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CAPITOL HOSTS FAMED TENOR [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
CAPITOL HOSTS FAMED TENOR by Gary Wetterhall and Ro Scanlon Music lovers at Capitol Campus enjoyed a rare treat Monday night as world reknowned tenor William Lewis enthralled a capacity crowd with a repetoire of art songs and operatic arias. The music of such great composers as Handel, Liszt, and von Weber was very well-paired with the incredibly beautiful voice of Mr. Lewis. The program opened with a selection from Handel's "Judas Maccabaeus" followed by a moving series of Franz Liszt's art songs. An enthusiastic audience then thrilled to the "Durch die Waelder" from von Weber's "Der Freischeutz". After a Poulenc song cycle, and selections by William Klenz, Mr. Lewis closed with "Leve-toi Soleil" from Romeo and Juliet by Gounod. But the audience wouldn't let Mr. Lewis leave so easily. They applauded until he and Barbara Garges, his accomplished pianist, reappeared onstage for an encore. Afterward, Mr. Lewis graciously met with students and friends at a coffee hour reception...
CONCERN, INC. ECO TIPS No. 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
CONCERN, INC. ECO TIPS No. 2 1971 Cars 1. Use 91-octane unleaded gas. Most 1971 American cars are being made to use 91-octane fuel. Consult your dealer or manufacturer if in doubt. 2. If unleaded gas is not available, use 91-octane low-lead gas. 02 gram lead per gallon). Pre-1971 Cars 1. Some pre-1971 cars can use 91-octane unleaded fuel. Learn the octane and lead requirements of your car from your automobile dealer or by writing the manufacturer. 2. If your car does need some lead, use LOW LEAD GASOLINE of the LOWEST OCTANE LEVEL on which your car can run without knocking. Try 91-octane first. 3. If you have a car with a very powerful engine, you may need a higher octane fuel. Try 94-octane unleaded or low-lead first. If your car knocks, try a slightly higher octane level. BUT ALWAYS USE THE LOWEST OCTANE, LOWEST LEAD FUEL THAT KEEPS YOUR CAR FROM KNOCKING. If you find your car needs premium (100-octane) fuel, use premium unleaded gas. The octane level of this fuel has been...
New Senators in SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
New Senators in SGA At the first SGA meeting of the new term, April 7th, President Levan placed before the Senate the names of three Seniors to fill the vacancies of the previous term. Mr. Levan submitted the names of these seniors after carefully scanning their interest and qualifications for the respective positions. The vacancies were in the Humanities and Social Science curriculum, and one Senior was also needed to fill the position of Senator at Large. Normally, because of the number of vacancies, an election would be required, however the Senate made an exception in this case and gave Lee Levan the power to appoint, provided he secured a 2/3 majority of their vote. Lee nominated Missy D'AIessandro to fill the vacant position of Senior Humanities Senator. A discussion followed and Miss D'AIessandro was approved by the Senate. Missy is a member of the All University Council and Manager of the Meade Heights Coffee House. Lee then nominated Alan Gallagher to fill the vacan...
Game of the Week [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
Game of the Week ^S/^o&rzs by Don Hossler Last week's intramural softball "game of the week" was on Monday, April 19 and pitted the DEE GEES against the DMZ. The DMZ's notched their first win of the season by rapping 20 hits to beat the DEE GEES 25-9. The DMZ's started scoring in the second inning when Ed Gregorich led off with a double, and the hits just kept coming as the DMZ scored 8 runs, in the second inning. Substitute DMZ Ron Riberich slammed a double and triple in two appearances at the plate to keep the DMZ rolling, in the late innings. The DMZ's fielded well, committing only 3 errors, while the DEE GEES accumulated 9 fielding flaws. The game was highlighted by an over the fence double by Rock Shamenek of the DMZ and two homeruns by DEE GEE Jim Fiorito. In a post-game interview, Fiorito said his "loss of 15 pounds" since the 1970 season is probably the key in his power hitting. DMZ pitcher Don Hossler was at a loss for words to explain the homers, other th...
ARTICLES FOR PUBLICATION [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
ARTICLES FOR PUBLICATION Points and credit will be awarded toward the All-Sports Trophy for persons submitting articles for publication in the Capitolist. Articles must be submitted under the regulations stated below to receive credit. Regulations: 1. All articles will be printed if space provides. The Capitolist Editor and Recreation/Athletic Coordinator will select articles if too many are submitted for publication. 2. Articles must be typed, double-spaced, and approximately two pages in length for 25 points (Sample A). One page would receive 15 points if article is published (Sample B). 3. Your name and telephone number must accompany each article. 4. Submit completed work to the Recreation/Athletic Building. 5. Thursday noon of each week is the deadline. 6. Subject matter may consist of any topic relating to the intramural program. You may do a story on a softball game: golf clinic; horseshoe tournament; weight-lifting; or a summary of football games not covered. 7. Box ...
6PQRT6W0nTv [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
6PQRT6W0nTv Don't forget the golf clinic at 5:00 pjn. at the Athletic Building on May 1. Mr. George Dressier, golf coach, will lead the clinic. Dead line for billiards entries is Monday, May 4. Anyone interested in writing sports stories (varsity or intramurals) see Bob Stanley in the Athletic, Building. Congratulations to the DMZ's, All-Sports winners for the Winter term. Condolences to John Mirchich. John broke his leg, sliding into second base at a recent intramural softball game.
QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
QUESTIONS Is there any truth to the rumor that several students of Capitol Campus played contemporary versions of Johnny Appleseed on Fertility Day? Why can't we have a subway system between the Residence Halls, Meade Heights and the Administration Building? Will Fruehauf and Capitol Campus consolidate? Does anyone know the identity of Dr. Heindel's tailor? Does the proper pronunciation of the sexual organs really help to understand Human Sexuality better? What happened to the Studs' rock garden? Will Dr. Starkey ever reveal herl.Q.? Will Professor Klain ever get a new coffee cup? Does WZAP really exist? Will Terry Wimmer keep everybody hanging in suspense by delaying the announcement of his candidacy? Is it true that the Dining Hall's answer to the population problem is their food? Is it true that the Dining Hall's answer to the pollution problem is to recycle its ice cubes? Who the hell are the roof-walkers of Meade Heights? Am I this desperate for an idea for an article f...
Cinema Today [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
Cinema Today by Roger L. Hawkins There was one time when the motion picture industry was afraid to show the harsh realities of life. But today, the industry doesn't give a second thought to portraying everyday experiences. The time has come when we, the audience, see such things as prostitution, nudity, masochism, drugs, and profanity openly displayed in the cinema. Even ten years ago, a producer would have been reluctant to present something like "Boys in the Band" or "Therese and Isabella". The change of attitudes in the cinema today can be contributed to the change in moral standards. People now are willing to accept the realities and not just the romanticized versions of life. Too often movies create an abstract idealistic picture of things instead of the everyday problems. At last it can be said that movies have come down from their ivory towers and into the practicalities. Movies today are not only controversial but they try to present the common man and his problems...
POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy and Luann Lock for humor in the serious, joy in the sad. Fight Hair Pollution. The Capitol Campus Carnival will be held at Olmstead Plaza May 21 and 22. The XGI Frat is coordinating the carnival so it should really be something else. We are now interviewing candidates for the deflowering of John Sabol. All interested persons please contact Miss Mary Jane Lovelick at 944-3473. What does Lee say to Sharon? A-More-Amour-Amour. You will soon be asked to elect a new SGA. If you were one of "those" who complained all year about an "incompetent SGA," think about who YOU voted for and why YOU did so. THINK about it, and before you vote, THINK AGAIN. Choose wisely, and next year you won't have to be one of "those" complainers. Engagement: An urge on the verge of a merge. She likes a man for what he is, Whether he's handsome or not, But when she chooses herself a mate, Twill be for what he's got. Last Saturday a skating banquet was held at the Gold Skate and the fir...
ENVIRONMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 April 1971
ENVIRONMENT by Barbara Emrich Environmental pollution is a lot like the weather...everybody talks about it, but nobody does anything about it!! Perhaps that's the case in much of the Harrisburg area, but a group of Penn State Capitol Campus students spearheaded a drive to prevent one phase of environmental pollution through bottle and glass recycling. No-deposit, no-return bottles can be crushed and melted down to use again in the manufacturing of glass. The Capitol Campus students searched the area and found a scrap dealer in Marietta who will buy bottles. He then crushes them and sells the crushed material to glass manufacturers in New Jersey. The next step was to find a civic organization to carry out the project. Boy Scouts Troop 101, sponsored by St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Middletown will handle collection and delivery of the bottles to the Marietta dealer. The Scouts are under the direction of Mr. Arthur Bennage and Pastor Gieb. The Capitol Campus group would like ...
THE MADWOMAN IS COMING! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 May 1971
THE MADWOMAN IS COMING! On June 7 and 8, 1971 the curtain will rise in the Classroom Building Auditorium on the second student theatrical production of the year, Jean Giraudoux' "The Madwoman of Chaillot". This farcical madcap, to be produced by the Humanities 499B Class, will be directed by Mr. Budney with assistance from student director, Ned Irish. Leading the cast will be the able Mrs. Thelma Barnett, cast as Countess Aurelia, the Madwoman. She is joined by three fellow madwomen played by Doe Perkowska, Samantha Bower and Ann Ferrino. Notable male roles are Thomas Ogden (President), John Livi (Ragpicker) and Ed Hoffman (Prospector) and Michael Zimmerman (Pierre). A supporting cast includes Jerry Till, Flossie Jancsar, Richard Schroth, Suzanne Jordan, Lynn Mastrone, Mike Blank, Sandy Simpson, Ron Haag, Joe Luciani, Gary Wetterhafi, Dave Keller, Ned Irish and Millie Royer. - The play, produced on Broadway and revived as the musical "Dear World", centers about the plot of i...
S. G. A. ELECTIONS - May 11 ! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 May 1971
S. G. A. ELECTIONS - May 11 ! by Roger L. Hawkins On Tuesday, May 11, Capitol Campus will hold its election for SGA members and officers. Each student is permitted to vote for one senator from his curriculum and as many other senators as are allowed by the number of senators-at-large that will represent his class. Students must present their I.D. cards as proof of eligibility to vote. The following is a list of the offices and the candidates for each office: President/Vice-President: Oscar Douglas, Social Science/Patricia Williams, Elementary Education; Stephen Wesley, Business/Gary Gold, Business; Terry Wimnicr, Social Science/Caddy Labar, Engineering. Treasurer: Daniel Ekberg, Business; Russ Matthews, Business. Reporting Secretary: Victoria Ward, Elementary Education. Social Science Senator: Harvey Brown, So. Sc; Scott Davis, So. Sc; Len Thompson, So. Sc. Business Senator: Mike Ferrazzano, Business; Jerry Sea len. Business. It is important that I indicate to the readers th...
AROUND THE CAMPUS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 May 1971
AROUND THE CAMPUS Student Involvement In response to the results of the Student Power Referendum, the Committee for Student Involvement has formulated a proposal consisting of three recommendations. 1. That a Community Council (at Capitol Campus) be established. The Council would be comprised of an equal number of representatives from the faculty, students and administration, with each member's vote carrying the same weight. The function of the Council would be to vote on those decisions which affect, directly or indirectly the student body. 2. That Housing and Food Service would be under the jurisdiction of Capitol Campus not University Park. 3. That students be included as decision makers not advisors on the committee selecting the Provost of Capitol Campus. Copies of this proposal are being submitted to members of the SGA, faculty and administration of Capitol, the Board of Trustees at University Park, and President Oswald. Copies for the students are available at the Rou...
HELP WZAP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 May 1971
HELP WZAP WZAP was scheduled to go on the air on April 19 but the console went haywire on the previous Saturday. I am now looking for someone who can take the console back to Low Power Broadcast Company in Fraser, Pa., so it can be repaired and the station can go on the air. This is what is holding up the station from broadcasting. If you are going by Fraser, Pa. please let me know so that you can take the console down with you and help this problem perplexed station. Contact me, John Musto, at 944-4232 anytime. Please help YOUR Radio Station. P.S. LPB will not fix the console if it is sent by mail. John A. Musto Station Manager
Tutors Needed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 May 1971
Tutors Needed Can you give two hours of your time for those in need? The Tutoring Program for students in Middletown is held every Monday evening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Community Youth Center, adjacent to Saint Michael's Episcopal Church, Middletown. For more information contact Richard Bush 944-5723.
"THE POST OF PROVOST" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 May 1971
"THE POST OF PROVOST" Dear President Oswald: I am writing to express my concern about the recently proposed post of Provost at the Capitol Campus. There are two aspects which 1 believe necessitate my comment. First, I am concerned that students at Capitol are effectively involved in the search process for candidates for the position. In view of your April 5th statement on principles regarding student participation in the academic affairs of the University and in light of your long standing policy of encouraging student participation in matters which affect them, and in speaking to our Director, Mr. Coleman Herpel, I am of the opinion that you will insist that students shall be effectively involved. Actual performance will demonstrate the accuracy of my opinion. Second, I believe much of my, and other interested students, concern about student involvement in the matter could have been avoided if the intent of your action had been announced to the Capitol Campus community at t...