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LAST WEEK in the FFL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1971
LAST WEEK in the FFL Last week the intramural Flag Football League opened its season. On Tuesday the XGI's beat Studs Gold 19-0 and the Studs Blue beat the Gornik's 19-6. In the XGI win, Cal Yoh&had four interceptions and Steve Kagay scored twice to lead the attack. At half, the XGI's were up 6-0 with penalties bothering them most of the time. They completely dominated the second half and the only thing the Studs had to cheer about was a pass intercepted in the end zone by Leroy Howell to stall another XGI threat. Studs Blue, with a 19-6 win over Gorniks, had three touchdowns by Ryder, Hall, and Krumsky. Games on Wednesday had A.M.F. with scores by Bell, Rable, and Szatkowski beating the Green Knights 19-14. Bagby and DeCook scored for the losers. Also, them with two scores by Sefchok beat M&M's 19-6. And the Trojans with two touchdowns by Garrett beat Studs Gold 32-0. Thursday had the XGI's winning their second game of the season thanks to a forfeit by DMZ. ...
SMILIN' FACES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1971
SMILIN' FACES By Steve Wesley and Steve Rosenweig To Professor Schultz and the other stiflers of intelligence, from a speech by C. H. Greenwalt, President of E. I. Dupont de Nemours and Co.: "Behind every advance of the human race is a germ of creation growing in the mind of some lone individual-an individual whose dreams awaken him in the night while others lie contentedly asleep." "We need those dreams, for today's dreams represent tomorrows realities...The great problem, the great question, is to develop within the framework of, the group the creative genius of the individual..." COMING SOON! Blood, Sweat, and Tears ... to the Los Angeles Colliseum. Our Unabashed Dictionary (which also happens to be Playboy's) defines Virgin as rookie nookie. ECO Notes: A dam is being constructed on the upper Potomac River, which, according to Three different water experts, will be unusable for any recreational purposes when completed. The culprit? Sulphuric acid from coal mines in Maryla...
WELCOME THE LIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1971
WELCOME THE LIONS On October 16 the Nittany Lions football team will be arriving at Olmstead Airport at approximately 7:45 p.m. after hopefully defeating Syracuse. It's about time that we get involved and show our appreciation for one of the finest football teams of the decade. Pennsylvania State University, it's our school, contrary to some people's belief. The team needs and deserves our support. So far this year we are undeafeated after crushing Navy and Iowa and getting by Air Force. Coach Joe Paterno assures us of a winning season and a possibility of a bowl bid. This is why we are asking you, the members of the student body, to be out at Olmstead to welcome the team after the Syracuse game. Let's show them that another campus does exist besides the one at State College. After welcoming the team at Olmstead we will continue the celebration at the Student Center. A film of the 1969 Penn State - Kansas Orange Bowl game will be shown. It's free. IT'S OUR TEAM, LET'S BE PROUD...
Intramural Bowling Starts [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1971
Intramural Bowling Starts "Uncle Miltie" used to say, "Take your kids out of the streets and put them in the alleys." Well, last Wednesday night wasn't Jackpot Bowling but the students were off the Campus and at Middletown Lanes for the start of Intramural Bowling. A great crowd turned out for the opening night and after three meetings with the team captains it was decided that there was 18 teams bowling on 12 lanes — only at Capitol Campus. It seems that some teams will have to bowl on party night (i.e. Tuesdays). Harvey Brown (or is it Charley Brown) had the first 7-10 split of the season. Poor Harvey, it could only happen to him. Anyway, it was a good night for the pins. There are still a few openings for those wishing to participate.
FOOD FOR THE NITTY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1971
FOOD FOR THE NITTY How would you like to receive $130 worth of food and merchandise for only $3.50? This can happen to you if anyone is interested. The Business Club is offering a raffle for food from Foxe's Market, in Middletown. All you have to do is contact Dan Ekberg, 944-6850; Gary Gold, 238-9116; or Mike Fereazzano, 944-7866 and receive your ticket. Drawings will be held every week for a gift certificate of $15 per week. If you win, like Len Thompson or Bob Lopez, your name will be returned for another chance to win again. At the end of the tenth week, a grand drawing will also be held. This will consist of a $25 gift certificate. Anyone can enter, all that you need is the $3.50. Think of it, FREE FOOD. You can enter on a group basis, so let's get it together.
Are You Inclined? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1971
Are You Inclined? The first meeting of the Capitol Campus Players was held Wednesday night in the Student Center. The enthusiasm was there, but more students interested in theatrical arts (acting, direction, set design, properties, lighting, painting, sound, etc.) are needed. If you are such a student, or would like to be, you are cordially invited to the next meeting: Monday at eight p.m., in room E-264. The newly formed group is under the direction of Tony Arms, who is also an author and actor in the Central Pennsylvania Theatre. Mr. Arms is currently the Managing Director of The Players Repertory Company, an accomplished local organization, and has directed more than seventy-five shows, including works of Shaw, Ibsen, Wilde, Goldsmith, Coward and Anouilh. His credits as an actor list more than fifty shows, among them, O'Neill's "Mourning Becomes Electra," and Ibsen's "Peter Gynt." The versatile Mr. Arms' other talents include producing and designing.
OPEN HOUSE FOR PARENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1971
OPEN HOUSE FOR PARENTS Give your parents the opportunity to see where your "head's at", invite them to the open house. This will give you a chance to introduce Capitol Campus to your parents. All doors will be open and the teachers will be here to make this an excellent opportunity for your parents to see your new home. The open house will be Saturday, October 30th, from 9 AM. - 5 P.M. In the morning there will be tours of. facilities, labs, and work areas. Your advisors and instructors will be in their offices and labs to meet with you and your parents. Two shuttle buses will be available for transportation on campus. The student will be acting as his parents' private host during their stay on campus. There will be no organized lunch, however, meal tickets will be available. For those "who choose to eat off campus, a guide to the local restaurants will be available.
WHAT'S IN STORE FOR OPEN HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
WHAT'S IN STORE FOR OPEN HOUSE Well if you've ever attended one of these blasts at another school, forget it - this one won't bear any resemblance! There will be no FOOTBALL GAME at SNODGRASS STADIUM. Neither will there be a barrage of WELCOME addresses, CARNIVALS, BAZAARS, or PASS THE HAT for our new FIELD HOUSE (although it may take that for us to get one). Instead, YOU steer the folks for the day (that's a switch). Hop on a campus SHUTTLE BUS (wonders never cease) and stop off at the round table. That's where anyone who doesn't have a meal ticket can get one for $1.50 each. There has been a bit of negotiating to make this meal more substantial than a Sloppy Joe's Special. Then grab a handfull of literature that tells you what's doing, when and where. Why not start with a group run-thru of our Engineering Labs to be conducted by some students. We will have a Pollution-Solution Electric Car on hand. Some of the faculty offices will have refreshments (at the faculty's expens...
Campus Coffee House Opens [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
Campus Coffee House Opens Students relax during the Opening Night of the new Coffee House at 946A Kirtland , Ave. in Meade Heights. 946A Kirtland Avenue, next to People's Park (on the right) is the location of the Campus Coffee House. The Grand Opening of Tuesday, October 12, was a huge success, with faculty and student entertainment. Our thanks to all those who participated: Bill, Ed, Carolyn, Ned, Don, Greg, Bruce, Dave and others who helped to create a really pleasant atmosphere. A special thanks to Chas, Debby,. Becky, Lois, and those responsible for the decorating and painting. The Coffee House is open every night from 6 p.m. to 12 midnight for general relaxation and group studies. Special events will be programmed on Thursday nights. The Cultural Committee Film Series will be shown there on Fridays at 8 pjn. Students, faculty and staff are invited to stop in during the evenings for spontaneous jam sessions, so it you have a guitar, lute, banjo or whatever, bring it w...