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CAPS? GOWNS? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
CAPS? GOWNS? Each senior graduating at the end of Spring Term, 1971, should have received a Cap and Gown Measurement Card when they picked up their preregistration packets. Those not receiving a card may obtain one from the bookstore. Complete cards must be returned to the bookstore no later than Monday, March 8, 1971.
RECALL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
RECALL In accordance with the SGA Constitution, Lee Levan, SGA President reported at the February 28th meeting of SGA that Bill Ducassoux, senior humanities senator, has exceeded the allotted number of absences for an SGA member. Ducassoux had missed two previous unexcused meetings (the limit is one) and also was absent at the February 28th meeting. Levan notified Ducassoux by letter of his attendance violation and requested him to state his further intentions. There was no reply. Levan then suggested recall procedings as outlined in the constitution. Len Thompson, junior senator from social science, then motioned to recall Ducassoux and the motion was seconded by John Fanelly. Discussion arose concerning the dedication of any senator who does not attend meetings and whether proper notice was given about meeting dates and times. Eric Murray then motioned to table Thompson's motion and to send another letter to Ducassoux asking him to appear for the purpose of stating his fur...
ECO TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
ECO TIPS Prepared by American Studies 499A: The American Environment 1. Don't buy colored facial tissues, paper towels, or toilet paper. The paper dissolves properly in water, but the dye lingers on. 2. If you accumulate coat hangers, don't junk them; return them to the cleaner. Boycott any cleaner who won't accept them. 3. Don't buy unreturnable containers. Hold aluminum can purchase to a minimum. 4. At the gas station, don't let the attendant "top off your gas tank; this means waste, and polluting spillage. 5. If you smoke filter-tip cigarettes, don't flush them down the John. They'll ruin plumbing and sewage systems. They're practically indestructable. 6. Stop smoking. 7. When you see a junked car, call you local Sanitation Department. If they don't care, scream til someone does. 8. If you have to car-commute, don't chug exhaust into the air just for yourself. Form a car pool. 9. Bug gasoline manufacturers to get the lead out. 10. There's only so much water, don't leave i...
Sorority, Girls? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
Sorority, Girls? The Chi Delta Sigma Sorority is now organizing. We would like to take this opportunity to invite all junior and senior girls to join with us. A party is being held March 7, Sunday night at 8:30 at 823A Nelson Drive. All girls are invited. Some members of the XGI Fraternity will be there, and I know they'll be anxious to meet all the prospective members of Chi Delta Sigma. And I know you'll all want to meet our mascot. Just look at the picture. Adorable I know. Well the person in this picture will be our guest of honor Sunday night. So come and join, have some fun, get involved, and best of all meet our mascot. HONORARY SORORITY MEMBER-Poses in the SGA office. Sexy, yes???
MUSIC... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
MUSIC... (Continued from Page i ) satisfying the varied tastes of the audience. Those others were: Recording star, Dennis Stoner; The Sunday People; Locust Grove; Ed McGovern; Bob Thompson; Chuch Albert; and . many more fine performers. Hopefully this is the type of social activity we will see more of in the future. The performers played before a large and diverse audience. It was more of a community affair, having not only members of the campus present, but also a number of area high school students as well, an excellent opportunity for discovering some insight into the kind of people who make the Middletown-area their home.
Rap [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
Rap (Continued from Page i ) Doug: "Would you like to elaborate further on the responsibility of your roommates?" BUI: "I'd like a mutual interaction arranged so that we can communicate with each other. I'd like more than one person, so that he doesn't get bogged down. In the general roommate situation, I've found it's best to pay for their rooms...a rent-free apartment." Doug: "Rent-free for all four people?" Bill: "That's right." Doug: "What do you plan to do after graduation?" Bill: "I do a lot of joking about that...I say I'm going to become a social director at the Playboy Club. Really, I'm not exactly sure yet. I want to work with a service agency of some kind. My main aim is to make some kind of worthwhile contribution to society. People like myself often don't get the opportunity to make a contribution. I want people to see what really can be done." &$ Doug: "Would you object to having girls apply?" Bill: "No, it would be an ideal living experiment." Doug: "H...
Team Standings [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
Team Standings W L Last Place 23 5 Dr. Shock 21 7 The Sors of Italy 20 8 TheHermies 17 11 The Studs 15 13 The Sweethearts 14 14 TheWrics 13 15 The Underdogs 11 17 Gino Giants 11 17 The Handicaps 9 19 Team 2 8 20 DMZ 6 22 Next Week March 3, 1971 Lanes 1 and 2—Gino Giants vs. Last Place, Lanes 3 and 4-The Studs vs. The Sweethearts, Lanes 5 and 6—The Underdogs vs. The Handicaps, Lanes 7 and 8-The Hermies vs. Dr. Shock, Lanes 9 and 10-Team 2 vs. Sors of Italy, and' Lanes 11 and 12-DMZ vs. Wrics.
Varsity Tennis [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
Varsity Tennis The Capitol Campus Varsity Tennis team is now forming, all interested students should attend a meeting which will be held on March 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the Athletic Building to determine if there are enough interested students to establish a team. Those students who are interested, but who will be unable to attend, please contact Mr. Stanley at 787-7751 or R. Steven Pace, 315 Church Hall, 944-9609. WARNING: -tke V€«A«rwil/e 7 WILL. , S+rilce. 4gcMn!
ELECTION RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
ELECTION RESULTS Russ Matthews, David Stacks, and Gary Gold are the new members of SGA as a result of the February 16th election. Matthews is treasurer, Stacks is junior senator-at-large, and Gold is junior business senator. Matthews and Gold had no opposition, but Stacks outpolled Jack Powell and Bob Klugiewicz for his office. In the same election, both ammendments were passed by an overwhelming vote. A total of 173 students voted in the elections.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 March 1971
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"Nittany UN-Screw" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
"Nittany UN-Screw" by Doug Megla Miss Pat Murphy will be retained in her position as assistant to the dean of student affairs. Dean John R. Grimm said "The action was taken in response to a recognized student need. "Through numerous conversations and discussions with students in the past several weeks," Dean Grimm said, "we have noted a need to which we must respond-that of providing a person who will be on campus and able to assist students in the residence areas. "Miss Murphy evidently enjoys widespread student confidence for this role. "At the same time, we still believe the two posts we were planning to fill in the Office of Student Affairs are vital. In view of this, we will proceed to fill these positions—assistant dean for residence programs and student activities coordinator." Dean Grimm repeated a proposal he made in the February 24th issue of the CAPITOLIST concerning student involvement in the operation of the Student Affairs Office. Under the plan, a committee ...
STACKS AND BROWN RECEIVE CYD OFFICES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
STACKS AND BROWN RECEIVE CYD OFFICES by Lee Levan Two Capitol Campus students acquired statewide office with the Pennsylvania College Young Democrats during the organization's annual convention in State College during the weekend of February 26th. David C. Stacks, junior in Social Science, was appointed executive secretary to State President Donald Steighner. Barbara Brown, senior in Socjal Sciences was elected second vice-president of the organization. Dave is currently serving as President of the Capitol Campus Young Democrats, who are in the midst of a membership recruiting drive. The Young Democrats held a dance in the student center on March 2, and also hope to encourage all students to register to vote, especially now that the 18-year-old vote has become law.
Please Help! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
Please Help! There is a 2-year old boy that needs our help: He put a vacuum cleaner hose in his mouth and it collapsed his lungs. He is now breathing 5 hours a day with a special lung machine, which is very expensive to operate. Hillel and Elizabethtown College are making a drive for empty cigarette packs. The purpose for the empty cigarette packs is this: For every 100 packs collected, this child's family can use this machine for one minute, FREE!! PLEASE!!! Put all empty cigarette packs in the boxes that are marked for this cause. Everyone can and is urged to help Hillel collect as many of these packs as possible. This drive will continue until the end of Spring term. It is imperative that we start now, because every minute that we can give this child is a precious minute. Please help in this drive to help this little boy to breathe. Thank you for your help, HILLEL For further information Contact: Sam Korson 944-7923
HERPEL RESPONDS TOSGA ON PARKING [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
HERPEL RESPONDS TOSGA ON PARKING Capitol Campus Director Coleman Herpel has submitted a proposal to SGA President Lee Levan with the intention of avoiding the planned SGA backed boycott of parking sticker next term. Herpel proposed that, in a one term trial basis, resident students who park only in their respective parking areas will pay no registration fee. The letter, dated March 5, 1971, sets forth the following provisions: 1. All student vehicles will be registered. 2. Unrestricted parking privileges in designated areas will require a fee of $7.50. 3. Parking privileges for students resident on campus and restricted to residence area parking spaces will have no charge. _4. Penalties will be assessed against students whose vehicles are unregistered but parked in unauthorized areas. In effect, the proposal which has been endorsed by President Levan, will result in a savings to resident students for Spring Term, and give the administration a basis of determining how much de...
Need Someone To Care...? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
Need Someone To Care...? That is why the Hot Line is there. For the past few months, a group of volunteers have given of themselves to work on a committee known as The Head Shop. This immediately leads people to believe that we are concerned with drug-related problems. And this is very true. However, this is only one perspective we deal with, concerning people and their problems. Yes, we are concerned about you and we are there to talk to from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. every night! Every issue of the CAPITOLIST brings to public view an article discussing the activities of The Head Shop. Each article is very informative and well-written. However, it seems that each article has failed to communicate the feeling and honest concern this committee has developed. In November of last term there was much attention directed to the problem of drug use on this campus. As a result of the overwhelming paranoia generated among us, The Head Shop was formed with the primary purpose concerning drugs....
DUCASSOUX RECALLED [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
DUCASSOUX RECALLED Bill Ducassoux, senior humanities senator, was recalled from office by a 12-0 vote of the SGA Senate at its March 3rd meeting. The SGA apparently felt that Ducassoux's interest was no longer in the organization as evidenced by his non-attendance at the weekly meetings. An attempt to recall Steve Forman, senior senator at large, failed on a close vote (10 in favor, 1 opposed, and 1 abstention with 12 votes necessary for recall). The week previously SGA had tabled the Ducassoux recall motion by a vote of 7 to 6 for the purpose of seeking out the senator's intentions. John Fanelly, senior senator from social science, reported to the Senate that Ducassoux was aware of the proceedings and did not oppose them. A vote was then taken to remove the motion from the table with all 12 senators in favor. Then the recall vote occurred. The vacancy will be filled by a special election in the near future. Again for reasons of non-attendance, the SGA voted upon recall of s...
DOlt! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
DOlt! EDITORIAL Last week in this paper, there appeared a section of pre-printed notes .to the powers in Washington expressing discontent with the war in Viet Nam. How many of those ever left Capitol Campus? I can hear it now. "Not this crap again." But really, it seems that no one cares what happens to him anymore. It seems also that we should care and, in that case, should be willing to do just a tiny bit about it. For example, when we learned that Pat Murphy was in danger of losing her job, some students went to see Dr. Grimm. About 20 or 30 went. But that office should have exploded with people. And out of that situation grew several proposals involving more student power in decision making at Capitol Campus. When it came to a vote on these proposals, about 450 people voted. Sure the vote was decidedly in favor of the student power, but 450 people? That's less than the 60% average turnout for a national election. And these things are going to affect us directly. Frustr...