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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
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FROM YOUR FRIENDLY HEMSHOP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY HEMSHOP by Tom Hagan Way back when, in the Fall Semester, Lee Nell suggested that perhaps one way of encouraging communication on this campus could be through grafitti. Since then, there have been very few words of wisdom to grace the stalls of the Ad Building's think-tanks. This is not to imply that dialogue has not been utilized at Capitol. There certainly seems to be more togetherness, as shown most recently by the success of the Rock Festival. Nevertheless, The Head Shop hopes that it can offer some tidbits of literary gems through the sharing of some of the grafitti which decorates the walls of the Hot Line Room. Here, then, is a collection of some of those words, written in jest, seriously, and whatever else, over the past months: • One day Iris Caught the virus Passed it on to me, It bit my knee, (filled me with glee!) Went down to my shoe Passed it to you And you see stars Travelled clear up to Mars, So if the line rings, Swing back on a string l...
RESULTS-TENNIS-SINGLES-MEN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
RESULTS-TENNIS-SINGLES-MEN FOR- PLACE NAME TEAM W L BYE FEIT PLACE POINTS Lefkowltz X-Rated 4 0 0 0 1st 100 Patterson X-Rated 1 1 1 o 2-3-4 25 Stanley X-Rated 110 0 2-3-4 25 Lopez XGI 110 0 2-3-4 25 Seaton OMZ 1 1 1 o 2-3-4 25 Hart man Studs 1 1 0 0 2-3-4 25 Eisensteln Loosers Weepers 112 0 2-3-4 25 Zalewskl Studs 0 1 0 0 0 0 Plrlch Raiders 0 1 0 o 0 0 Creasey DMZ 0 10 0 0 0 La bar Studs 0 1 0 0 0 0 Notaro XGI 0 0 0 10 0 Runsey Studs 0 0 0 10 0 PLACE ENTRY TOTAL TEAM PLACE POINTS FORFEITS POINTS POINTS Studs 2-3-4 25 1 25 50 X-Rated 2-3-4 2-3-4 1st 150 0 25 175 DMZ 2-3-4 25 0 25 50 Ra'ders 0 , 0 0 25 50 XGI 2-3-4 25 1 25 50 Loosers Weepers 2-3-4 25 0 25 50 Particlpants—13 Participation—20 NOTE: Byes/Forfeits DO NOT count In "Participations"
CAPITOL LOSES CLOSE ONE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
CAPITOL LOSES CLOSE ONE by Ed Gregorich On May 20th the Capitol Campus Baseball Team traveled to Easton, Pennsylvania to play North Hampton Community College. Capitol went into the game with an 0-3 mark, while North Hampton carried an 8-7 record. North Hampton scored first in the game with a run in the first inning, but Capitol came right back with two in the second, on a triple by Denny McKernan after two men walked. In their half of the second inning, North Hampton scored three runs on two hits CAPITOL CAMPUS AB R H Gregorich, IB 3 1 1 Maschue,LF 3 1 0 Guss, SS 3 1 1 Risenger, 2B 3 1 1 Wolfe, CF 2 1 1 Bensel,RF 2 1 1 Wexler . C 3 0 1 McFernan,3B 4 0 1 Cole . P 2 1 0 Rosenzweig, PH 1_ 0 1_ 26 7 8 arta then took the lead. Capitol scored one run in the third inning. The big inning for Capitol came in the sixth when they scored four runs on four hits, but still fell one run short of tying the game. The big hits in that inning came from Gregorich, Wolfe, Guss and Risenger. ...
CAPITOL LOSES TO MESSIAH IN FIRST [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
CAPITOL LOSES TO MESSIAH IN FIRST /)n May 12, Capitol Campus played its first varsity baseball game. The day was overcast with an occasional shower, but the field was in good condition. Messiah got the first score on the board with their four runs in the second inning on two walks, two errors, and two singles. They scored again in the third, fourth, and eighth innings with three, two and two runs respectively. Capitol had many opportunities but just couldn't put anything across. The biggest Messiah 043 200 Capitol 000 000 threat came in the third inning when Ed Gregorich singled to the left with one out. Then Steve Rosenzweig singled to right, and Bob Guss walked to load the bases, but the next two men were retired on a strikeout and a ground out. The hitting stars for Capitol were Ed Gregorich with two, Dick Risinger, and Steve Rosenzweig wjfh one each. The losing pitcher for Capitol was Denny Cole who was relieved by Greg Fondek in the sixth inning. 020 11 13 2 000 0 4 7 ...
INTRAMURALS PROVE TO BE POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
INTRAMURALS PROVE TO BE POPULAR ^2/^o/^rzs "^ by Don Hossler The month of June has sprung upon us, designating the end of another Capitol Campus academic year. As the academic year closes, sports activities subside. The sports activities at Capitol, for 1970-71, improved greatly from previous years through a combination of innovation and enthusiasm. Much of the innovation is supplied by Bob Stanley, serving his first year as Recreation Athletic Coordinator. Bob instituted the idea of a Recreation/Athletic Council made up of students to help formulate and oversee sports activities on Campus. This organization is now functioning and has contributed greatly to the variety of sports activities available at Capitol. An All-Sports Trophy was also inaugurated this year, as well as an extremely wide offering of sporting activities for all students, faculty, and staff. Enthusiasm can be seen at a Recreation/Athletic Council meeting, the many spring softball teams organized, or by s...
DR. SHOCK ON TOP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
DR. SHOCK ON TOP by Mike Kilgallon "Let There Be Fright", the well known phrase of Scream-In and T.V. Dr. Shock must have its effects on opponents of this currently first place team, Dr. Shock. On Wednesday night May 26, Dr. Shock continued their supremacy on the bowling alleys by whipping the Studs, 3% games to & game. It all started out as Studs' supremacy for six frames at that point Gunther Idler was leading the Studs. But the Dr. Shock quintet was not to be underminded. Bruce Williams and Rick McDonough started striking about the seventh frame, and as the tenth frame came, one pin seemed to be the difference. As the final bowlers finished up it looked like a one point victory for Dr. Shock. But the scores were checked for any possible wrong calculations. An error was detected. A one point mistake caused a tie for the Studs and a lost victory for the Dr. Shock team. In the remaining games between these two teams, Dr Shock took command, but the Studs kept bowling ...
WALK A MILE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
WALK A MILE by Joe Zalewski With only 14 walkers assembling at the Athletic Building on Wednesday, May 26, the second Intramural Walk-A-Mile of this year got underway. The course covered a distance of approximately one mile. It started at the Athletic Building, went down the road past softball field "B", past the University Apartments, and up to the Athletic Building for the finish. The only rules involved were that the participants had to stay on the road and use a heel-toe style of walking. Bob Stanley and a spotter followed the pack in a car to make sure no one violated the rules. Twelve men and two women lined up for the start. Represented were the Studs with 10 men and the DMZ with 2. The only 2 female contestants were from the Little Studs. The participants formed a straight hne for the start. Dick White of the Studs grabbed an early lead with Don Hossler close behind. White's lead lasted about half a mile until Hossler caught him near the University Apartments. Each r...
TENNIS-DOUBLES-MEN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
TENNIS-DOUBLES-MEN NAMES TEAM PLACEMENT PLACEMENT POINTS Lefkowftz/Wolf X-Rated First 100 Creasey/Seaton DMZ Second 75 Rumsey/Hartman studs Third 50 Lopez/Nutaro XGI Fourth 9 Stanley/Campbell X-Rated Fourth 9 Labar/Zalewskl Studs Fourth 9 PLACE ENTRY TOTAL TEAMS PLACE POINTS POINTS POINTS X-Rated 1.4 100+9 25 134 OMZ 2 75 25 100 Studs 3,4 50+9 25 84 XGI 4 9 25 34 WOMEN'S DOUBLES TENNIS NAME TEAM PLACE Julie Padula Lll Studs First Gall Swartz Cindy Flagle Lll Studs Second Faye Constantino Cathy Strubble Lll Studs Third Vickie Ward
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 June 1971
VARSITY GOLF RESULTS May 18, CAPITOL Pts. Barry Lindsay 0 Joe Maschue, 5&4 3 Don Beaner, Even 154 Kevin Michael Vi Frank Bruno 0 Jeff Seaton 0 Bob Hartman 0 TOTAL T CAPITOL vs. LEBANON VALLEY 1971 LEBANON VALLEY Pts. Jerry Frey, 5&3 3 Bob Roes 0 Paul Zahuta, Even 1% Tim Trone, 3&1 2% Virgil. Mayer, 4&3 3 Ken Bicker, 3&2 3 Bob Pembelton, S&4 3 TOTAL TF
WZAP IS HERE! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
WZAP IS HERE! Believe it or not, Capitol Campus has the honor of boasting a sure contender for a spot in Mr. Ripley's annals of notable events. Not since the days of J.C., has a resurrection caused such excitement. WZAP is back. For real, this time. Station Manager Bob Polis is happy to announce the rebirth, to take place on Monday, October 11. Most Seniors can recall the rhetoric of last year, which promised outstanding sound waves to hit the Campus area. Unfortunately, nothing more than hot air bellowed from the station room. With the S.G.A.'s generous allowance of $1,700 for expenses, hope for ZAP seemed valid. But the squandering of an eventual $1,800 on useless equipment and outrageous telephone bills, coupled with poor organization, caused anger and disappointment. A rather hesitant Student Government gave an $800 budget for this year's venture. The new staff is well organized and has planned well. Walter Miller, the Business Manager, worked throughout the summer to ob...
HOPS Alive and Moving [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
HOPS Alive and Moving HOPS is alive! Despite the continued efforts of the administration to put an end to our existence, some sixty members are forging on, and if any enthusiasm has been lost along the way, it is not apparent among the members of Perm State's first gay community. HOPS had its beginning during the third week of winter term 1971 with a Free University class entitled, "Homosexuality: A Growing Subculture." The course was initiated by a handful of homosexual students who felt the need for establishing channels of communications both among homosexuals and between homosexuals and the larger community. There was no set format for the class and yet spontaneous discussions touched on almost every aspect of the contemporary gay scene. By the end of the term, some 40 men and women were participating in the sessions regularly. Having established some sense of solidarity, a core of students from the Free U class formed a steering committee whose purpose was to organize a...
Was That The Week That was? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
Was That The Week That was? by Jane McDonald and Steve Wesley The week of September 19, 1971 might have been a memorable one for many young Americans'; but to the newly arrived juniors of Capitol Campus-it was an unforgetable five days. Everything from dancing to general testing took place during Orientation Week. Fortunately, most of the new students survived the duration and were willing and able to tell about it. Many juniors, in fact, had favorable comments about both social and academic activities. One Social Science major went as far as to say "the week was better than I had anticipated. I appreciated the helpfulness of both the students and faculty." Of course, there were a number of common complaints voiced just as loudly. As a twenty-six year old Electrical Engineer put it "the whole week could have been condensed into three days at the most." Opinions arose from all sides. Some hot and heavy, some cool and con, many pro and a few in between. The CAPITOLIST decided ...
The Red Shoes' [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
The Red Shoes' One of the most visually exciting films ever made, winner of an Academy Award for its score and nominated for Best Picture will be shown in the auditorium at 8:00 pm on October 11, Monday. With this film continues the "International Film Series" presented by your Cultural Committee on Monday evenings.
GRAND OPENING! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
GRAND OPENING! The reopening of the Capitol Campus Coffee House is scheduled for Tuesday, October 12, at 8:00 P.M. To help generate interest, a "Name the Coffee House Contest" is underway. Live entertainment is offered, as well as refreshments being served. It is located at 946A Kirt ' land Ave., next to People's Park.
Letters te the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
Letters te the Editor A Possible Deterioration Dear Editor, The definition of the word "deteriorate" found in the "College Edition of Webster's New World Dictionary" is: "to make worse; lower in quality or value; depreciate." This word currently applies to myself along with hundreds of students, both male and female, who participated in Varsity and Intramural sports last year. With football season upon us and enthusiasm still high from last year, combined with many fine new junior athletes, we are still faced with a grave problem concerning recreational athletics on this campus. We will probably be forced to play football on fields that are not properly lined, two referees instead of three (if we can afford any at all) and a chance of not having any trophies for the league's top teams at the seasons end. The reason for these cutbacks is a "so called lack of funds"; To begin with, the recreational athletic department received only approximately 10% of the money it requested...
SMILIN FACES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
SMILIN FACES by Steve Wesley and Steve Rosenzweig Hif We would like to take this opportunity to introduce Captiol Campus to the new "Smilin' Faces" column that we will be writing every week in The CAPITOLIST. The column is so named because we would like to do our best to create smilin' faces throughout the school. Even if only one of our little tidbits makes you laugh, we'll be quite happy ourselves. First of all, we would like to welcome our new Juniors and returning Vets. Secondly, much thanks to everyone connected with Orinetation Week who did an extraordinary job and caused many "smilin' faces." Before we get down to business, let us say that we will be happy to use your contributions in our column. To contact us, just stop by or call at the following places: Steve Wesley 949AKirtland Phone 944-9751 or Steve Rosenzweig 951BKirtland Phone 944-9710 or Room W-105, Student Affairs Now, let's get down to some Happy Faces. Good luck to all Juniors; good bunting to all Seniors....