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Achtung [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
Achtung Wenn irgendjemand interesse an einem anderen Auswahl KTub hat, denn die, die an dieser Universjtat geboten werden, denken Sie an den Deutschen Klub. Der Zweck dieses Klubs wird verschieden sein, namlich: Bier Trinken, Unterhaltungen, Bier trinken, Deutsche Musik, Bier trinken, - Deutsche Filme, Bier trinken, Viele Deutsche Literatur aller Art, und fur eine mehr ernste Atmosphare: Wein trinken. Anfanger sind wilkommen. Wir werden die Grundstocke fur die Deutsche Sprache and GesChichte auslegen. Uberlegen Sie es sich? Dann telefonieren Sie bitte: Kathy 944-4390 oder Harry 944-9029.
TEACHER EVALUATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
TEACHER EVALUATIONS by Jane McDonald At the end of this school year, Capitol Campus will have it's first official teacher evaluation system. A sheet containing 25 questions on each teacher and course will be given to students during the 7th & 8th weeks of the term. This procedure will be followed through the Winter and Spring semesters. In June, the statistics will be- compiled and publi shed-ready for the incoming Juniors in the Fall. This has not been the first attempt to establish a legitimate evaluation of teachers at Capitol. The Fall and Winter of '70 was the beginning when an interested Junior Senator made it his personal project. Neil Madonick came from a school where choosing a teacher and couige was not a hit or miss thing. His first attempt here proved to be very time consuming and rather unpopular. Comments at times were dominated by only a few students, causing many professors to be inflamed by the most frank remarks. The next time around, Neil compute...
CHARLIE BYRD HERE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
CHARLIE BYRD HERE On October 25, the Cultural Committee will present Charlie Byrd in a FREE concert in the Student Activity Center at 8:00 P.M. He is a rare artist that works with equal ease in the classical and jazz music fields. Byrd produced over forty albums and is featured on a dozen others. He is an internationally famous guitarist with an impressive background. This includes recitals and concerts with the National Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, the Minneapolis Symphony and the Feldman Quartet. His jazz background includes stints with Sol Yaged, Alvy AVest, Joe Marsala and Freddie Slack. In 1967, he studied with Ravi Shankar, the celebrated sitarist. Byrd and his group play numerous college concerts and nightclubs across the country. He has made over300 college dates. He has appeared at the lVhite House and before Heads of State. He has played in 40 countries spanning 5 continents. He appeared on many TV shows such as: TODAY, TONITE, Johnny Carson, Joey Bishop, Steve Al...
Engineers On The Move [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
Engineers On The Move The Capitol Campus Student Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers held the first meeting on Wednesday, October 13. More than seventy rrvmbers were present to discuss plans for future events. Professor Trunk spoke about the scheduled Open House of October 13, and asked for volunteers to aid in informing parents about the engineering facilities on campus. Other topics discussed were the plans to make a field trip to Three Mile Island sometime in November, and a possible excursion to the National Brewing Company of Baltimore in the Spring. It was reported that action is being taken to have the name of the Engineering Degree changed from a Bachelor of Technology to a Bachelor of Science. Members are reminded to pick up their copy of The Professional Engineer magazine in the Engineering Office, 110-C, if they have not already done so.
Provost Named [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
Provost Named It was announced last Friday that based on University President Oswald's nomination and the recommendation of this campus, the Board of Trustees has named Dr. Robert McDermott as the new Provost of Captiol Campus. McDermott will assume the post on February 1,1972. The father of two children, McDermott is currently the Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Arkansas. He is no stranger to Penn State, having served as Professor and department head within his ten year stay (1959-69) at University Park. Dr. McDermott visited Capitol Campus on September 21, spending time with the faculty, the administration, the SGA and other students and student groups. As reported in the CAPITOLIST at that time, most of the responses to him were favorable. Based on this response, the recommendation for nomination was made, and now we have a new boss. Simple, wasn't it?
This Week In The SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
This Week In The SGA The SGA does great things, right? Sometimes. The SGA does horrible things, right; Sometimes again. But this year it seems that your student government is doing things. Of course, all the decisions will not be popular but the Senate this year is more interested, more informed and more inclined to the students. We commend them for that. After hearing the finance committee report (which no one but the Treasurer understands) the Senate tackled the problem of filling a Senate post from the Math-Science program, our newest and smallest option. Final decision will come on that later. The next order of business was to hear from the Rec./Ath. Council about Varsity Basketball. It seems that over half of the Athletic budget will be spent on a varsity basketball team. Some of the senators wanted to know if the priorities might be changed so that more money could be shifted to the intramural program. The senate heard from Athletic Director Bob Stanley about the possi...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
Stall of the COPY EDITOR: Tom Hagan MANAGING EDITOR Lee Nell PHOTOGRAPHERS: Cliff Balson Steve Calhoun CONTRIBUTORS: Samantha Bower Gregg Crescenzo Russ Matthews Jane McDonald Steve Wesley Nancy Shane Cheryl Boyes Don Lewis Ray Nearhood Jim Kuzio Lee Fisher Steve Rosenzweig Capilollsl: :
Faculty Profile [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
Faculty Profile by Michael Welliver With the start of every Fall term comes a host of fresh ideas at Capitol Campus. One of the newest and brightest ideas is a Mr. John W. Harman, an instructor in Engineering. Mr. Harman's particular field is surveying and photogrametry Before mastering his specialities, Mr. Harman studied for both his undergraduate degree and M. S. at Penn State University. He completed a year of Graduate work at Northwestern and is presently working on his Ph. D. in engineering. Years of experience in civil engineering have given Mr. Harman the opportunity to travel through a good deal of the United States. He also spent five years in South America where he worked as a consultant for the Chilean Highway Department. This consisted of working in the areas of soil mechanics and engineering materials. Just before coming to Captiol Campus, Mr. Harman acted in the capacity of a teaching research assistant at University Park. When asked what he expects to bring...
WHAT'S HAPPENIN' AT CAPITOL??? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
WHAT'S HAPPENIN' AT CAPITOL??? Thursday, October 21, 8:00 p.m. MOVIE. THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI starring: William Holden, Alec Guinness, Jack Hawkins, and Sessue Hayakawa. Winner of 27 International Awards. . .7 Academy Awards. This much acclaimed flick concerns the inmates of a Japanese prison camp in the early days of World War II and a bridge that must be destroyed. It will be shown in the auditorium. Saturday, October 23 FOOTBALL: PENN STATE by Don Lewis vs. TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV. at Beaver Stadium, University Park (HOMECOMING) The Nittany Lions will try to prove even more certainly that they are a national power this year. A large crowd from Capitol will be attending. For those people driving to the game, it would be advisable to leave on your trek up Route 322 by at least 9:00 a.m. Saturday. The game starts at 1:30 p.m. Monday, October 25, 8:00 p.m. MUSIC: CHARLIE BYRD JAZZ QUINTET at our Student Center. One of the oldest and best know jazz groups in the world! Don...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
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BOOK mm. Trade, Buy, [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
BOOK mm. Trade, Buy, Dear People, Last year, about this time, there was a student initiated book exchange, where one could buy or sell textbooks, funbooks, and/or related nonsense. Now there is one this year. Farwowout If you're in need, or in excess, of literature of mindboggling import, your wildest pipedreams are now on the threshold of reality. The exchange will be open from 12:30 to 2:30 daily (excluding Freeday) unless volunteers can staff it on an extended basis. The duration of its existence after 2 weeks will depend on the interest and participation which manifests itself. The tentative operation (open to suggestions of more efficient methods at all times) shall consist of placing one's name and the cost of the book on-a piece of paper and placing it in the book. An envelope should also be prepared with your name and, if possible, a list of titles insomuchas prompt monetary reimbursment is the primary function of this venture. The sad parting with one's beloved and ...
LIBRARYSLIGHTLY ABRIDGED [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
LIBRARYSLIGHTLY ABRIDGED by Tom Black There has been much understandable displeasure concerning the Dbrary being closed on Saturdays. Not only undergraduate, but graduate students depend on Saturdays to read reserve books or do research work requiring use of Library facilities. It doesn't seem as though the Library administration is to blame for closing Saturdays. Dr. Jacob explained, "I was forced to close Saturdays because of cuts in funds used to hire student assistants." Also, the Library has had unfortunate and unexpected illness among staff members, which has further reduced their manpower. The people who are responsible for closing the Library are those few men that allocate, the; limited funds Capitol receives from UP. There seems to be a general belief that not many students use the Library on Saturday, and it wouldn't be worth the money to keep it open. Priorities are set and the money goes where it will benefit the most people. If there is a real concern over Satu...
BESIDE THE POINT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
BESIDE THE POINT or-fifty to love is a very tiring night by Samantha Bower I was sitting here in my solitude and Gregg came in and said and I said, yeah, people worry about me catching cold, so I always get shoes for my birthday. Take it away, Gregg... Hey, why do they call them ashtrays, anyway. They're really kinds of dishes and such. I wonder if they were originally real trays for ashes. I was supposed to get a meal ticket, but I refused it, so 1 could eat with my roommates. But after some of our meals, I'm thinking of switching. It would be really neat if they mixed the sexes in the Heights houses. Then the girls could cook and the guys would clean. It could get very interesting. A dish for every sink. A plug for every socket. Sockit! Whereever. phone rings I exit and return Don't put your feet on my brand new bedspread that mom got for me. It was a present for Christmas about four years ago. I don't think I buy anything. Just wait for my B-day and Christmas. Yeah. It ...
SMIL1N FACES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
SMIL1N FACES by Steve Wesley and Steve Rosenzweig • < Little Jack Horner sat in a corner, eating his sister. Penn State-42, Army-0 Here Comes de Orange Bowl! Our unabashed dictionary defines Mistress as something that lies between a Mister and a mattress. Captain, Captain the men are revolting. Yeh, and they're ugly too. Congrats to VenderviUe — Their hotdogs are losing some of the green coloring. Jesus Christ walked into a hotel with a couple of boards and asked, "Can you put me up for the night?" What are the third and fourth lines of P.S. alma mater? Congrats to WZAP on their dance and the XGI on their Party. Congrats to Greg Garth for being awarded the Alcoa Foundation Scholarship. ECO Note: Division of Engineering and Technology at C.C. have their own nonpoHuter—an electric car. Limerick of the Week: There once was a man named Glass Who had balls made out of brass When he rubbed them together he played Stormy Weather And lightning shot out of his ass. Contrary ...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
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LAST WEEK in the FFL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
LAST WEEK in the FFL SPORTS by Steve Rosenzweig One of the more exciting games last week saw the Trojans beating Gorniks, 14-13 in overtime. Garrett and Grozinski scored for the Trojans, while Wilson and Gold scored for the losers. The game was tied 13-13 at the end of regulation time. The Trojans were able to move the ball further than the Gorniks in the four alternating downs allowed to break the tie and were awarded the winning point. In other FFL games last week, the Green Knights were the victors in a high scoring battle with the Hairy Hogs, 25-17. Guss, Hanley, Bagley and Rissinger scored TD's for the winners. Carlin and Shoemocker went over for the losers. Them, behind scores by Sefchok, O'Shay, Decon, and Lezoche, overcame the lone score by Kendall and beat the Orange Men 26-6. Also, Them beat Studs Gold 20-6 last week with White ruining their shutout with the only Studs TD. It was a tough day for the Zappers who were blanked 20-0 by the M&M*s. Pastoric sco...