Baetzum 9 3 3. Pinheads 7 5 4. W.B.Y.A.?! 5 7 5. Joy 4 8 6. Last Laugh 3 9 MEN'S INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: High Average -Cliff Claypool (X.CI.'s) - 173 High Series - Cliff Claypool (X.CI.'s) - 551 High Game - John Yee (No Names) - 222 WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: High Average - Connie Slater ( Pinheads) -129 High Series — Connie Slater ( Pinheads) - 406 High Game -Phyllis Mashman (Dunnbells) -156 OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL RESULTS: HIGH SERIES: CliffClaypool-541 Norb Lindner-531 John McCormick - 525 Stan Escher - 508 Connie Slater - 387 Phyllis Mashman - 380 HIGH GAME: John Yee - 222 Stan Escher-213 John McCormick -196 Norb Lindner -195 Phyllis Mashman -156 Connie Slater-138

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Monday Night League [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Monday Night League maa»a^ (OCTOBER 9,1972) HIGH AVERAGES: J.R. Grimm -165 - (Cardinals) T. Turnbaugh -147 - (Cardinals) D. Bilby -141 - (Dingalings) J. Bilby -139 - (Dingalings) J. Clymer -125 -(Dingalings) K.King-114-(Cardinals) B. Bilbaugh -113 -(Dingalings) P. Murphy - 81 - (Cardinals) M. Dell-61 -(Dingalings) HIGH SERIES: J.R. Grimm - 465 - (Cardinals) T. Turnbaugh - 440 - (Cardinals) D. Bilby - 423 - (Dingalings) J. Bilby -417 -(Dingalings) J. Clymer - 417 - (Dingalings) K. King - 343 - (Cardinals) B. Silbaugh - 340 - (Dingalings) P. Murphy - 243 - (Cardinals) M. Dell-184-(Dingalings)

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Tarnhelm [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Tarnhelm 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. * * * *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE: 1971 Greu in-many Kawasaki Mach III extras- $1,800. Phone 94 j>897 or Phone 233-3045 write 1053 N. Pine St., Mi ¦ '. iletown, * * * * 17057.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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PSU Football Vastly Improved [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

PSU Football Vastly Improved by R.W. Bonaker In the past two weeks, the Penn State Nittany Lion football team has jelled into the highly touted power they were expected to be at the beginning of the season. Despite injuries to key personnel, Penn State has defeated the University of Illinois at Champaign by 35-17 and Army at West Point 45-0. In the Illinois game, the lllini took the early lead with a first quarter touchdown but the Lions roared back to score three touchdowns in 10 minutes and took a 28-10 half time lead. It was the first time in four games that the Nits garnered a score in the first half. The last two periods were a virtual standoff as Penn State reserves played the rest of the game. Halfback John Cappelletti rolled up a 102 yards rushing in the first two periods alone. Quarterback John Hufnagel rolled up 224 yards in total offense by passing for a touchdown and running for another. Then last Saturday at West Point, N.Y. the Lions enjoyed their best game o...

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A Bit of Seasoning [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

A Bit of Seasoning by Elyse Paul Sue Willens Cheryl Thompson Well, it's time to get into things again. Elyse, Sue and Cheryl are getting it together- or trying to, for this column. So, here goes!! We'd like to dedicate this column to the Class of 1972, whose inspiration has given us the ideas for it. Some of these people include: Colin Pattin,Pat Klugh, Len Thompson, Harv Brotzman, and Marc Joseph- a fabulous Stud; Dave Stoltz . who is still on campus, even though he graduated; and particularly Steve Wesley, who had a hand in this thing last year. You know the Three Stooges are right here on Capitol Campus. Yes, Sir- the Three Stooges and one. That dude's mother must have fed him a lot of corn, 'cause he's real CORNY!!! HA! HA! HA! The "Loser of the Week" Award goes to none other than-Fred Manas. After losing the SGA Election, he wasn't able to keep his trap shut. Now, he's speechless. Something that hasn't occurred in years. To our fabulous XGI's—Keep boozin' it up— you're ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Fla g Footba II Lea guo [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Fla g Footba II Lea guo INTRAMURAL DEADLINES Shuffleboard - Oct. 18 at 12:00 noon Darts-Oct. 23-5:00p.m. Anyone interested in entering either of these sports, report to the Recreation/Athletics Building and have your name entered on the roster. (AS OF OCTOBER 10,1972) WIN LOSE THEM: Andy Oronzi, Capt. 4 0 FACSTAPH: RE. Stanley,Capt. 3 1 COUGARS: Bob Zellner, Capt. 1 3 SCHAFFER: Ron Demshock, Capt. 0 4 RAG-TIME: Jerry Parsons, Capt. 2 1 X G. I.: Ken Debiak, Capt. 0 4 BETA CHI A: Bill Ryan,Capt. 4 0 BIG BIRD PACKERS: Bill McKean, Capt. 0 4 MR. SWISS: EdRaible,Capt. 3 0 IT: Larry Lingenfelter, Capt. 0 3 RAMSES: Joe Maeder, Capt. 3 0 THE BROTHERHOOD: E.Dale Bagby, Capt. 2 1 RAIDERS: Andrew Burger, Capt. 3 1 BETA CHI B: Ted Sites. Capt. 0 3 MIDDLETOWN LEAGUE (AS OF OCTOBER 10,1972) THREE WAY HAZE 0 3 TMI: B.G.Smith,Capt. 1 0 SEVEN FLAGS: George Elberti, Capt. 2 0 LCB: Terry Hack, Capt. 1 1 THE GREY SHIRTS: Dom Rossi, Capt. 0 l THE GREEN MACHINE: Larry Reeves, Capt. 1 0

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Yearbook Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 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.

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