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Decisive victory ends basketball season [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 February 1984
Decisive victory ends basketball season By Angelo Vecchio The Capitol Lions closed out their regular season with a 9 to 14 record by upsetting Misericordia College 80 to 65. According to Head Coach Charlie Bowen, the team's allaround play has been much better in 1984. "There's no doubt we played an all-around better game since break. We picked up two new players, Bill Styche and John Thomas, who have helped us tremendously. Styche has turned out to be the 'quarterback' of our team. We've cut down on turnovers from twenty-four to eighteen a game." Coach Bowen also praised several other players for dedication and subsequent improvement in their game. "I don't like to point anybody out; it's a team effort. But first of all, I have to credit the seniors for their improved play. "Players such as Bob Zalno, who only played eight games for us last year but has come back this year to make a real difference in our team. If we didn't have him,...
Bowlers end season [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 February 1984
Bowlers end season By Angelo Vecchio The Capitol Campus bowling team recently completed its 1983-84 regular season, with a record of four wins and seven losses. The team will now conpete in two tournaments: February 17 at Maryland University, and March 3 at ABC East in Harrisburg, Capitol's home lanes. An unusual statistic emerged during the season. The bowlers' record at ABC East was four wins and two losses; but away, they lost all five matches According to team co-captain Tony Miles, "We experienced ectremely tough lane conditions on most of our away matches. Bloomsburg had pretty predictable lanes, but the other away matches were really tough. Our home lanes at ABC East in Harrisburg had the fairest shot of any lanes I bowled on this season." It was an up-and-down season, as our bowlers ended up losing two out of two matches after break. This may have been due, in part, to the departure of three of the team's bowlers. Several ind...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 February 1984
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Student sports interest revitalized at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 February 1984
Student sports interest revitalized at Capitol By Angelo Vecchio "Something good is happening." Those were the words of Ed Beck, a member of the publicity committee for the recently-formed Capitol Campus Athletic Association. Beck was referring to the revitalized student interest in sports at this campus. Student interest in varsity competition has come alive, as evidenced by increased attendance at intercollegiate events. And the crowds have been quite enthusiastic. "The crowds are a little bigger than last year, and they've been really supportive," confirmed Capitol basketball coach Charlie Bowen. Intramurals have been especially exciting for many students. In the fall, softball was enjoyed by participants on ten teams, and currently, intramural basketball is encouraging everyone to take to the courts. In addition, intramural volleyball has recently begun. Comment Said Business student Dave Fitzgerald, "I like to take time out from studying to relax and have some fun. It...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 February 1984
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Who will be the next provost? at his [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 16 March 1984
Who will be the next provost? at his By Tony Perry The final shoe is about to drop on the eight-month-old search for Capitol Campus' next Provost. University and local media have been invited to an official press conference tomorrow, March 17. The announcement will coincide with a Penn State Board of Trustees meeting at Hershey Medical Center tomorrow and will take place during a "routine" press conference immediately following at 11:45 a.m. to "inform the media on what the board has acted on," according to Michael J. Breslin, Director of Campus Relations at Capitol. Penn State President Bryce Jordan is expected to make the announcement. While the Capitol campus rumor mill has indicated that a select number of administrators and faculty have been informed of the new provost's identity, no sources available to the Capitol Times were willing to breach the Saturday announcement date. A check Thursday by Capitol Times of the offices of the finalists (see their backgrounds below)...
WNDR gains new equipment [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 16 March 1984
WNDR gains new equipment Problems remain Photo by Jeffrey G. Shatter WNDR student disc jockey Jeff Griffiths 'spins records' In the studio. By Neil Myers It's not commercial radio, but then it wasn't meant to be. Capitol's WNDR is holding its own against the problems of outdated equipment and a lack of coverage. Don Strausburger, Program Director, is pleased with several improvements recently made at the station. "We're finally reaching Meade Heights," Strausburger said, referring to the new 20-watt AM transmitter placed in service there last month. The new equipment, which cost $905, replaced an old five watt unit that failed in November. "It's much more reliable than the old one,"Strausburger noted. The new transmitter is transistorized, while the old one used outdated vacuum tubes, he said. The unit is housed at 932-A Mars Drive. Strausburger said the station is also trying new programming. Greg Labelle began a new morning "wake up" show this semester from 6:30 to 8:3...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 16 March 1984
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Stress reduction workshop planned [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 16 March 1984
Stress reduction workshop planned The Counseling Center will sponsor a six-session stress reduction workshop to be led by Dr. Ed Beck, Counselor. The workshop will be held on Tuesdays from March 27 through May 1, and will run from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. The purpose of the workshop will be to help participants learn and practice techniques for identifying and coping with personal stress at school, home and on the job. Registration is free. Interested persons should schedule a 15-minute appointment with Dr. Beck in the Counseling Center, Room W-117, by March 22.