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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Do Nothing Club Formed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Do Nothing Club Formed The Do-Nothing Club has recently become a chartered SGA organization. The club states its purpose as "Attempting to get those students who literally do nothing to become involved in activities as the club sees fit, in tha present system." To enlighten our readers, the editors contacted club representative Harry Franzreb to elaborate on the Do-Nothing Club. Here is Harry's story: SSft^S^WK^K^WffBftMKSS* :* Our club really began during Orientation Week. That Saturday night around 12 o'clock, about 10 of us met in front of Church Hall and decided to do nothing since there was nothing to do. A few weeks later, innovative Bob Getz, who has become our president, suggested that we actually form a Do-Nothing Club. Executive officers were chosen one night in a taproom in Highspire. "Wild" Bill Harris became vice-president, I became secretary, Joe Thomas our treasurer, and Jim Emerick became our publicity chairman. (Actually he s making sure that Joe doesn't d...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Communist Running Mote Visits Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Communist Running Mote Visits Campus Mr. Jaivis Tyner, Vice-Presidential candidate of the Communist Party, visited the campus last Friday. The Human Awareness Committee sponsored his appearance. Tyner is running on the ticket with Gus Hall as presidential candidate and in on the ballot in Pennsylvania. Over 40,000 people signed a petition advocating their presence on the ballot. Tyner was accompanied by Anthony Montiero who is running on theCommunist ticket for representative from the 3rd congressional district in Philadelphia. Tyner stated that it is clear his team cannot win the election but "it is not a futile gesture. We will get a good total of the vote. If you vote communist on November 7, it will be the most significant vote you ever cast," he asserted. He explained he is running because there is a crisis in this country; "a crisis where over 10 million people who are able to hold jobs are out of work; where SO million are poor or deprived; where the war in Indochina ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Church Group Exposes (RS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Church Group Exposes (RS Seattle, Washington (CPS) - A small, sometimes controversial church group is trying to expose the Internal Revenue Service as a "corrupt inefficient bureaucracy." The editors of Freedom magazine, published by the Church of Scientology, have compiled and released "The IRS Papers." The Reverend Steven Heard, Pacific Northwest editor of Freedom, said that the editors hoped that the publication of their study would lead to congressional investigation of IRS policies. In a forward to the 'IRS Papers,' the scientologist accused the IRS of using secrecy as a "one-way street" in its dealings with taxpayers in order to protect itself from criticism. The secrecy also makes it possible, according to the editors, for the IRS office to apply its standard according to shifting standards. Heard singled out several of the findings from the bureau's documents. The editors also accuse IRS of withholding information from Congress and the Central Accounting Office. Big ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Monday Night League [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Monday Night League HIGH AVERAGES: Terry Turnbaugh (Cardinals) -173 J. R. Grimm (Cardinals) -146 Deb Bilby (Ding-a-lings) -141 Jim Bilby (Ding-a-lings) -139 Ray Durbin (Corps of Engineers) -130 Ken Bemeburg (Corps of Engineers) -125 HIGH SERIES: Terry Turnbaugh (Cardinals) - 517 J. R. Grimm (Cardinals) - 438 Ray Durbin (Corps of Engineers) - 390 Ken Berneburg (Corps of Engineers) - 372 Floyd Barnhart (Corps of engineers) - 361 Jim Bilby (Ding-a-lings) - 359 * * * *

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

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Varsity Tennis Candidates [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Varsity Tennis Candidates All Participants in the Round Robin Tennis Tournament. Are eligible to play on the Varisty Tennis Team. Tenatative seeding and rules will be posted on the bulletin board outside W 154 on Friday, October 26. The team will consist of the top 12 seeded men.

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Flag Feotball League [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Flag Feotball League WIN LOSE WIN LOSE Them 7 0 Mr. Swiss 6 o Facstaph 6 1 It 2 5 Schaffer 0 7 Ramses 6 1 RagTime 3 2 The Brotherhood 4 3 XGJ. 2 5 Raiders 3 3 Beta Chi "A" 5 2 Beta Chi "B" 0 5 Big Bird Packers 1 6 MIDDLETOWN LEAGUE: TMI 2 2 Seven Flags 3 0 LCB 2 1 Grey Shirts 2 2 Green Machine 3 1

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Infra mural Bawling [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972

Infra mural Bawling TEAM STANDINGS: LEAGUE"A" WON LOST 1. F.O.B.O. 11 5 2. No Names n 5 3. Foulballs 8 8 4. Dunnbells 5 \\ 5. Schuylkill 5 11 6. Spoilers 5 u LEAGUE "B" WON LOST 1. X.CI.'s 14 2 2. Baetzum 10 6 3. WBYA?! 8 8 4. Last Laugh 7 9 5. Pinheads 7 9 6. Joy 5 11 MEN'S INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: High Average: Cliff Claypool (X.G.I.'s) -175 High Series: Dave Kurowsky (Baetzum) - 559 High Game: John Yee (No Names) - 222 WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL LEADERS: High Average: Connie Slater (Pinheads) -130 High Series: Jean Brommer (Schuylkill) - 405 High Game: Phyllis Mashman (Dunnbells) -156 HIGH SERIES: Dave Kurowsky (Baetzum) - 559 Stand Escher (Baetzum) - 542 Cliff Claypool (X.CI.'s) - 539 John Yee (Co Names) - 527 Jean Brommer (Schuylkill) - 405 Connie Slater (Pinheads) - 398 HIGH GAMES: John Yee (No Names) - 207 Stan Escher (Baetzum) - 204 Dave Kurowsky (Baetzum) - 202 Cliff Claypool (X.CI's) -196 Cecelia Forry (Schuylkill) -148 Jean Brommer (Schuylkill) -155 VOLLEY . BALL schedule is i...

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Ted Sorenson Makes f Pit Stop' [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 November 1972

Ted Sorenson Makesf Pit Stop' For George McGovern Mr. Theodore Sorensen, advisor and speech water for the late President John F. Kennedy, made a campaign stop on campus last week on behalf of Senator George McGovern. He addressed a group of students and faculty who were jammed into the Gallery Lounge. Currently a lawyer in New York City, he had been making hurried campaign stops for McGovern in the pivotal industrial states of the Northeast. He opened his remarks with an analysis of the Gallup Poll released earlier that day which gave McGovern 36 per cent of the expected vote while President Richard Nixon received 59 per cent, the remainder being undecided. "If McGovern closes the gap on Nixon in the last two weeks of the campaign at the same rate Hubert Humphrey did in 1968, we will have a photo finish in the balloting," he declared. Sorensen then launched an attack on Nixon's posture as a politician. "Nixon has gained the reputation as being the most unprincipled politic...

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McGovern Campaign Sees Upswing [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 November 1972

McGovern Campaign Sees Upswing HARRISBURG - According to Larry Hochendoner, coordinator for McGovern-Shriver '72 in south central Pennsylvania, there has been a tremendous upswing in the McGovern campaign in the past week. "Between Sargent Shriver's visit to Harrisburg two weeks ago, and the two television broadcasts by the senator, our financial situation is looking up, and we have more volunteers then ever before,"Hochendoner asserted. The McGovern volunteers are conducting what Hochendoner termed "the first issue-oriented canvass in south central Pennsylvania." "We are contacting every registered voter in the seven-county area. The initial foot canvass is being followed by a phone canvass and a follow-up mailing to every person we have spoken to." Hochendoner, a McGovern coordinator in six major primary states, said, "The well-oiled McGovern machine is back on the streets again in full force. We have hundreds of volunteers - and they are not all young and they are not all...

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Social Committee Presents Film [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 November 1972

Social Committee Presents Film On Wednesday, November 8, the Social Committee will present "Quacker Fortune has a Cousin in the Bronx". Filmed entirely in Ireland, the movie comically depicts one man's attempt to cope with an industrialized society. Gene Wilder stars as the zany Quacker Fortune; he is best remembered for his role in "The Producers" for which he earned an academy award nomination. Plan to be in the auditorium at 8:00 p.m. when the curtain will rise on one of the funniest films ever made. Admission is 80 cents or 40 cents with an activities card. * * * *

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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URNHELM by Tim Jacobs [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 November 1972

URNHELM by Tim Jacobs TARNHELM is a literary magazine for the whole student body. The idea-the concept- of this magazine is to provide both a creative outlet for the student body of Capitol Campus and to bring this creativity to the attention of the students here; for the edification and enjoyment of all. We hope to produce two or three magazines this year. This means that there is, necessarily, a need for quick promotion of student poems, short stories, etc., in order to meet our stepped-up pace. We have, already, nearly enough material to start editing and organizing the material, but we do need more. This material will be included in this year's first issue, due to come out either at the end of this term or at the beginning of the winter term. In order to meet this deadline- if we expect to create two or three magazines this yearthe cut-off date for submitting materials for the first issue will be November 3, with a possible extension to the tenth.

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