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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

To correct our mistakes Letter to Editor; An error by our typesetter inadvertently deleted a phrase from a letter to the editor from Mary E. Gundel, Capitol Campus Director of Admissions in our September issue. The phrase was in the paragraph beginning "It is unfor tunate ..." (Page 6, Letter to the editor, second laat paragraph, second sentence, "Also unfortunate is the fact that...of them graduate.") The paragraph should have read as follows: "It is unfortunate that negative articles about the number of black students attending Penn State have been very prolific lately. Also unfortunate is the fact that no article I have seen has mentioned the fact that Penn State has excellent black students and that a proportionately high percentage of them graduate."... Gilmore story; Misplaced quotation marks may have led to a misinter pretation of the actual quote attributed to Acting Pro vost/Dean, Dr. Stanley Miller in our September issue. (Page 1, "It's not business as usual In t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Solution difficult for SGA's budgetary woes [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Solution difficult for SGA's budgetary woes By Jerry Trently, Jr. They met, proposed, heard, reconvened, listened, and proposed again, and somewhere in the midst of the process, the Student Government Allocations were adapted. Working with $12,000 less than the University Park allotment from the previous year, the SGA finance committee was at a disadvantage from the first pencil mark. Also working against them was the leave of their treasurer, Mary Ford. Senior Humanities Major, Florence Churchill, has since been chosen to replace Ford. SGA should have moved sooner to gain a competent replacement for Ford to compensate for the loss, taking the burden of budget ""*' allocating decisions off of SGA President, Joe Oddo. "I'm not a Treasurer," Oddo told a special assembly of the President's Council on September 25, "and that's why I may have had trouble making these decisions." The Finance Committee presented their proposed *-__ »_, . .J. . .A.MU SOA ON* Mtm&...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Times Thursday, October 20, 1983 Vol. 18, No. 2 Editorial Board Jerome J. Trently, Jr Executive Editor James E. Fitzroy Managing Editor Kimberly C. Bush Business Manager Sean C. Ferry Advertising Manager James P. Kushlan Production Manger Timothy Hagan Associate Production Manager Jeffrey G. Shatzer Photography Editor Robert H. Rejmaniak Sports Editor Michele S. Haley Events Editor Contributing staff Jeanne A. Ballets Linda A, McCarty Janet Cody Michael Markle Thomas O. Dekle Neil Myers Sharon L. DePalma j ony G. Perry Kathy Heraghty Betsy j. sheehan Francoise 6. Hultzapple Bud Smith Harry D. Lucas Donald R. Strausburger Shirley V. Marquet George P. Yanoshlk, Jr. Advising and consulting John Patterson, Bern Sharfman The Capitol Times welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must indicate the writer's affiliation, if any. All letters MUST be signed by the writer. Unsigned letters will not be primed. Capitol Times reserves the right to reject or edit letters t...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Question: What do you think about a change from the pass/fail system to a satisfactory/unsatisfactory system? 'Tor me the old system is better because the new system would make it rougher. This is an upper division school." Gary Smith Public Policy "When interviewers look at students' grades and see pass/fail classes, they might feel it was a cop-out. I think you should take the class for a grade. The new system does seem to push you toward that." Renu Singh Accounting You can't pass and get credit for a course with fewer points.You must put in more time and effort for a satisfactory grade." Dave Hockman Building Construction Technology "I feel the break-off should be at a C and up. Some people will take the pass/fail option and not work hard. There is no motivation to make them work." Brian Stick Provisional "If they look to the accreditation of the school, I would think they would want to raise the requirement to a C. If you have to get a C to get the satisfactory grad...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Pickles, jets, and books, outlining the [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Pickles, jets, and books, outlining the By Kathleen Heraghty and Jim Fitzroy The H.J. Heinz Company farmed it- grew some of their famous pickles on it. During the First World War the government stored some of its ordnance on it As the Army Air Corps took it over, bi-planes and observation balloons graced its grounds. The Air Corps became the Air Force and the simple flying field eventually grew to accomodate jets; The gently rolling acreage had become the sprawling Olmsted Air Force base. Then in 1964 a decision was made that led to the land's present incarnation as the Capitol Campus of the Pennsylvania State University. On October 3, 1966, eighteen students and 8 full-time faculty members quietly took over the Olmsted Air Force Base. The students made up the first class of Capitol Campus. All were tranfers from University Park or other commonwealth campuses studying in Humanities and the Social Sciences. In its second year the Middletown campus had its first full class...

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

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Robot arm constructed by Capitol students [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Robot arm constructed by Capitol students Bv Linda McCarty Robbie can't talk like C3PO. And he can't walk like R2D2. In fact, he has no head, no legs and only one arm. Capitol Campus' newest "student" is a mechanical, one-armed industrial robot designed by five mechanical engineering. He is the type of robot becoming increasingly popular in manufacturing plants to replace humans in jobs thought to be too dangerous, or those deemed more economically feasible when performed by a robot. The Capitol Campus robot is a unique conglomeration of parts taken from such things as windsheild-wiper motors , old aircraft couplings and bicycle chains. The total cost of the project was approximately 300 dollars. Robbie, named by his creator, Dilip Patel, began his mechanical existence about two years ago. Under the supervision of Professor Rodger Schiller, who teaches a course in Robotics, Robbie has been added to and improved upon since his initial construction by Patel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Van Zandt's was planning a special night for Penn State students at Capitol Campus and HersheyMedical Center. Our original idea was a "We are number 1" night in honor of the football team, but by the time this paper had gone to press in September, Cincinnati had beaten the Lions 14-3. Being very depressed and also feeling kind of silly advertising "We are number 1" when Cincinnati kicked our butts, we canned the idea. The main purpose of having this special night as we later realized, was to give you, the Penn State student, a night out that was truely AFFORDABLE. We know classes are generally soft on Thursdays/so we chose the last Wednesday night of every month to be PENN STATE NIGHT. This will be your night. It will not be advertised anywhere except in this paper, and it will be AFFORDABLE. There will be many $1.00 specials with your Penn State I.D. card, so be sure to bring it with you. Cover charges are as follows: Penn State student $1.00 Notre Dame $3.00 Nebraska $5.00 Pitt ...

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IE)[IS(S°QQSsfi®m [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

IE)[IS(S°QQSsfi®m By Mike Markle BflSmfimaatoff Z.Z. Top, that "little old band from Texas," is back on track again with their latest release Eliminator (Warner Bros.). Their previous effort El Loco disappointed many fans with its glossy production and lightweight rhythms, but Eliminator will, uh, eliminate any doubts that this band is a force to be reckoned with. Houston-based Z.Z. Top is the last of a vanishing breed — the arena rockers. There aren't many of them around nowadays, so Z.Z. Top is a welcome relief to those who are tired of the Police and David Bowie. The eleven tunes on Eliminator are co-written by all three members of the band - Billy Gibbons (guitar, vocals), Dusty Hill (bass, vocals), and drummer Frank Beard (ironically, the only band member without a beard). All the songs incorporate essential ingredients that make up the Z.Z. Top sound ~ simple drum patterns, dirty bass riffs, wailing guitars, and raucous vocals. Although they're ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

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"Big Chill" gives movie-going audience warm feeling [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

"Big Chill" gives movie-going audience warm feeling A movie review by Don Strausburger After three years of mediocre movies, one begins to wonder whether the film industry can give the public a movie that deals with sexual situations without only appealing to the teenaged audience. In the case of The Big Chill, the answer is yes. Throughout the film's opening frames, the question of whether or not this is just another of the "drive-in epics" rings loudly in the spectators minds, but as the story continues it becomes obvious this film is an exception to the norm. The film is reminiscent of the motion picture Four Friends in that it deals with the traumatic experiences of a group of students as they come together at a funeral for a recently deceased college cohort. The film examines the lives of the eight major characters, who range from an investigative reporter to a public defender to a Vietnam veteran who has been a drug dealer since his return from the war. To give any detai...

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Capitol runners repeat as conference champs [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Capitol runners repeat as conference champs Photo by Janet Cody Capitol cross country runner, Joel Hagar opens his pace along the wooded course at Allentown College, where the team participated in the Allentown Invitational Meet last Saturday. The team placed sixth out of 15 teams at the meet. By Jeanne Bailets Capitol's cross-country runners finished their regular season with a record of 11 wins and 1 loss, talcing second only to Lincoln University, topping last year's record of six and four. "It's no accident the team has good runners. They like running and they have all improved their records on their own time," said coach Bud Smitley. A quad-meet on October 8 marked the final victory for Capitol which finished first over Ehzabethtown, Alvernia, and Baptist Bible. Capitol runners who placed irr the meet were Joel Hager, Brian Bachman Dave Wicks, Greg Nissiey, and Dan Miller, finishing third, fourth, fifth, ninth, and tenth overall, respectively. In the five mile rac...

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