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What Was That Again? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
What Was That Again? EDITORIAL by Lee Nell Does anyone know why the pretty blonde chick was here the other day? She, and presumably others, are being considered for the position of Assistant Dean of Student Affairs next year. This would be a supervisory position over our own Pat Murphy and Steve Millman -the Assistants to the Deam of Student Affairs-Residence. In addition, another position is open for Student Activities coordinator. That responsibility is held now by Mr. South, who will be on sabatical leave after fall term next year. But wait. The requirements for both of these positions are that the applicant have an M.A. and two years of experience. Miss Murphy and Mr. Millman meet these qualifications. And in fact, for a good part of this year they have been helping out with student activities in addition to their residence duties. Admittedly, we do not know the whole story. But some questions can be raised. Do we need a new supervisor in the Office of Student Affairs?...
WZAP PLANS TO HIT THE AIR [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
WZAP PLANS TO HIT THE AIR On April 7, 1971, students interested in the operation and airing of Capitol radio station WZAP assembled. Early in the evening some ten new DJ's signed up for air time, this term to range from 8 a.m. until near 2 a.m. Outside FM stations will be monitored on unused air time. Station manager John Musto made a plea to all interested students to contact him, as final slots for DJ's and working hours, not to mention the schedule for training of new DJ's must be worked out. It was also announced that WZAP would air over three frequencies. An appeal has also been made to the FCC to allow WZAP to convert to an AM station. The FCC will monitor our station over the next term in consideration of this request. AROUND THE CAMPUS
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
EDITOR: Rosemary Scanlon ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lee Nell Tom Hagan BUSINESS MANAGERS: Richard Marx Roger Hawkins PHOTOGRAPHER: CONTRIBUTORS: Lu Ann Berulis Missy Rotundaro Doug Megla Bill Winkler Michael Rix Terry Wimmer Dan Durante Chandler Wolf Ton V McGovern Skip Lewis Charlie Bussison Paul Snyder Tom Ogden Cliff Balson EDITORIAL CONSULTANT Jim Benn STAFF OF CAPITOLIST: :
THE COLUMN Nasty Nemesis In The Dorms [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
THE COLUMN Nasty Nemesis In The Dorms by Terry K. Wimmer During the past few weeks, we have all been affected by the warm air and sunshine that Mother Nature has supplied with the arrival of Spring. Some of us have taken advantage of the weather to attempt to rid ourselves of the flabby muscles and bulges that Winter so generously inflicted upon us. Some of us took the opportunity to get a head start on that summer tan. Every Spring though affects the college campuses throughout the country in a unique, refreshing and totally rewarding fashion. Although many of us would like to be elsewhere at this beautiful time of year, there are an- equal amount of those who wouldn't have it any other way. Spring seems to affect us all differnetly. Those of us who profess to be liberal-minded, become even more so during.the Spring. Likewise, my Engineering friends seemingly become less conservative, indeed a welcome feeling for us all. Classes suddenly sprawl onto the grass in front of th...
Letters To The Editor: BEAUTY AND THE PHOSPHATES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
Letters To The Editor: BEAUTY AND THE PHOSPHATES NOTE: Tish Clever, a Capitol Campus graduate, shares her annoyance with VOGUE magazine and with us...If you agree with Tish...write a letter to VOGUE yourself! Editor: Listen, we're concerned about living...about getting the world into some sort of an unpolluted state so that our kids can someday walk in a clean stream and play in a fresh-smelling, gorgeous park...then, let's just do something...we can, you know. Let's start with VOGUE magazine. VOGUE's issue of March 1 states in a four point list of ways to help your beauty plan...beauty of the skin, rather than the beauty of the earth, that is...the Beauty Editor bubbles, "OK BEST OF ALL: Have a water-conditioning device installed, which will automatically remove the curd-making calcium and magnesium from the water before it comes out of the faucet."...and after the faucet, it plunges into our waterways...and water-softeners, as you may not know, cause 50% phosphates. Phosph...
GOODBYE... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
GOODBYE... Dear Capitol Campus, (I am illiterate, therefore the pen that writes this letter is of the one whom loves and understands me most, my friend Barry.) I used to love Capitol Campus for three terms, I pranced around Meade Heights, visiting houses...getting crazy on Tuesday nights...visiting Duchess across the street...being horny...and enjoying the delusions of freedom at Capitol Campus. But two occurances changed my life. One day I innocently followed E.P. (remember him?) and ate some pretty flowers in front of the ad building. The next thing I knew, a man with a hat slipped a noose around my neck and took'me away to a two by four pen. I was bewildered. But Barry rescued me in the morning. I didn't go for many walks after that. I was confined to my room where I got increasingly lonely and horny. One morning outside my house, I barked at another man with a hat (a mailman) because I was afraid. Of course I wouldn't bite him—I love people too much for that-but he thoug...
WHERE IS I.C.T.S.? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
WHERE IS I.C.T.S.? For the past year or so several people including students and faculty as well as administration have been toying with the idea of having some sort of campus transportation to and from the Main Building. In fact just this year a futile attempt to provide such a system was made, only to find that there was a tremendous lack of support. However, I along with my peers feel that such a system can work and we wouldn't like to see this project scrapped. Therefore an intensive study of the matter is being made with hopes that the birth of the Intra-Campus Transportation System (ICTS) will become a reality.
"THE POST OF PROVOST" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
"THE POST OF PROVOST" by Terry K. Wimmer The announcement last week by University President John W. Oswald concerning the creation of the post of provost at Capitol Campus came as a sudden surprise to many members of the student body, but not to the faculty and Administration. According to those I have discussed the matter with, the move had been in the making for months and that some have concluded the President's action may be the first of many to occur in the upcoming months. As usual though, the student body was not informed of this major change and as a result, the treacherous communication and credibility gaps that plague this campus continue to widen. The creation of this post has generated a considerable amount of discussion within the Academic Community as to exactly how the provost will affect the current Administrative structure of Capitol Campus. According to President Oswald, the provost will assume full responsibility for both academic and administrative aspect...
XGI Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
XGI Conference VETERAN'S CONFERENCE-Ralph Bailor, second from left, president of the Capitol Campus Chapter of Chi Gamma lota, compares notes with speakers and delegates at the statewide conference held here April 3. Representatives of Veteran's Clubs from 19 colleges in Pennsylvania took part in a one-day meeting Saturday, April 3, at the Capitol Campus. Chi Gamma Iota, ex-servicemen's fraternity at the campus, hosted the conference which was held in the Main Building. Speakers included Robert D. Ford, of the Governor's Council for Human Services; Dr. Joseph P. Gavenonis, director of the Bureau of Private Schools and Veterans,, Education, Pennsylvania Department of Education; Dr. James J. Smith, coordinator of Identity '69, and Robert Spanogle, president of the National Association of College Veterans. Also taking part were Stuart Feldman, of Washington, D.C., chairman of the National Committee of Veterans Benefits, and Rudy Frank, of the Economic Opportunities Commission...
HEY, I'M A NEW STUDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
HEY, I'M A NEW STUDENT by Thomas Ogden On an inconspicuous Thursday, not too long ago-as a matter of fact it was, perhaps aptly, April Fool's Day-about a hundred new students invaded this campus. Some were returning students; others were transfers from different colleges or various Commonwealth Campuses of PSU ("For the glory of Old State"); still others were ex-GI's. The story you are about to read is true; only the names are the same to intimidate the innocent. I arrived on campus somewhere around two on March 31. I had until 4:30 to check into my room. I discovered I had been accepted into Meade, and after visits back and forth from Meade to the dorm to Meade to the dorm, ad nauseum, I decided to stay in the dorm. ("What, you fool!" cry the Meaders. "The dorms?") Seems I didn't want to move in with three unknowns in mid-season, not knowing what sport I'd be playing. Anyway I got back to the dorms, or more correctly, into the Housing Office. One girl was trapped in her roo...
POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy Rotondaro I want to make it known that I alone, did not write this masterpiece this week. Contributions from Mrs. Brown, Iris Praeger, and Dr. Splane added a special, wonderful, outstanding "touch" to this column. 1 have to give credit where it is due. Each one of you has a great deal of talent, not necessarily writing talent, but talent. Moving right along, let's start off with a question for all the Fl Ed's out there. THE QUESTION: Which is the better, the key of F or the key of G when singing "Six Little Ducks That I Once Knew'" Marijuana is a real drag. A rock festival is being planned for May 16. Remember that date. Who is the bird woman of Wrisberg? Her name was Virginia, They called her Virgin for short. But not for long History Scrapbook: 18 years ago today Rigo Fusselback was the first fatality of scrvomation. One week ago today President Oswald discovered there WAS a Capitol Campus. Who wears yellow woolies with tennis shoes? There was a young ma...
Canter as A vail able [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
Canter as A vail able The Instructional Services Office now has a limited amount of photographic equipment available for student use. A 35mm camera is available for still photography work, while a super 8mm and 16mm camera may be used for motion pictures. If you wish to borrow any of this equipment for class related projects, get a note from your instructor and bring it to room W338. For your personal projects, a note from Jerry South, Student Affairs Office, is necessary.
On The Way To The State Hospital .. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
On The Way To The State Hospital .. Scene I: As we venture down the bustling hallways, we confront the heroes of this tragic article. Fighting off the villians, they escape to the security of their office. While congratulating each other on their narrow escape, they discuss how they will deal with the president of the I Felta Thigh Committee and his demands for three hundred thousand dollars so they can hire Ed Sullivan to do Tuesday night's dance. Kati: "Well, Bill, maybe the people from the Dorm's will come." BUI: "Look, if they didn't come when we had the Singing Seals from Middletown, you expect them to come for Ed Sullivan?" Kati: "But Bill, we did have three people for the Jumping Jigaloes from Lower Japip, and we only paid them two thousand to come, so we should have at least fifty people for good ole Ed." Bill: "You have a point there! Especially if we give away the balloons from Gino's." Kati: "Face it Bill, you can't please everybody, and even if we please only thr...
SPRIN61971 INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
SPRIN61971 INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL ^S^O&TZS MONTH TIME FIELD A: MEN'S GAMES ONLY FIELD B: MEN, WOMEN, CO-ED April Th 22 5:00 XGI Junk Dee Gees YJC M M 26 5:00 S. Warriors The Team Playmates Little Studs C M 26 7:00 Foul Balls *Zero Defects XGI Movement M T 27 5:00 Junk DMZ Foul Balls Trojans M T 27 7:00 Dee Gees Studs S. Warriors Raiders M W 28 5:00 The Team XGI-A Little Studs Stan Steamers C W 28 7:00 X-Rated Beck's Buddies XGI Left Wing M Th 29 5:00 YJC Junk DMZ Movement M Th 29 7:00 Beck's Buddies *Zero Defects S. Warriors Trojans M May M 3 5:00 Foul Balls X-Rated Little Studs Junk Funny Co. C M 3 7:00 Trojans *Zero Defects Stan Steamers Playmates C T 4 5:00 The Team Beck's Buddies XGI-A Raiders M T 4 7:00 XGI Studs Junk Dee Gees M W 5 5:00 DMZ Left Wing Movement YJC M W 5 7:00 Foul Balls S. Warriors XGI-A Trojans M Th 6 5:00 The Team X-Rated Playmates Little Studs W Th 6 7:00 DMZ XGI Stan Steamers Junk Funny Co. C M 10 5:00 The Team X-Rated XGI-A M 10 5:00 The Team X...
Home Run Derby [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
Home Run Derby by Don Hossler Intramurals for the Spring term started with the thud of a bat, as six teams vied for honors in a homcrun derby held April 7 at the Athletic Building. Unfortunately, the day was typically April, featuring blustery winds and temperatures ranging in the low 40's. As a result of the high winds, many possible homeruns had plenty of altitude, but lacked distance. The derby was won by the Raiders, as powerful Bob Werner smashed two pitches over the left field fence, 220 feet. Second place honors went to the DMZ's and Studs Team 1, each hitting one homer. Young Jim Kihm blasted the lone DMZ homer, and Dick White had the Stud's only score. Ed Gregorich of the DMZ's smashed a pitch through the fence in an unsuccessful try to rewrite the Derby rules. Other teams participating were the XGI's, Studs Team 2, and Movement. Unfortunately, the Junk forfeited due to a lack of players. Each of the Raiders received a certificate for winning the event.
Softball [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
Softball The first Spring term intramural softball game was played April 12 at the Athletic Building. The YJC'ers trounced the Studs, 11-1, in a real slug-fest. The YJC'ers were led by the hard hitting of Terry Devenney, Joe Maschue, and Steve Hege. Hege, who also pitched, collected two doubles and a homerun in three at bats. Top hitters for the Studs were Dick White and Steve Krumsky, both going 3 for 3 at the plate.
Tennis Clinic [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 April 1971
Tennis Clinic by Don Hossler An intramural Beginners Tennis Clinic will be conducted on April 28, at 5:00 p.m., on the Student Centre Courts. Pinochle Cards has been scheduled for April 29, and continuing daily in the evening thereafter. For further information on these and other intramural events, students, faculty, and staff are urged to contact Bob Stanley in the Athletic Building. Intramural softball is now underway, with games being played at 5:00 p.m., until May, when games will be scheduled at 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. The fields are located beside the Athletic Building. There are more than twenty Men, Women, and CoEd teams entered in the competition.