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POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy, Luanne and Dr. X Hickory, dickory, dock Two mice ran up the clock The clock struck one—The other got away! Festival fans, please note: Sleeping bags are no fun-you have to wake them up. There is a young man named Paul Whose tickets most people appall So they got a machine All nice and clean And gave Mr. Paul a real ball! Indy recruiters are following the prize antics of Dean "Crash" South. Festival fritter clean-up was really Grimm—eh, John? Speaking of Twyla and Lenny: visiting the sick and burying the dead are corporal works of mercy. Fashions in dunking machine wear: Dark blue sweat shirt (with appropriate apPOINTments) over dark blue shorts...Pink bathing cap highlighting a green-on-brown ensemble...blue denim jeans and a wet sweat shirt...and one G.D. polka dot bathing suit. (Editor's Note: G.D. stands for greatly distorted.) Tickets to the Junior-Senior Dinner Dance are a collector's item—he's the only one who has bought any. DEADLINE IS THIS FRID...
ROLLER SKATING-WOMEN'S [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
ROLLER SKATING-WOMEN'S MEET PLACE ENTRY TOTAL TEAM POINTS POINTS POINTS POINTS Lil* Studs 52.5 100 25 177.5 X-Rated 13.0 75 25 113.0 DMZ 12.5 50 25 87.5 VJC 3.5 25 25 53.5 Funny Company 2.5 0 25 27.5 ROLLER SKATING-MEN'S MEET PLACE ENTRY TOTAL TEAM POINTS POINTS POINTS POINTS Studs 46.5 100 25 171.5 Brand X 36.0 75 25 136.0 OMZ 14.0 50 25 89.0 X-Rated 0 0 25 25.0 YJC 0 0 25 25.0 VARSITY GOLF RESULTS CAPITOL vs. LEBANON VALLEY LEBANON COUNTRY CLUB-May 14,1971 CAPITOL Pte. LEBANON VALLEY Pts. Barry Lindsay 0 Jerry Frey, 7&5 3 Joe Maschue Vt Bob Roes, 2&1 Th Don Beaner 0 Paul Zahuta, S&4 3 Kevin Michael 0 Tim Trone, 7&5 3 Frank Bruno 0 Virgil Mayer, 6&4 3 Jeff Seaton 1 _ Ken Bickel, 3&1 _2_ Total Vh Total 16%
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF SKI CLUB ROAD RALLY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 May 1971
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF SKI CLUB ROAD RALLY ON MAY 19, 1971 PLACE CAR NO. TYPE DRIVER NAVIGATOR First 8 Toyota G. Roenlgk L. Hallman Second 9 Oodge J. Ebert S. Young Third 10 Falrlane S. Waclo Z. Waclo Fourth 7 Mustang K. Norrls C Jellnek Fifth 5 Chrysler P. Wendlowskl G. Sembrat Sixth 4 Lemans B. Hartman J. Padula Seventh 6 Malibu E. McCartan H. Singer DISQUALIFIED CAR NUMBER TYPE DRIVER NAVIGATOR 1 Maverick D. Podejko E. Mlcell 2 Camaro M. Earley L. Moreschi 3 VW C. Claypool T. Roskwltaiskl
THE MADWOMAN IS COMING! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
THE MADWOMAN IS COMING! THE COUNTESS HAS TEA-And two of her follow madwomen join her (left to right) Thelma Barnett, Doe Perkowska and Samantha Bower. 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 Wetterhall, Dave Keller, ...
Gautreau New HFS Manager [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
Gautreau New HFS Manager Mr. Bernard Resnick, Coordinator of Commonwealth Campuses, Housing and Food Service, has announced the appointment of Mr. Norman Gautreau as Manager, Housing and Food Service for the Capitol Campus. Mr. Gautreau will begin his duties on Monday, June 7, 1971 taking the place of Mr. Blair Hefkin who has been invited to join the food service staff at the University Park campus. By having served in several different types of food service positions, Mr. Gautreau brings to Capitol an indepth knowledge of the food service industry. The new manager comes to us from the University of New Hampshire where he has served as Food Service Supervisor. Prior to this Mr. Gautreau served the University of Toronto with Commercial Caterers, which he joined upon his retirement from the Canadian Air Force as a food service specialist. Mr. Gautreau, who is 40, will shortly be joined by his wife and two teenaged daughters.
New Courses Announced [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
New Courses Announced Two new courses will be offered to interested students during the fall term. The courses will be offered from the Social Science curriculum but should attract interest from all disciplines. The first of these will be Social Science 499A: Hamsburg Urban Term. The enrollment for this course will be limited to 12 students with three course units given to those completing the course. So. Sc. 499A will be "The analysis of urban problems and programs through direct observation of the techniques and mechanisms of city government, interaction with public officials and urban leaders and participation in urban surveys." Weekly seminars will be held with city officials, community leaders, and state and federal government experts in urban affairs, topics will include: Housing code enforcement and urban redevelopment. The political and administrative structure of city government. Intergovernmental relationships (federal, state, suburban municipalities and school dis...
Student Poets Win Awards [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
Student Poets Win Awards Two Capitol Campus students were honored Saturday in the college division of the Keysner Poets Chapter of the Pennsylvania Poetry Society's second annual poetry contest. William R, Bittner Jr., and Michael Blank both received honorable mention in this contest. William Bittner is a junior studying Humanities-philosophy at Capitol. Originally from New Jersey, he attended Harrisburg Area Community College where he published poems in the literary magazine. His poem was titled "The Apple." Michael Blank is also a junior, studying Humanities-literature. Michael is from Philadelphia and he previously attended Community College of Philadelphia. Michael has written many poems, plays and stories. The poetry contest was held in conjunction with the Harrisburg Arts Festival.
The Great Publications Board Hassle [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
The Great Publications Board Hassle EDITORIAL When Lee Nell told me that SGA was considering a Publications Board I was simultaneously shocked and hurt. I felt that my position as editor of the newspaper required my consultation about a matter as important as this. I felt personally hurt because I felt that a Publications Board was an affront against my job as editor this year. A .student^ showed me the constitutional clause which would make this board a reality. It read (paraphrase) that the Board should be composed of senators from the student government. I opposed this board for two reasons: 1) I feel that a Publications Board is a repression of both free speech and free press (which I will discuss later), and 2) I feel that elected senators of SGA are not qualified to judge either the content or the form of the student newspaper. The idea that elected officials are incompetent in judging literary merit or journalism is not a new one. In the seventeenth century, John Mi...
Free Grass in Venderville [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
Free Grass in Venderville by Lee Nell Just one last abuse of editorial freedom to get your attention. Actually the only free grass you'll get is by following the mower around. But what we're offering is almost as good. (Keep reading, Juniors and Seniors.) Next year, Seniors, you can keep up with the unfinished business here at Capitol Campus by subscribing to the CAPITOLIST. That's right. For the low cost of only $1.50 per term (to cover postage and handling, of course) you can get the CAPITOLIST mailed right to your door, tent or cell. And, Juniors, if you are interested in joining the staff—in Editors: reporting and commenting on events next year—let us know. Meet with Tom Hagan and I in the TV lounge at noon today to discuss it further. You know how good the CAPITOLIST was this year, and next year it will be even better. We will be publishing six pages of news, happenings, comment and a few other surprises. If you want to help us in this, let us know. And, Seniors, if y...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
EDITOR: Rosemary Scanlon ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lee Nell Tom Hagan BUSINESS MANAGERS: Richard Marx Roger Hawkins PHOTOGRAPHER: CONTRIBUTORS: Lu Ann Berulis Missy Rotundaro Doug Meda Bill Winkler Torn Ogden Terry Wimmer Dan Durante Chandler Wolf Ton Y McGovern Skio Lewis Charlie Bussison Paul Snyder Cliff Balson EDITORIAL CONSULTANT Jim Benn STAFF OF CAPITOLIST: :
THE LOT DOWN THE HALL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
THE LOT DOWN THE HALL by Tom Ogden Transferring to a new campus, I had no idea what life would be like-yet on the "dorm experience." For those of you who are commuters, or Meaders from the start, or live in the tents in the wasteland, let me describe the nerve-racking ordeal. I'm certain many of youj recall with anticipation the idea of moving into the dorms. This was making us all "college joes" (or Joe-esses, as the girls on second floor Wrisberg, etc., may testify to). The dorm room, especially to those who had never had a room of their own, was to be our own little worlds, complete with billposters, beer bottles and bosomy broads. All of this is true. It is the unanticipated events that I wish to describe here within: the lot down the hall. You know them well. The group that never goes to sleep before three, and keeps you awake too! Sample prank: Hook up one hose to faucet in bathroom. Spray generously down halls and in any open doors. Result: One R.A. trampling down the...
WHERE IS JUSTICE?^ [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
WHERE IS JUSTICE?^ by Skip Lewis Where is Justice? Where does credibility end and trumped up falsification begin? Why is inequality so hard to put to rest? These are questions we all might ask ourselves on different occasions from time to time; but recently they are questions that have come to the forefront in the minds of Leroy Howell, Carol Sims, Chandler Wolf, and of other Black Student Union Members. (HEY! Don't get turned off by the name. Read on.) They have but one problem and but one question. Their problem is one of inequality in terms of percentage of black faculty and students to white faculty and students. Their question is why out of twenty-seven faculty positions open for the academic year starting September 1971, there is only one black professor being offered a contract. This one professor is a man named Gem Kelpen who is being retained to teach and coordinate the Black Studies option. But what of the inequality? the BSU has met off and on with Dr. Heindel, De...
POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy Rotondaro Say this fast five times: Five Fresh Fried Fish. Candy is dandy; but sex won't cause tooth decay. Who's the wildman of 823B Nelson? Why does everyone stand up when President Wimmer enters the room? For Smokers Only: It's not the coughin' that carries you off, It's the coffin they carry you off in. Why does everyone stand up when President Wimmer enters the room? Paper thin walls tell the tales on Delores. To" ALL the men out there: Don't drink anymore beer till the end of the year—take a girl to dinner. Little Jack Homer sat in the comer Eating his brother. REMEMBER: A bird in the hand, really gets kinda messy. Some write for pleasure Some write for fame I just write to sign my name. Mary had a little watch She swallowed it one day. Her mother gave her castor oil to pass the time away. The castor oil it did not work, the time it did not pass. Now when you want to see what time it is you look up Mary's uncle-He has a watch. I want to thank you all...
Sob, Sniff, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
Sob, Sniff, Etc. The Junior class members of the staff of the CAPITOLIST hereby address themselves to the graduating Seniors. As the year ends and you leave us, we might express joy or sorrow, or some other suitable sentiment. In this yearly changing of the guard, we could say that we will miss you in many ways. Or we could say that we are happy to be assuming the status of Seniors. And this is all true. It is also our sincere wish that you may see the just results of your endeavors. We wish you peace, freedom and love. But as the sun sinks slowly in the west, all you really can be sure of is that the CAPITOLIST wishes you the best.
Letters To The Editor: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
Letters To The Editor: Rock Festival Dear Editor: We are very proud that the Harrisburg Rock Festival was acknowledged as a big success and we feel that time out should be taken to let your readers know who were instrumental in helping put this event together At the very top of the list is Dean South of Student Affairs If one person can be singled out for the success of the Rock Festival, it would be Jerry South. His understanding, his direction, his compassion, and his help simply can not go unrewarded without a rousing salute. We are indebted to him. Also Steve Millman, Pat Murphy, and Dr. Grimm were extremely patient and helpful in putting on the event. In case you don't already know, you've got some good friends working for you in student affairs. Please appreciate them as we have learned to already. Hats off also go to Mr. Paul and his handling of the traffic situation. If not for his supervision, there could have been some major parking and traffic problems erupting....
Random Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
Random Notes NOW-2 bedroom, air conditioned, well furnished apartment available for summer sublet (June 15 through August). Located at 1001 N. Spring, Middletown; close to Capitol Campus. Ideal for young couple or several single people. Contact Dr. Colman (W-135) at 787-7732 or 944-1125. All students who plan to return next fall should report to the Academic Services Office during the period-May 26 to June 4—to have pictures made for a new I.D. card to be issued upon their return in the fall. The University is changing to a new style I.D. card with color picture.