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Capitol cadet attends national ROTC conference [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Capitol cadet attends national ROTC conference By Jo Griffiths The past, the present, and the future met each other last month in Lexington, Virginia, and one Capitol Campus student was there to see it happen. Darrell Curtis, a Capital Campus senior and cadet in the ROTC program here, was one of the 300 cadets nationwide who attended the sixth annual George C. Marshall Awards Conference in Lexington, an event designed to bring together future Army leaders and top present day and past Army officers. Only the top senior cadet from each collegiate program is chosen to attended, said Curstis, who is the number one cadet of all those in the tri-school program at Capitol, HACC, and host school Dickenson College. Said Lt. Col. Robert J. Harman, professor of military science at Dickenson and instructor at Capitol, "Darrell is definitely an asset to this pro gram. He's a true leader and he leads by example. He'll go far." For Curtis, it was "quite an honor and interesting to attend...

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Tischler named Director of Summer session [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Tischler named Director of Summer session By Judith Faruquee The appointment of Dr. Nancy Tischler as director for the University's entire summer sessions will be taking her away from teaching at Capitol Campus for the coming year 1983-84. Dr. John W. Oswald, University President, appointed the Capitol Campus Professor of English and Humanities to the position which is effective July 1, 1983. Tischler's responsibility will be coordinating all summer programs that will be offered by the university in 1984-85 and 86. Speaking about her new appointment Tischler said, "There hasn't been a director since back in the old days when there was a semester system. My job will be to coordinate all summer programs for all campuses in the University." The key word here is coordinate. Dr. Tischler will not be directly involved with the Capitol Campus summer offerings and cannot speak of Capitol Campus' future summer plans. She Said "Each unit is self-contained and it will be upJ&jt...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

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Dorm gardening continues [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Dorm gardening continues By Alice M. Duncan Enough interest in the Wrisberg Hall indoor vegetable garden has sprouted so that a Miss Radish Queen will be picked during the upcoming Radish Week harvest festivities. "We think that it will be a monumental event, something we can look back on," Tom Farrell stated. "The whole campus can be proud of it," said Dan McCoy. During this conversation with the farmers two of the candidates for Radish Queen walked down the hallway. When asked about an interview one moaned, "Oh, nooo, nooooo," and abruptly ran from sight. The other also declin ed to be interviewed. "It always has that effect on them, don't worry about it," McCoy reassured me. Five candidates are currently vying for the coveted award. "They are some of the girls who aren't afraid to come in here anymore," Farrell said. Each has been given a radish cup and is responsible for nuturing the edible root. "Each has a radish and -we're going to judge it not only * on the environ...

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Job opportunites limited, study indicates [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Job opportunites limited, study indicates By Jo Griffiths The recession may be easing a bit, but Capitol Campus graduates can still expect difficulties in landing that important first job, or so say the results of the latest Graduate Placement Survey conducted by the campus Office of Career Planning and Placement. The survey is conducted on an annual basis, and is part of a much larger survey by the Pennsylvania State University to measure the post-graduation activities of its graduates from the preceding year. Capitol's most recent report covers those persons who received degrees in December, 1981, and March, June, and September, 1982, and had both positive and negative findings according to Peg O'Hara, Coordinator of Career Planning and Placement. "On the positive side, 80 percent of all those who received baccalaureate degrees in that time period, are employed fulltime or attending graduate school on a fulltime basis," said O'Hara, addding, "The negative side is that ther...

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Put "Blue Thunder" on your movie list [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Put "Blue Thunder" on your movie list By Monica Auld Move over James Bond, Hollywood's answer to 007 has arrived and he's more real than any secret agent the British Intelligence could ever dig up. His name is Frank Murphy and with the help of his friend, the Blue Thunder Special, heJs able to make the world safe from the evil plans of the United States Government. It seems the FBI, CIA or some other such agency, wants to use the Special( a computerized helicopter that can record conversations from 1,000 feet away, capture a body on video-tape while hovering over a house, and run a data biographical file on anyone who requests it) for police control of crowds. As you learn about the wide capabilities this machine has, it becomes obvious they want to use it for more DDDDDDDDDaaDDDDDDD j The Aeel Worlds . gruesome activities. Murphy's old rival from Vietnam, a self-centered, egotistical British creep, makes our hero's life miserable from the start. He rigs Murphy's regular hel...

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"Gross" effects mor new Python release [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

"Gross" effects mor new Python release By Don Strausburger After several successful films by the British acting troupe, Monty Python, there should be no doubt that their newest endeavor "The Meaning of Life," would be no exception. Yet despite several bright spots, a gloom was cast over the entire picture as the Pythons spent more time using gross visual effects than their usual thoughtprovoking comedy. "The Meaning of Life" follows a seven-part sequence taking us from birth to death. From the beginning, a "you are there" birth scene, through a satirical look at Catholicism in a production number entitled 'Every Sperm Is Sacred," the film held audience attention with snappy dialogue. The production number S pokes fun at the Catholic faith in ~ that its faithful are not allowed to ~ use any form of birth control. This leaves the family with over 8 * one hundred children, all of whom must be sold for scientific ¦ g research because the father has § lost his job and cannot affo...

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®nS©°oQ©d3 (n) on [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

®nS©°oQ©d3 (n) on By Mike Markle TOQ ® (ScMdlciaEi A<gc§ ®ff Wflircgilcgs© With his debut LP "The Golden Age of Wireless," Thomas Dolby may be just the person to make hi-tech music safe for America— proving that there —is— a humane side to hitechnology. Dolby, an accomplished computer programmer and synthesizer whiz-kid, utilizes state-of-the-art technology to create richly layered synthetic techno music that is surprisingly likeable. Dolby's work may sound new to a lot of people, but you've heard him before— he was responsible for the catchy keyboard work on "Foreigner 4," and also wrote the cult hit "New Toy" for Lene Lovich. Dolby's wifty humor shines through on "She Blinded Me With Science" —blending cold futuristic instruments with the warm humorous shouts of "Science," (supplied by Dr. Magnus Pyke, a well known chemist). "Radio Silence" continues the techno trend, but also adds an unoffensive guitar and chorus that make it innocuous enough fo...

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1983 football tickets now on sale [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

1983 football tickets now on sale By Rob Rejmaniak Applications for football season tickets have been mailed out to all continuing full-time Penn State students . The mailing began the first week in May. Ticket sales will begin immediately and continue until the 19,600 season tickets have been sold. Tickets are priced at $24 and are limited to one per student on a first-come, first served basis. Married students who deliver proof of marriage are eligible to purchase a student season ticket for his/her spouse, but must also purchase a Spouse Athletic Privilege Card at $10. If a student has not received an application by the beginning of June and will be a full-time Fall Semester student, he or she should contact the Athletic Ticket Office immediately. The phone number of the Beaver Stadium Ticket Office, which will be open daily, is 856-7567. Or the student can forward a $24 check payable to Penn State University to the Athletic Ticket Office and provide them with the followi...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

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Dorm Olympics were a dissappointment [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Dorm Olympics were a dissappointment Sports Editorial: By Sports Editor, Rob Rejmaniak The recent holding of the dorm Olympics proved a number of things. It proved that cross-country runners win long distance races, that Lee Holtz can still shoot foul shots, and that an entire dormitory floor of students is hardly a match against three basketball players when it comes to playing volleyball. However, the most important thing that the Olympics proved to the students of Capitol Campus is just how disorganized this campus can be. In the beer-chugging contest, each floor was appointed a judge to signal when their appointed team had finished chugging the beer. One team's judge became so lost in the crowd of spectators that, when she raised her hands to signal that her appointed team was first to consume the mug of beer, no one was able to see her. The team that was second to finish the mug of beer was declared the winner. During the volleyball competition, numerous spectators ...

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Baseball season was finest ever [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Baseball season was finest ever By Rob Rejmaniak The Capitol Campus Baseball Team finished its season in thrid place after beating Spring Garden 11-1 in the second round of the NAIA District 19 playoffs held at Middletown High School last Friday. Although Capitol lost to Philadelphia College of Pharmacy in the third round of the playoff on Saturday, the season is still looked upon as a successful one. "Our season showed what hard work and sacrifice can do," said head coach Ron Melchiorre "These guys started working out on winter mornings when everyone else was still asleep." The team started off the season by winning seven straight games, 13 out of the first 17 played. By mid-season, however, injuries and academics had taken their toll, reducing the original 20-man team to just 13 players. "Wilmington is a very strong ^ team. We mayhave lost, but j they hold a lot of respect for us." Ron Melchoirre Head Coach "I think we could have done better," said second baseman Scott J...

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1MAJA AWARDS GI1LEN [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

1MAJA AWARDS GI1LEN Four players have been named to the first team All-District. They are: pitcher Bobby Hulsizer; third baseman Mike Skurko; second baseman Scott Johnson; and outfielder Greg Livingston. Two players, shortstop Benny Danilowicz and outfielder Gary Torcaso, were named to the second team All-District while first baseman Dean Jacobs received honorable metion for his contibutions to the team's successful season. This year's overall record of 17 wins and 12 losses was good enough to earn Head Coach Ron Melchiorre the "Coach of the Year" award in his District.

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H. g 3 2-3 -«f [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

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