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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
WATCH FOR OUR Classified Ads On-campus groups may purchase Classified Ads to notify readers of meetings or events. Personal-classified ads may also be purchased for any purpose at the rates listed below. Rates On-campus groups or persons—1 Col., x 3 lines - $1.00; Additional lines $.20 each; Off-campus rates—double. (This does not mean commuters.) Be sure to Include all pertinent Information such as dates, times, events, places, where to be contacted, etc Please type these ads and submit them no later than the weekend before publication (Thursdays). Thank you.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
THRIFTY BEVERAGE Olmsted Plaza Open til 8 every night Thurs. & Fri.: til 9 pm. SODA POP HAZLE CLUB CANS , 7 oz. returnables 9 flavors L 8 cents each PEERS 28 bottles per case $ 1.89 a case $ 1.19 ¦ ii 16 oz: non-ret. ' 10 cents per bottle ONLY AT THRIFTY BEVERAGE FALSTAFF AND VAN MUNCHEN BEER BONANZA these and 100 more : Rheingold + Innsbrau + Bergheim +' Bavarian + Schmidts + Budweiser * We Can Tell You About Our Beer-Ale-Porter and Imports * We Can Tell You About Our Self-Service * We Can Tell You About Our Hundreds of Displays * WE CANNOT TELL YOU About Our Prices - These YOU Have To See I All Items Plus Tax and Deposit Where Applicable We Reserve The Right To Limit All Quantities
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
' IWWfiCl VALUABLE COUPON l *§jj PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANING tj and PRESSING i This Coupon Worth 50* ^ On Self-Service Dry Cleaning , * 8 Lbs, Maximum ? 1 1 > On Any $2.50 Load Now Open On Sundays, , Iot Self-Service f Dry Cleaning ) ( £!~n10 £?!•£•* °r * LAST ''OAJ» MUST BE m | d "T"™ Weifht Suits 1V4 HOURS BEFORE CLOSING f «r S Slack*, or 6 Skirts | A \ *r ""¦" ¦ 9 a.m- to 9 p.m. ' A A Complete Laundry Sat. 9 to 7 [' i Dry Cleaning Service Sun - I0 to 4 I ' A Phone 944-6192 (last load at 2 pm) NBWffiBHHHBlBWI^HTZZZLel ' iJiiiii^ffgr^i > '^"JB.itPil '^l > < Village Dry Cleaning and Laundry \ 4 Olrosted Plaza Bt. 230, Middletown * S^LI Coupon Good thru Sept. 30 \W6l£ ——: ^""""" "^^ -y >r >y #^
CBII 1971 tHfrtMatoi WW* tkuemn [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
CBII 1971 tHfrtMatoi WW* tkuemn SPORTS ENTRY SPORT +CATFGORY DEADLINE FOOTBALL M/W Oct. 1 5:00 FOOTBALL CAPTAINS M/W MEETING BOWLING M/W/C Oct. 5 HORSESHOES M/W Oct . 8 SUMO WRESTLING M/W Oct. 13 DARTS M/W Oct. 15 ARCHERY M/W Oct. 18 VOLLEYBALL M/W/C Oct. 22 VOLLEYBALL CAPTAINS M/W/C Oct. 25 MEETING CROSS COUNTRY M/W Oct. 27 WALK-A-MILE M/W Nov. 3 ROLLER SKATING M/W/C Nov. 10 BEGINNING TYPE DATE DAY TIME PLACE *TOURNEY Oct. 5 Tues. TBA Rec/Athletics RR Bldg. Fields Oct. U Mon. 12:00 Rec/Athletics Bldg. Oct. 6 Wed. 9:30 Middletown Lanes RR Oct. 11 Mon. TBA Meade Heights SE Rec/Athletics Bldg. Oct. 13 Wed. 8:00 "K^c/Athletics Bldg. 1 Day Oct. 18 Mon. TBA Rec /Atli le ti cs Bldg. SE Oct. 20 Wed. 3:00 Rec/Athletics Bldg. 1 Day Oct. 25 Mon. 8:00 Base Gym RR Oct. 25 Mon. 12:00 Rec/Athletics Bldg. Oct. 27 Wed. 3:00 Rec/Athletics Bldg. 1 Day • Nov. 3 Wed. 3:00 Rec/Athletics Bldg. 1 Day Nov. 10 Wed. 7:30 Gold Skate Rin k 1 Day ?Category *Type Tourney TBA - To Be Announced M=Men R...
WOMEN FOR ACTION! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
WOMEN FOR ACTION! Women - come out and meet the opposition. ' The new schedule is out for the Fall'71 Intramurals. Get together now and sign up for any of the activities starting October 5. Coed sports offered: volleyball, bowling, and roller skating. If you want that recreation and fun you've been talking about sign up early so you don't miss out.
Killer Bees Attack SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
Killer Bees Attack SGA It all started last spring when Jerry South decided that it might be a good idea to get all the student organization leaders together before the fall term started. After much planning and arranging, the idea became reality when a bunch of us came to the campus on September 12. The original idea was for the students to get together with themselves and with some administration members to discuss and plan for the coming year. Unfortunately, this reporter was unable to attend all the organization meetings, but I do know that the conference was successful in many respects. SGA had several productive meetings, the Cultural Committee planned its program, and the Presidents Council and other groups met to discuss the coming year. But it was not all work and no play-or so we thought. On the afternoon of the first day, they struck. We were at the South estate near Middletown for a cookout and loosening up session. And we were doing our best to loosen up by tossi...
Notice [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
Notice A softball team made up of faculty and staff members of all sexes offers a formal challenge to any student coed team which would like to play (and get beaten, of course) this fall. Call Bob Stanley at Ext. 751 to schedule games. If no answer, call Ext. 733 to leave a message.
Rec-Athletic Council [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
Rec-Athletic Council The Capitol Campus Recreation-Athletics Council will be looking for junior members (men and women) this fall. The Council works with Recreation-Athletics Coordinator Bob Stanley to plan the Intramural as well as other athletic programs at Capitol Campus. Any student interested in joining the Council can contact Bob Stanley at the Athletic Building (787-775), Joe Zalewski in Wrisberg Hall, or Kerry Weiner at 848B, Kirkland, in Meade Heights.
FERTILITY DAY IS COMING I [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
FERTILITY DAY IS COMING I by Skip Lewis As it has been in the previous academic years at Capitol Campus, so will it be again...we will have one day more fertile than all the rest. Hans are underway which will coordinate this year's endeavors with last year's accomplishments. All being done in order to give us a more lovely and gracious campus to perceive, since not too many girls have decided to wear "hot pants" up here. Standing at the helm of this worthwhile endeavor is Chas Marcarelli, a ninth term junior who has already made himself known through the Board of Governors. On deck lending their talents and time are: Sal Paradise, last year's chairman; Lee Levan, SGA President; Lu Ann Berulis, Karen Brenner, Skip Lewis, Charlie Cooper, Peter Dunn, Mr. Bill Campbell, Public Relations; Steve Millrnan, Student Affairs, and Professor Klain. Chas and other members of the Fertility Day Committee met with Mr. Harold Stewart, Dauphin County Agricultural Agent and also employee of PS...
F DAY INFO [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
F DAY INFO FERTILITY DAY-Last year . Dr. Ed Racey and the engineers combined their talents to dig a trench in the ravine. Classes are cancelled so everyone can participate. Date: Tuesday, April 20 (Rain Date-Thursday, April 22). Project Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p jn. Day's Activities: a) Landscaping/planting of bushes in front of Church and in front of Wrisberg Halls. b) Landscaping/planting of bushes in walkway area. c) Limited plantings in Meade Heights. d) Planting of grass seed in walkway area and Meade Heights. e) Clean-up of litter and the like. f) Completion and placement of massive sculpture in walkway area. g) Straightening, pruning, and/or restaking of trees planted last year. h) Check of seedlings from last year. i) Repainting of steps leading to upper parking lots, Main Building. Other Related Activities: a) Picnic dinner in center of Meade Heights at 4:30 p.m. b) Dance that night (either outdoors or at Student Center)-in conjunction with Social Committee.