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RUSH CAPTURES HORSESHOE CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 May 1971
RUSH CAPTURES HORSESHOE CHAMPIONSHIP by Joe Zalewski The Capitol Campus spring term intramural horseshoe tournament championship was decided on Monday, May 3, as Denny Rush of the Studs defeated Jim Cryder, also of the Studs, by scores of 21-16 and 21-10. Rush played a very consistent game and continued to pile up points which continually forced Cryder into an uphill battle to remain in the game. A total of only 3 ringers were thrown in the entire game as both men tried to place the shoe as close as possible to the stake. Rush was elated over his win; but Cryder was peeved at himself for having an "off" day. Cryder made his way into the semi-finals by virtue of 2 byes. He played "Stretch" Gregorich of the DMZ, last term's champion, in an extremely close match. It was a match in which a total of 12 ringers were made; with 9 of these coming from the skilled arm of Gregorich. His feat can be considered even more impressive because of the strain both men had to play under due to...
INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL SCORING SUMMARY DMZ vs. JUNK [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 May 1971
INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL SCORING SUMMARY DMZ vs. JUNK Shutout softball was the word for the intramural softball "Game of the Week", played Tuesday, April 27, between the Junk and the DMZ's held the Junk to zero runs for 6' of the 7 innings. Excellent defensive play by Rover Ed Gregorich, Left Fielder Hank Creasey and First Baseman Jeff Seaton, of the DMZ's, helped contain the Junk scoring attack. Ed Gregorich, Rock Shamenek and Don Hossler led the hitting attack of the DMZ's. Hit and run softball was played at its finest as Brian Newman and Jeff Seaton continually poked hits behind advancing runners. The Junk scoring punch was carried by Kerry Weiner, Bob Bell and Harvey Brown, each collecting two hits apiece. The Junk scoring threat became a reality in the top of the 7th inning as Paul Wendlowski led off with a hit, followed by Ron Young. The hits just kept on coming as Harvey Brown and Bob Bell collected the first Junk RBI's of the game. Two successive defensive plays by DMZ Br...
TENNIS SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 May 1971
TENNIS SCHEDULE ShippensburgTJollege, May 4 , 2:00 p.m., Away; Schuykill Campus, May 5, 3:00 p.m., Home; Schuykill Campus, May 12, 3:00 pjn., Away; Millersville State College Junior Varsity, May 19, 3:00 p.m., Home and Altoona Campus, May 26, 1:30 pjn., Away.
BASKETBALL "21" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 May 1971
BASKETBALL "21" 1) Winner-best 2 of 3 games. 2) Choice of first/second shot is by the flip-of-a-coin or foul shots. (Best of 5). 3) Winner must end at "21". 4) Persons exceeding 21 points must return to 11 for a restart. Opponents score remains the same. 5) Second shooter has last chance to "tie" the game. 6) If game is tied at "21 all", play continues until one player is ahead by 2 or more. Note: Rule 5. 7) Player continues to shoot as long as he/she makes both long and short shots. 8) 2 points per shot from foul line—1st shot. 1 point per shot other areas-2nd shot. 9) Second shot must be taken from point of rebound. 10) PLEASE NOTE: Winner must report results of the game to the Recreation/Athletic Building before the deadline is passed.
AWARDS ??! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 May 1971
AWARDS ??! by Thomas Ogden Since this is the year of the awards-the Emmy, the Tony, the Grammy, the Oscar—we have decided to present our own awards for outstanding performances in the preceding terms by members of the Capitol Campus community. The following have been nominated, and each category is followed by the winner in that field: 1. For an outstanding leader among women, the nominees are: ...Ro Scanlon, as editor of THECAPITOLIST ...Ro Scanlon, as editor of THECAPITOLIST And the winner is...Ro Scanlon. After all, we did want this article to be printed. 2. For an outstanding leader among men, the nominees are: ...Lee Levan, as President of the S.G.A. ...Mike Blank (He's everywhere! He's everywhere!) ...Director Herpel And the winner is...Director Herpel. Well, he IS Director. Accepting the award for Director Herpel will be the new Provost. 3. For an outstanding hang-out for students, the nominees are: ...the Student Center ...the Peace Statue, Classroom Building ...Olms...
POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 12 May 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy, Luann and Steve Say this real fast three times: Reactionary Right Wing Redneck. Did Mr. Millman find the man with the wooden leg? Who is the Scandinavian Geographer? Contrary to popular beliefs, Howdy Doody isn't a speed freak. When you can't be choosey about your school lunch, make sure you have Pepto-Bismol for desert. What's that big secret Russ? The Junior-Senior Ball is coming? Did Harvey Brown ever find out who the hell Dean South is? The Applicant by Sylvia Plath First, are you our sort of person? Do you wear A glass eye, false teeth or a cruth, A brace or a hook, Rubber breasts or a rubber crotch, Stitches to show something's missing? No, No? Then how can we give you a thing? History Scrapbook: On this day three years ago, Wally Wangwaller made an unsuccessful attempt to eat four straight lunches in Venderville and died from a swollen zorch. The autopsy also found a drek in his gederis. On this day one year ago, Mr. Paul applied for his present jo...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
HARRISBURG ROCK FESTIVAL—Sunshine, Music, and Goodpeople combined to make Sunday a beautiful day!! OnBehalfoftheCampusandCommunity,TheCapitalistWishestothank:GoodPeopleProductions Howie Weitz &AJm Don Lewis Mike Beckner I Mike Bauer Head Shop SMeit Marshalls Concession People Announcers Big City Music Band SoBnd Tectaicians Skades 0f Doubt Locust Grove "t^^T Wilto" ¦¦ Part Student Affairs c. t M Molly McGuires ... m _ September Morn The lesos People Straight Lace • .. • . Shanghai Social Committee Organ Grinders ,,, F a||| Russ Rwka|||h t u Emmie Loo Harris Hard Times Annie Ferrino and the beautiful, beautiful Audience! Thanks To Goodpeople Productions and the Harrisburg Rock Festival Capitol Campus finally may be getting it together.
81% IN II POLL RESPOND NE6ITIVELY TO NIXON [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
81% IN II POLL RESPOND NE6ITIVELY TO NIXON EDITORIAL According to a survey conducted by the Pennsylvania Collegiate Press Association of Pennsylvania's collegiate newspaper editors between March 24th and April 26th, 81% of the editors surveyed indicated that the job President Nixon was doing was either fair (39%) or poor (42%). In addition when asked to rate the job Congress lias done in the last year 79% of the editors responded Congress was doing either a fair (56%) or poor (23%) job. Regarding Nixon's performance the editors responses to six more specific problem areas provided further evidence of an overall negative evaluation of the administration. Nixon's handling of the problem of race relations produced the poorest response from the college editors with 48% of the students giving the president a poor and 38% a fair rating. Eighty-four per cent of the editors disapproved of Nixon's dealings with the problem of poverty and 81% with his performance in the area of poll...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
EDITOR: Rosemary Scanion ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lee Nell Tom Hagan BUSINESS MANAGERS: Richard Marx Roger Hawkins PHOTOGRAPHER: CONTRIBUTORS: Lu Ann Berulis Missy Rotundaro Doug Megla Bill Winkler Tom Ogden Terry Wimmer Dan Durante Chandler Wolf Tony1 McGqyern Skip Lewis Charlie Bussison Paul Snyder Cliff Balson EDITORIAL CONSULTANT Jim Benn STAFFOFCIPITOLIST::
Now, Now, Dr. Jacob [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
Now, Now, Dr. Jacob by Lee Nell At the outset of this perhaps I should explain that I do not pretend to be completely objective—after all, how many of us can be. Mr. Ogden has, from time to time, contributed articles to the CAPITOLIST, but I do not know him personally. So I do not feel that I must defend him. At the same time, I must confess that the library and/or its staff has always treated me fairly and with relative expediency. Nor do I possess the pleasure of knowing Dr. Jacob personally. So up until now, I have had no reason to remark on the library—or on its chief. But now I should like to take this opportunity to respond to Dr. Jacob's letter which appeared in the CAPITOLIST on May 19. First, Dr. Jacob refers to Ogden's letter (of a previous issue) as "marginally literate." Since I had no trouble in deciphering it, am I to assume that I am marginally literate, too? Or is something else being compounded with puerility in this case? And befuddled syntax! How sinful!...
Dean's Committee On Student Affairs [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
Dean's Committee On Student Affairs by Ann Topper Present: G. Gold, Dean Grimm, J. Powell, A. Topper, T. Wimmer (guest). 1. The committee heard a report from Dean Grimm regarding residence hall improvements which will be completed over the summer months. It was noted that carpeting will be installed in all residence hall corridors; drapes will be hung in all rooms and soundproofing of lockers will be completed before the beginning of the Fall Term 1971. 2. It was noted that Miss Kathleen King has accepted the position, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs-Residence Programs and will begin her duties on August 1, 1971. Committee recommended that a news story regarding Miss King's appointment, be placed in the CAPITOLIST before the end of the Spring Term 1971, 3. The committee discussed its relationship with the Student Senate and other student organizations. The committee will act as intermediary and coordinator between the Student Affairs office and the student body and will ex...
Carnival: A Semi — Success [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
Carnival: A Semi — Success by Lee Nell On Friday and Saturday, May 21 and 22, the annual Capitol Campus Carnival brought people from Campus and Community to the Olmstead Plaza for all kinds of fun and games. The Carnival was organized by the XGI's and ran Friday night and Saturday. The patrons could be seen at the dunking booth, basketball throw, the gaming wheel, the food booths, the cat game, the bingo board, the can smash or buying candles. Unfortunately for the social committee, not too many of the people were riding the rides. The rides were guaranteed $1,200 for their services. The intake, however was only $396. So the social committee will have to make up the difference from their own funds. The other groups fared a bit better. Net profit figures are not yet available, and some of the gross figures are not either at this time. But the list of gross income for those reporting is as follows: XGI, food, $265.35; SGA, $39.70; Business Club, $58.10; RSC, $82.30; XAE, Dunki...
The Harrisburg Rock Festival ALL GOOD PEOPLE! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
The Harrisburg Rock Festival ALL GOOD PEOPLE! nm)*KV ••a%3, -'*®r * - FESTIVE GBOUNDS L °TS °^ulc!/^^ ^5^^^ ^1"*%I* *« *• BIG CITY MUSIC BAND by Tom Hagan It's all over for this year. 1 There were thousands of ] sunburned faces and bodies, showing that the weather couldn't have been better. Trash, consisting of empty wine bottles, beer cans, half eaten sandwiches, stale cookies, etc., were piled in front of the Ad Building, proving that many people left with full bellies and drunk heads. If you looked hard enough, you could have discovered roaches (not the insect) hidden in the grass, indications of other kinds of highs having been experienced, other than the alcoholic variety. How do you begin to tell what the Second Annual Harrisburg Rock Festival was really like, then? It can't be shown by the leftover debris; only being there could have told it best. The people were the real story. First, there was the music. Unfortunately, my memory fails me, so I couldn't lis...
BICYCLE DERBY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
BICYCLE DERBY — s5/=»o«rzs- by Joe Zalewski Temperatures in the 90's and sunny, cloudless skies greeted the 9 male racers for the Intramural Bicycle Derby. The race course covered a total of 6.75 miles (15 laps). A LeMans start was used to get the race underway. All racers started near the volleyball net on Nelson Avenue, continued down Nelson, up Jones, down Kirtland, and then back around Nelson. A wide variety of bikes were used in the derby; including three 10 speed racers, various styles of 3 and 5 speed bikes, and even an old heavyweight bike equipped with horn and basket. Mike Kilgallon drew the pole position for the start, but as it turned out, that was to be the closest he ever came to first place. Les Blum of the Raiders, the pre-racc favorite, was last out of the start but quickly recovered and took the lead at the corner of Jones and Kirtland. His lead was never challenged. The first casualty of the race occurred during the second lap, as Karl Grozinski's 10 spe...
TROJAN HEADER [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
TROJAN HEADER by Carl "Sunt" Grozinski Den "Buker" McKernan Tom "Crazy Cat" Coligan As the Trojans finish a victorious (7-1) season with a display of team work, the lubricated Trojans snatched a double header. The first game saw the pitcher Jim "Jakio" Jeitner give up 1 run as the lubricated Trojans scored 16 times. The first five Trojan batters came-across with base hits. The big sticks were "Baby-Face" Roberts, "Sunt" Grozinski, "Gramps" Mercantile, and "Red-Neck" Herety, all hitting 4 for 5. Homeruns were hit by Herety, and Kelly. The defensive standout who is up and coming is Skip Lewis. X-Rated was also there led by "Babe Ruth" Stanley, going 0 for 4. In the second game Tony "Shirt" Berardi and "Switch Hitting" Rossi, led the Team to 9 runs. However, they fell 14 runs short of victory. Although on the injured list Ralph "Ego" Weinstein, sparked the hitting with two double baggers. The defensive standouts was led by Tom "Crazy Cat" Coligan, who climaxed the sixth inning ...
ALUMNI MEMBERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
ALUMNI MEMBERSHIP In about one month's time the membership of the Capitol Campus Alumni Association will be increased from its present membership of 777 to approximately 1,300. It is to be hoped that the infusion of new blood will restore life to what has been a somewhat moribund organization. As a further assurance of new strength in the old body, the constitution of the Capitol Campus Alumni Association provides that four new directors will be added on an annual basis from the current crop of graduates. The procedure for the election of the new directors will be defined in a subsequent paragraph. The diploma that will be received at the time of graduation stipulates that it was earned at The Pennsylvania State University rather than at the Capitol Campus. As graduates of The Pennsylvania State University you are eligible for membership in the Penn State Alumni Association, and membership in that august body is a prerequisite for membership in the Capitol Campus Alumni Asso...
An Evening Of Competition And Fun At Second Annual Rollerama [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
An Evening Of Competition And Fun At Second Annual Rollerama by Marc Joseph The second annual intramural .roller skating evening took place on May 11, at the Gold Skate Rink on Route 230 east of Middletown. The teams represented in intramural competition were the Studs, Brand X and DMZ for the men and the Little Studs, X-Rated, DMZ, YJCers and the Funny Co. sported the female entries. Besides the team competition the rink was filled with students who wanted to skate for fun and cheer their favorite team to victory in the various events. Along with the fact that skating is an enjoyable sport it should be mentioned that the first one hundred students were admitted free and the late comers were charged a minimal entrance fee. After a few moments of warm-up skating, the first competitive event took place. The first event was the 3-lap individual race. In the men's competition the results were a first place for Harry Voglesong of the Studs, second place to Chuck Stefanic of the D...