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CAPITOL NEWS CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
CAPITOL NEWS CHATTER by Francey Hi, this is a first around here, this column is for those of you around campus, who, like me, like to know and keep abreast of what's going on around our little "Peyton Place" of a campus. This column is not devoted to gossip but is more like an informative scope on the news around campus. I guess you've all heard about the most recent upheaval in the S.G.A. Since September we've lost a treasurer, two senators and most recent loss is our recording secretary, Sue, why? Because of internal hassles with the President. Well nobody's sweating her resignation because Missy's taking her place, no internal hassles there. Sorry to see you go Sue, don't worry about it, you did your job. Speaking of losses, come July we'll have a great loss of one of the few members of the Capitol establishment who we can trust. Why is it that the good must go. Believe me Pat, most students who know you will agree, you did one hell of a job and we liked the job you were ...
T06ETHER IS NOT JUST A WORD [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
T06ETHER IS NOT JUST A WORD TALENT SHOW: by Lee Nell One might make several criticisms of the Amazing Talent Show, and if I were in the business I might do just that. However, I am not here to criticize and even must admit to being quite well entertained by the whole thing. But besides the entertainment of the evening, something else happened which cannot go unnoticed. We've been saying recently that there is no real community at this school. Maybe not. But that night there was. It came off of the stage and gripped all of us in the audience. I am not sure who, if any one person, was responsible for this, and really, I don't care. We got our first clue that something was up when they started turning people away from the door due to a lack of seats. That's right. Here, where nationally known figures draw crowds of 20 if they're lucky, the stuffy, small auditorium was jammed to overflowing. And then the show started. Naming all the acts would take more space than we have he...
POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy Rotondaro Luann Berulis Is this a silly column? Some people can't enjoy the little things in life? Sometimes you have to be silly or you'll kill yourself. John, 1 hope your sense of humor improves. Sabols Fables: He who removes the albatross, will reap much reward. What do Sheila, Gerri, Sharon, Sue, and Amy all have in common? Apple Pie?? A 1950's dance is coming. Get your old clothes ready. Definition of the week: Maidenhead-a pot smoking virgin. Who are the Tyrone and Gladys of Capitol? J.S. and L.B.? "You better not compromise yourself. It's all you got." Is it colder in the winter or in the city? Did you know that one of the girls in the junior class decided not to sign up for the course in sex because she heard (he final exam would be oral. There will be an all night folk concert in the student center, Saturday, February 27. Have you ever watched the DMZ play basketball? Such dramatics! Wonder where your money goes at the grocery store? So do we. Spe...
^3/^O/^TZS- [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
^3/^O/^TZS- INTRAMURAL MATERIAL TABLE TENNIS WOMEN RESULTS: First Place Karen Cunningham Playmates 10° Second Place Shiela Ryan Playmates 75 Third Place Mary Pat Daugherty Playmates 50 Fourth Place Jerl Delaney Playmates 25 Sub-total 250 TEAM POINTS: PLACEMENT ENTRY TOTAL Playmates 250 25 275 CO-ED SHUFFLEBOARD 3 teams entered ,„„ , ,. _ _ 100 points Ed Gregorich and DM2 First Place Paula Freedman DMZ Second Place 75 Points Jim and Cheryl Kihm DMZ Third Place 5u P° ints Al and Joann Hooper 225 Subtotal DMZ Men entry 25+113=138 total points DMZ Women entry 25+113=138 total points CO-ED POOL 3 teams entered _.._, _, . _. 100 points Ed Gregorich and DMZ First Place Paula Freedman DMZ Second Place 75 points Jim and Cheryl Kihm °MZ Third Place 50 points Al and Joann Hooper DMZ Men entry 25 + 113=138 total points DMZ Women entry 25 + 113=138 total points
MEN INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
MEN INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL RESULTS as of February 17, 1971 W L Studs A 4 5 YJCers 3 5 Syndicate 7 1 DMZ B 2 5 Gino Giants 1 8 XGI A 7 2 DMZ A 8 I Raiders 6 2 Movement 6 2 Trojans ?, 5 Junk 4 4 Shickshinny Warriors 6 3 Studs B 0 8 Faculty 6 3 The men's intramural basketball team with the best win/loss record at the end of regular round-robin play will represent Capitol Campus in the Second Invitational Tournament at HACC. The competition will be single elimination tournament and eight different colleges will compete. The Capitol Campus leaders will be permitted to select additional men from their Master Roster to enable them to have a 15 man team roster. Teams must supply their own locks, towels and uniforms. The games will be officiated by PIAA officials. Spectators will be charged $1.00 for adults, $.50 for students, and $.25 for children. The charges will be used to help defray costs of the tournament. Capitol Campus will be given 20 passes for the entering team and staff. ...
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL GAME OF THE EVENING: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL GAME OF THE EVENING: March 2, Tuesday-DMZ vs Faculty, 6:00; YJCers vs XGI A, 8:00; and Trojans vs Junk, 11:00. March 3, Wednesday-Studs A vs DMZ A, 5:00; Movement vs XGI A, 9:00; and Junk vs DMZ B 11:00. March 4, Thursday-Trojans vs Shickshinny Warriors, 5:00. *Note these games will vary in importance from week to week. INTRAMURAL WEIGHTLIFT CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRY DEADLINE: MARCH 1,1971 On Thursday March 4th the first intramural weightlifting championship will be held at Capitol Campus. The entry deadline will be March 1, at 5:00 p.m. The event will be held at 6:00 p.m. in the Athletic Building. A trophy will be given to the Champion and team points will be awarded for the All-Sports Trophy. The contest will be "open" and each participant will be graded under AAU rules and the Hoffman Compensation Formula. The three lifts that will be used are: 1. Sit-up with weight behind the neck. 2. One-hand deadlift. 3. One-hand "anyhow" lift. Sign-up at the Athletic Of...
NEW SPORT CLUBS: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
NEW SPORT CLUBS: Marksmanship Club-Begins Fall term 1971. Open to men and women students who will be willing to meet 1 to 3 times per week. Yoga Club-Begins Spring term 1971. Open to men and women students, faculty, and staff who are willing to meet 1 night per week. Baseball Club-Begins Spring term 1971. Open to men willing to practice 4 to 6 nights per week. Games will be scheduled. Varsity Tennis Team-Begins Spring term 1971. Open to men and women who are willing to practice/play 4 to 6 nights per week. Any Student/Faculty/Staff member interested in participating on a regular basis please sign up at the Athletic Building. These clubs are only possible through genuine interest and support. An immediate response is needed to insure competition and other necessary arrangements. The ATHLETIC BUILDING is open from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Monday through Thursday. It is also open on Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The ATHLETIC BUILDING IS NOW CLOSED ON FRIDAY NIGHTS AND A...
INTRAMURAL ROLLER SKATING DECATHALON [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
INTRAMURAL ROLLER SKATING DECATHALON The Recreation/Athletic Department has rented the use of the Gold Skate roller rink on Route 230 east of Middletown, for its first intramural skating decathalon. Skate rental and admission is FREE! Students must supply their own transportation to and from the Gold Skate (4 miles). Food and drinks are available but must be paid for individually. Valid student ID's will be requested for admission. The program of activities will begin at 8:00 p.m. and end at 11:00 p.m. of Thursday, March 11, 1971. Activities will include free skating, skate wheel relay, flat lap racing (3, 6, 16 laps for men and 3, 6, 12 laps for women) pursuit racing, backward race and obstacle race. Trophies will be given to the winning teams and points will be awarded for the All-Sports Trophy. All students, faculty and staff are welcome to participate. If you have questions, call 787-7751.
Local Retail Clerks On Strike [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
Local Retail Clerks On Strike by Deborah Glass "When I started to work in 1941, grocery store workers were some of the lowest paid people around, and people only stayed until something better came along," said Mr. Chalmers Sheton, the Retail Clerks Union's business representative of Local 1436. Before 1938, when the Food Fair workers were organized, there was no limit to the number of hours a person could work. Mr. Chalmers remembered when he would work from 8 in the morning until 3 the next morning for $16 a week. The Union established rates of pay, vacations, hospital and medical care, and job security. It was also instrumental in establishing the federal and state wage laws, workers' compensation, and unemployment benefits. Then Mrs. Elva Beattie, president of Local 1436, commented on the present strike. "For the first time the members of the Retail Clerks Union of Local 1436 have found it necessary to strike 15 Food Fair chain stores. The strike went into effect midnig...
REACHOUT FOR ANOTHER HUMAN BEING; BILL PRITCHARD NEEDS HELP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
REACHOUT FOR ANOTHER HUMAN BEING; BILL PRITCHARD NEEDS HELP by Steve Millman There is probably no one on campus who does not know or would not recognize Bill Pritchard. Bill tools around campus in his motorized "electric chair". He can be seen at almost any campus event, activity, or happening that you can mention. Bill has a great amount of ambition and an even larger amount of guts. He has weathered a lot in his 26 years. But Bill is presently in a crisis situation. Unfortunately the fault does not lie with Bill—for if it did, he could probably solve it. No, Bill has not run out of optimism, ambition, strength, or ability. Rather, other students have apparently run out of human concern. For weeks, Bill, his Dad, Lee Levan, Ken Masters, Ed Racey and I have been searching for students to help Bill. We have jointly and individually met with no success. No roommates or helpers. Bill is a bright, articulate, humanitarian person. Despite physical limitations, his .academic achie...
SGA SUPPORTS BOYCOTT--WILL PAY PARKING FINES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
SGA SUPPORTS BOYCOTT--WILL PAY PARKING FINES The Capitol Campus Student Government Association has finally taken an action worthy of its name and position as the elected representative of the Capitol student body. At its meeting of February 24th, 1971, the SGA voted to support the parking sticker boycott, organized by an ad hoc group of students, by agreeing to pay all parking fines received by students participating in the boycott. The boycott, transformed from its original intention of a total boycott by the receipt from Director Herpel of the long-awaited audit, now has the goal of instituting free or reduced-rate parking for those students who use only the designated parking lots for their respective residence areas, i.e. Meade Heights, the dorms, or the University apartments. Any ticket received by students who do not buy a parking sticker Spring Term and are ticketed because they have parked in their appropriate parking areas can submit all tickets to the SGA who will ...
BILL NEEDS ROOMMATES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
BILL NEEDS ROOMMATES Bill Pritchard and Doug Megla Doug: Is it true that next term, you'll need four or five people to live with you or you'll have to quit?" Bill: "This is truc.actually I'll need three or four." Doug: "Could you name the responsibilities these people will take on?" Bill: "Yes, the general things I need done are getting me up in the mornings. These are all physical things: getting me dressed, getting me washed off, possibly a little breakfast, and then, depending on my roommates' schedules, going to school, or reading, studying. And I need one or possibly two people who can drive the VW Bus...two people can share the responsibility. That's why I'm in Meade Heights, it works out much better to share my needs with other people...it's much more effective. "Once I'm in school, I'm pretty well off. I need help with general bathroom care, somebody cooking meals, and most of all...a bath once or twice a week." Doug: "Anything else along the lines of responsibilit...
"Yes, Yes, Yes": Good, Good, Good [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
"Yes, Yes, Yes": Good, Good, Good by Tom Hagan The first annual Capitol Campus Folk Concert was a conglomeration of professionalism, unadulterated amateurism, and inevitable sound problems: In other words, it was a generally enjoyable musical marathon. Annie Ferrino proved to be an enthusiastic and capable emcee as well as a good entertainer. Her talents were especially demonstrated when she walked into the audience to help lead a hootenany session while the stage was being rearranged. One of the highlights of the show was the appearance of some of Annie s students from Middletown High. Some musical prowess was definitely lacking (at one point, two guitars were tuned in two different keys), but their hearts and energies more than made up for it. In this reporter's opinion, one of the best acts of the concert came from Dave Baker. He sang such songs as "And I Love Her," "Sonny," very well. Particularly entertaining was his "Yes, Yes, Yes." It would be unfair, however, to poin...