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Capitol Sweeps Schuylkill [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Capitol Sweeps Schuylkill Tennis Here are the results of this exciting match, April 11. Bob Zeller, Captain Mike Phillips, Manager SINGLES Murry Sharp-Patty Paradise 7-6:5-7:6-1 Mike Phillips-Denis Hayes 6-2:6-0 Bob Baginski-J. Catuterucci 2-6:6-4:6-4 Jerry Parsons-M. Smith 6-2:6-2 Scott Bloom-Ed Weigand 6-4:6-4 Tom Peterman-S. Minnig 6-3:6-1 DOUBLES Zeller, Bloom-Paradise, Hayes 4-6:6-2:4-6 Sharp, Baginski-Weigand, Minnig 6-1 :6-3 Phillips, Peterman-Catuterucci, Smith 6-3:6-4 BASEBALL On Saturday, April 6th, the Capitol Campus baseball team won the opening game of the '74 season with a score of 4 to 3 over the Air Force National Guard team at Indiantown Gap, Pa. This victory for Capitol ended 3 years of a winless season for the baseball team. BARRY DEACON made the victory possible as he drove home NICK CHERICH for the winning run. BARRY BAUER, Co-captain, started the scoring of the game leading off with a double; scored on heads-up base running, scoring from second base o...
C.G. SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
C.G. SPORTS Tennis OPPONENTS PLACE OF CONTEST TIME DAY DATE Delaware Co, Campus Capitol Campus 2:00 p.m. Wed May 1 Lebanon Valley Coll. Capitol Campus 3:00 p.m. Wed May 8 Ogontz Campus Abington, Pa. 3:00 p.m. Wed May 15 Faculty Capitol Campus 3.00 p.m. Wed May 29 Soccer Lancaster Bible Col. Capitol Campus 7:30 p.m. Thurs. Apr. 25 Gettysburg Seminary Capitol Campus 2:00 p.m. Sat. Apr. 27 Schuylkill Campus Capitol Campus 8:00 p.m. Thurs. May 2 MillersvillfrCollege Capitol Campus 8:00 p.m. Tues. May 7 Baseball Spring Garden Col.(dh) Chestnut Hill, Pa. 1:00 p.m. Sat. Apr. 27 Lebanon Valley Col. Annville, Pa. 3.00 p.m. Wed. May 1 Spring Garden Col. Cpaitol Campus 3:00 p.m. Wed. May 8 Allentown Ath. (dh) Allentown, Pa. 1:00 p.m. Sat. May 11 Golf Ogontz Campus Hershey, Pa. 2:00 p.m. Tues. Apr 30 York College York, Pa. 2:30 p.m. Mon May 6 York Campus Hershey, Pa. 2:00 p.m. Wed. May 8 Schuylkill Campus Hershey, Pa. 2:00 p.m. Tues. May 14 ^fe^^^fe^fedc ^^^^^^^^^^ Bowling: Wednesday, A...
S&ct&i Se<u&*t Ofrwb [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
S&ct&i Se<u&*t Ofrwb The Spring rains subsided long enough last week to permit a se son opener against N.E. Christian Jr. College. The air was cold, the ground wet, our team as yet untested, and our opponent, at the conclusion of their season, was in good shape. The game-a rerun of last Fall's match right down to the score - 7:6. Only this time, N.E. was the victor and not Capitol. Capitol was out in front early in the game. Dennis Doerr scored twice on passes from John Harris and Dan Fichtner. Each time, N.E. came from behind and brought the game to a 2:2 score by half time. The lead changed hands twice during the second half. Capitol came from behind three times to even the score at 5:5. Dennis Doerr scored all 3; 2 on 12-yd. penalty kicks and the 3rd on a pass from John Harris. Then Capitol moved out ahead 6:5 when John scored on a pass from Dennis with 10 minutes remaining. Both teams pressed hard in the closing minutes and N.E. managed 2 m...
Intramural Softball Schedule [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
Intramural Softball Schedule WED-APRIL 24: Home Team Visitors 6:00 p.m. - Field A The Digesters vs Dinah Moe Humms 6:00 p.m, - Field B Happy Acres vs The Untouchables 7:00 p.m. - Field A The Brotherhood vs Bender Bors. 7:00 p.m. - Field B Crimson Tide vs The Squirrels 8:00 p.m. - Field A HotTomalies vs Ball Busters 9:00 p.m. - Field A X.G.I.'s vs Foul Balls THURS. - APRIL 25: No Games - Soccer Game @> 7:30 p.m. (Lancaster Bible School.) MON -APRIL 29: 6:00 p.m. - Field A Fac/Staff Mitts vs NADS 6:00 p.m. - Field B Happy Acres vs Foul BAIIs 7:00 p.m. - Field A The Bears vs Wnipper ,nn 7:00 p.m. - Field B Ball Busters vs The Squirrels 8:00 p.m. - Field A The Brotherhood vs I.T.E. 9:00 p.m. - Field A A |pna Omega vs Columbeanies TUES-APRIL 30: 6:00 p.m. - Field A Crimson Tide vs Dinah Moe Humms 6:00 p.m. - Field B X.G.I.'s vs Fac/Staff Mitts 7:00 p.m. - Field A NADS vs The Untouchables 7:00 p.m. - Field B The Squirrels vs Hot Tomalies 8:00 p.m. - Field A I.T.E. vs The Di...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
SOCCER TEAM - FALL 1973 Front Row, L to R: Bob Lawler, Ken Albert, Dennis Doerr, Armand Magnelli, Tom Peterman, Pat Byrne, Dan Fichtner, Randy Hess. Back Row L to R: Ennio Trent, Doug Weirich, Andy Koval, Albert Burlikowski, Mike Ayyoub, Mike Nonnemacher, Bill Davies, Barry Deacon, John Harris, Larry Lingenfelter, Mike Burkholder, Harold Myers and Prof. Ed. Trunk, Coach. * * * *
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 25 April 1974
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Reader Spotlights ART EXHIBIT [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
Reader Spotlights ART EXHIBIT Messrs. Jerry Miss and Rob Reeps are presently exhibiting in the Gallery/Lounge at Capitol Campus, Penn State University. Both artists recently participated in a young artist group show at Capitol Campus which was a collection of drawings, prints, paintings, sculptures and constructions. ED. NOTE: Anyone wishing to review this exhibit is welcome to submit there view to the Reader in W104. * * * *
siriiiuii iir liui ii wuiimtii. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
siriiiuii iir liui ii wuiimtii. Dr«od details on a dr«ary d*mo by Doug Gibboney Friday, April 26 is a fine Spring day in our nation's capitol, and dozens of camera-toting tourists mill about the white marble shrines of the city's southwest quarters. The Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument and Smithsonian Institute draw big crowds but, before its noon closing, the White House is the most popular. The visitors, mostly sun-glassed refugees of the silent majority, wrap themselves alongside the iron fence that circles the Presidential mansion, in anticipation of being escorted through the outer fringes of the inner sactum of glory. A few hundred yards away another crowd gathers, about a half dozen long-haired kids dressed in various types of motley. Next to (hem is an oblong thing, made of wood and wire and wrapped in black plastic. Occassionally some of the tourists wander across the Ellipse to ask what it is all abut. They explain they are Yippies and they are watching Nixon th...
AVIATION DAY MAY 15 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
AVIATION DAY MAY 15 by Jim Bollinger For those of you on campus unenlightened on the subject, thera is presently an Aviation Club on campus being run under the auspices of Mr. Lee H. Pugh. Furthermore, the Club is sponsoring an Aviation Day for Capitol Campus on Wednesday, May IB, 1974, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. In order to enlighten myself and the rest of the campus as to their existence and activities, I interviewed their fearless leader, Mr. Pugh. Mr. Pugh, an electrical engineering instructor, has a passionate interest in flying, and last Fall term, he decided to put it to good use by forming an Aviation Club. There was one such other club on campus in 1970, but it apparently fell victim to Capitol's traditional chronic apathy and just faded out. Mr. Pugh approached his pet project with vigor and hope. The culmination of his organizational energies was a first meeting in which 25 people (a major turnout for Capitol) showed up for the club's inaugural run. His first project...
IIIIIHIK Till [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
IIIIIHIK Till A guided tour of picturesque Harrisburg is being conducted by Dr. Irwin Richman, Social Science, and Professor Ambrose Klain, Regional Planning. Dr. Richman will guide the participants through the landmarks of Harrisburg and Professor Klain will relate to urban issues. The date is Saturday, June 1, 1974. The group will meet at 9 a.m. at the corner of Second Street and Holiday Inn Town, downtown Harrisburg. The tour should be completed by 11:30 a.m. Ample parking is available, free of charge, on the City Island, (enter the Island via the Market Street Bridge) Plan to attend a lunch after the tour. Bring you family and friends, there is no cost, it's free. For more information contact John Stiehler, 819B Weaver Avenue, Middletown, 944-0843. * * * *
COME ONE - GOME ALL [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
COME ONE - GOME ALL A VMV of Tnrio MUt MMM from tilt sir. To promote interest in the club on Campus, Mr. Pugh & Co. have devised Aviation Day. On May 15, from 10 in the morning until 3 in the afternoon, there will be a number of interesting activities taking place. Two of the major activities will come at no charge to the student, while two other major events will cost you a very minimal fee. The two freebies are: 1. Tours of the air traffic control tower at nearby Harrisburg International Airport. 2. Tours of a DC-8 airliner (provided by Pegasus Travel Agency). There will be a shuttle running from the campus to the airport for the events. The events which tap your wallet are: 1. Airplane rides around the local Middletown area. The entire metro-Harrisburg area should be visible from the air. The actual range of the rides will depend largely on where Hbg. International says the plane can go. Mr. Pugh urges participants to bring their cameras. The rides will be fairly lo...
RECREATION -ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
RECREATION -ATHLETICS Building Hours Effective immediately, the Base Gym hours for Wednesdays will be from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. The gym will not open at 2 p.m. on Wednesdays for the duration of the Spring Term. ALSO: The Recreation/ Athletics Building and the Base Gym will be closed Saturday & Sunday, May 18 and 19 for the Music Festival.
Golf Team [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
Golf Team The April showers have been quite a deterent to the Capitol Campus Golf Team. Even practice sessions have been rained out; however, they are trying. Their first 3 opening matches were all played at York, Pa. Monday, April 22 the golf team went to York for a tri-match with Salisbury and York College, but were unable to come up with a win in this competition.
Student Golfing [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
Student Golfing The student golfing rates for Sunset Golf Course will be in effect during the Spring Term. All students wishing to take advantage of this reduced rate must stop by the Recreation/ Athletics Building to pick up an authorization card. The special rate will not be given without it!
Baseball [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
Baseball The Capitol Campus baseball team scored another victory Saturday, April 20 when they defeated the Air National Guard with a score 11 to 8. Dennis Hallman was the starting pitcher. The game was clinched with a grand slam by Barry Bauer and the effective relief pitching of Paul Wills. Pitcher Dennis Hlavaty ended the game with a save. • • • •
Reader Editorials [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
Reader Editorials A small minority rules & governs the majority! by J. P. Reily For a long time now students have constantly complained that Mr. Paul, Chief of Security, has been unfair in his treatment of the students at our campus. He is well known for writing violations and issueing citations. In that sense he can't be critized for inefficiency because he's doing his job. However, those yelling and complaining the loudest are those in violation of rules and regulations. If Mr. Paul or any other security man is wrong in enforcing the rules, I think its about time for some people to go back to kindergarten, because they missed something along the way. In an attempt to put a halt to Mr. Paul's actions, a group was formed to limit or restrict his duties. If he could become the "Coordinator of Security Operations," then he wouldn'f be on the road and wouldn't see all the violations he's suppose to c .rlook. To make their pleas heard, a special handpicked delegation, St...
"Penn Staters On The Move"IS OUT! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 2 May 1974
"Penn Staters On The Move"IS OUT! by John B. Langdon The Press Association of Commonwealth Campuses (PACC) recently sent approximately 1500 copies of their magazine, "Penn Staters On The Move," to Capitol Campus. Designed to be a supplement Pennsylvania State University's 19 branch campus newspapers, the magazine does not have a place at Capitol Campus. More importantly, "Penn Staters On The Move" is primarily a public relations effort beseeching college students to apply or transfer to University Park. The fact that the PCAA sent such a publication to Capitol Campus is an insult, perhaps inadvertantly directed at this campus. A similar action would be sending an Army colonel a dozen pamphlets and letters requesting his service in the military. The students at Capitol Campus do not need to be sold on the size or greatness of University Park. They have their own campus and have been inundated with more than enough Penn State paper. In addition, Capitol is not a PSU branch campu...