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Soccer Begins 5 Game Year [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Soccer Begins 5 Game Year The Capitol Campus Soccer team is readying itself for a five game season this year. The season will be made up of games against surrounding college campuses in the Harrisburg area. This year soccer is being played as a club sport instead of a varsity team sport. "This will allow us to play some guys that would otherwise be ineligible under the varsity program," explained Bud Smitley, C.C. Athletic Director. The team is coached part time by Bill Miles, with co-captains Joe Deane and Brian Billard taking charge during the remaining time. The team will play Messiah (Oct. 9), Mont Alto (Oct. 16) and wrap up their season against F&M's J.V. team on Oct. 23. The team's only home game comes on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 7:00 p.m., under the lights at Capitol's soccer field.

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Bowen Coaches Basketball [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Bowen Coaches Basketball Charles Bowen has returned to his hometown to become head coach of the Capitol Campus basketball team. Bowen, a member of the 1968 Class B state basketball team at Middletown High School, comes to the campus with a long list of basketball accomplishments. He is a graduate of East Stroudsburg State College, where he received both his B.S. and M.Ed, degrees in health and physical education, and served as assistant coach for the women's basketball team. That team went on to compete in the Eastern Intercollegiate Athletics Women's Regional championships. While in college, he was co-captain of a record-setting freshman basketball team. And, in his senior year, was named Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference's Player of the Week. Bowen coached basketball for both Susquehanna County and Dallastown high schools. As the season approaches, Bowen looks to his player's personal achievement to be his top goal. "I want to see each member play to bis potential," h...

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Women's f Volleyball V Enters Field [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Women's f Volleyball V Enters Field Capital Campus will be fielding a women's volleyball team on the intercollegiate level for the first time. The new team will be guided by a familiar name at Capitol Campus. Mike Doll, a 1980 CC Graduate, active with the United States Volleyball Association for the past few years, has been appointed head coach for the Penn State Capitol Campus Women's Volleyball Team. "The team is going to face some tough competition, especially Altoona, "Doll says, "so I don't expect too much since the first year on the intercollegiate level is always difficult. Doll, who has extensive experience coaching women's volleyball on the local level, said "I'm pleased to be back at Capitol and helping out with the women's volleyball team." The 1982 schedule will begin this Saturday when the netters ravel to Cabrini College. Other matches include Penn State York at York on Oct. 6; Oct. 12, at Messiah College; Oct. 16, Penn State Berks at Capitol; and Oct. 20, at P...

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Football Returns [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Football Returns by Robert Re jmaniak There may be aN.F.L. strike going on but, at Capitol Campus Monday night football is soon to return. This years Intramural Flag Football season is set to begin as soon as Athletic Director Bud Smitely sets up the schedule. This year's league holds ten teams which should set the scene for some good competitive games. The games will be played on the football field behind the tennis courts in the evenings until sunset. For the remaining half of the season, the games will be switched to the soccer field under the lights. So if you miss Monday night football, these games are a must, and guess what, no Howard. I.M. Football Teams: 1) B.A.M.F.s 6) No Names 2) The Zoo 7) Mean Machine 3) STIMF 8) B.T.I. Express 4) The Weekenders 9) Glowworms 5) The Blasters 10) Whitedogs

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IE.JP* W ^^HH ^1* JJ Season Opens vP« ^P^HlMfl wVCross Country Team Wins [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

IE.JP* W ^^HH ^1* JJ Season Opens vP« ^P^HlMfl wVCross Country Team Wins C s™ o ¦'¦ >¦ Sfc *- i* M *1 « *¦ ¦ ¦ n Greg Stoditskie at Sat. meet The C.C. Cross Country team opened its season with a victory over Cabrini and Albernia Colleges last Saturday. Capitol runners placed in the first, second and third spots to assure the win. Al Newhart of Capitol was the first to complete the very difficult five mile run with a time of 28:59; followed very closely by team mate Greg Sloditskie with 29:29 and team mate Dave Wicks, 29:41. Other runners competing for Capitol were Jerry Trently who finished 8th overall with a time of 32:45, and Al Feier tag, 14th overall with a time of 36:40. While the strong start is impressive, coach Bud Smitley is a little worried when it comes to the depth of his squad: "We have quality runners out there this year, but they're all juniors. "This year will be good, but next year will be even better with the full semester," Smitley explained. Beca...

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Newspaper Must Reflect C.C. Vitality, Lee Says [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Newspaper Must Reflect C.C. Vitality, Lee Says ' , 'When most people move to a new place one of the first things they do is to grab a local paper," Al Lee says. "That newspaper tells a lot about the life and vitality of the community. "Capitol Campus is a young and exciting community. Your newspaper needs to capture and communicate that vitality." Lee, the new assistant professor of print media in Humanities and C.C. Reader advisor, stresses reflecting and serving readers. "If every issue of your paper doesn't speak directly to yon—if it doesn't inform, entertain and stir you, then you should complain. Write letters to the editor. Join the newspaper yourself and change it." Lee, who describes himself as "three weeks a teacher and 15 years a journalist," has served many audiences. He has authored ^ a dozen mass-market books, written for 40 major magazines, and is former Editor of "American Youth Magazine," and Department Editor for "Better Homes & Gardens." He also ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING FOR SALE: "Fortran IV with Watfor and Watfiv" by Cress/Dirksen/Graham. Brand new - for Compap first course. Never used, orig. $16.20 now $12.00. Call 944-4970 Wed. 11 to 3. BOOKS - BUS 380 Elementary Statistics $16.00. MGMT 310 Human Behavior at Work: Organizational Behavior $15.00; Organizational Behavior: Readings & Exercises $8.00. MGMT 360 Fundamentals of Management $16.00 Quant 310 Applied Mathematics $16.00. 652-0757 eves., wkends. J PROFESSIONAL TYPING * + Term papers, resumes, letters. { * Reasonable rates! * * Call Pat 564-8329 * KARATE & SELF DEFENSE CLASSES: Anyone interested in registering for Karate or Self Defense Classes, contact the Recreation/Athletics Office or call 948-6266. If the response is great enough, these classes will be held every Monday evening at 7:30 PM and 8:30 PM for 8 week periods in the gym. EARN at least $80.00 per month. Donate plasma at sera-tec biologicals, 260 Reily St., Harr...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

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Financial Aid Cuts Hurt New Coordinator Says [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Financial Aid Cuts Hurt New Coordinator Says by Annette Bux-Cremo He practices and teaches Tai Chi, the oriental martial art of stress reduction, is an avid astronomer, is an accomplished pianist, bass player and violinist, and enjoys canoeing and hiking the Appalachian trail. This multi-talented man is also the new Financial Aid Coordinator at Capitol Campus. James Lane has recently been hired as Penn State University Capitol Campus Financial Aid Coordinator. He holds an Associate degree in visual arts from Harrisburg Area Community College, received a B.A. in music theory with a minor in philosphy graduating Magna Cum Laude, from Indiana University, and has two M.A. degrees, one in music theory and education and the other in higher education and administration. As coordinator of the financial aid program, Lane administers all financial aid programs and makes sense of them for the students. "Federal regulations tend to be very difficult to understand so your need a liason,"...

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Carpools Now Open To Commuters [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Carpools Now Open To Commuters The Office of Student Affairs is now arranging carpools for Capitol Campus commuters. According to Leslie Zuidema from the Office of Student Affairs, approximately sixty-eight percent of the students at Capitol Campus commute daily and a carpool system could be beneficial to many of these students. Students who are interested in carpooling now, or in the future, should stop by the Student Affairs Office in W-103 to leave information for compiling the system. This information will be placed in the carpool file by areas and will be accessable to students daily between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The file can also be available to students upon request. Students are encouraged to contact the office with their carpooling information as soon as possible and may update it in the Student Affairs Office whenever necessary. For additional information or suggestions, call Leslie Zuidema at 948-6016.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

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Jordan to replace Oswald as University president [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Jordan to replace Oswald as University president ByPatWenger Dr. Bryce Jordan, newly elected president of The Pennsylvania State University, granted an exclusive telephone interview with the CAPITOL TIMES this week. Here's what he had to say: "Capitol Campus holds a special affinity for me," Dr. Jordan said. "Because I founded an upper-division school I have insight into your unique opportunities and problems." Jordan founded the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) in 1971 and in the ten years follow ing it crew from an institution with 50 faculty and 40 students, housed in a single building, to a university with 250 faculty and more than 7,000 students, housed in 14 buildings. While there are many similarities with his Texas ex perience, there are also distinct differences. UTD is 50 percent graduate school and offers 11 Ph.D. programs, mainly focused on the natural sciences. Possibly because of his own background in historical musicology and comparative literature, Jorda...

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Build strength,then negotiate [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Build strength,then negotiate By Donna Kirker U.S. Senator Arlen Specter spoke to a small Capitol Campus audience last week, on the issue of nuclear disarmament, resounding the Reagan ideology—first, build strength then "talk turkey." "We have to be strong to be able to negotiate," Specter said. "Carter was perceived as weak and vacillating," but President Reagan has "shown strength" and this has given the U.S. more power to negotiate on equal terms with the Soviet Union the Senator explained. After personally speaking with the President, Specter believes "the President is dedicated to arms reductions," and Reagan "has good instincts" on the sensitivity of the subject. When asked how much defensive deterrent is too much, Specter replied, "What we're (the government) is doing now is updating the process, we're paying for future decade's technology and defense." Actively involved with the issue of arms reducation, Specter announced, "I'm...

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Events [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Events By Marsha Larsen ART/EXHIBITIONS to 11/12 Student Art Exhibit ( multi media), HACC, Mon-Fri 10-2, FREE. to 11/28 Pennsylvania in Prints AND Birds' Eggs: The Hall H. Harrison Collection, Wm. Penn Museum, Tue-Sat 9-5, Sun 12-5, FREE. to 11/30 Royal Netherlands Embassy: Historical Exhibit, Capitol Campus Lounge. to 12/5 Giving Baby the Air AND A Salute to Frankenfield, Wm. Penn Museum, FREE. to 12/31 The U.S.S. Pennsylvania and Her Silver; Chair, Chest and Table; AND The Lure and Lore of Fishing, Wm. Penn Museum, FREE. MUSIC 11/9 REO Speedwagon, Survivor, Spectrum, 8pm, $6-9-11. Tickets at Ticketron. FILMS 11/11, 13 Quartet, Wm. Penn Museum, Thurs 12:30pm, Sat 7:30pm, $2. 11/12 Stairway to Heaven (fantasy), HACC, 8pm. FREE. 11/14 From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (Academy A NN ard-w inning documentary > , YJest Shore Theater, 1-2:45-4:30pm, $3.50-5. Sponsored by Friends of the Symphony. For tickets: 534-2475. THEATRE 11/9 Out of Control (comedy) with Qu...

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