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LAST WEEK IH THE EEL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
LAST WEEK IH THE EEL In one of the big games of the season,- the undefeated Trojans defeated the now once beaten XGI's, 20-7. The game was tied 0-0 at half and was 7-7 until the final few minutes of the fourth quarter when the Trojans blew it open. The XGI's scored first on a pass by White to Wesley, with the extra point being converted by thompson. The Trojans scored three times, all on pass plays from Roberts to Mercantile and two to Garrett. Tough "D" by the Trojans stopped the XGI's three times down near their goal line. The Zappers won their second straight by beating the Studs Gold 7-6 in overtime. The Studs scored first on a forty-yard run by White. The Zappers' first score was set up when Steve Rosenzweig intercepted a pass which set up a ten-yard TD, thrown from Vic Myloradowycz to Bob Polis to tie the game. The Zappers were able to advance the ball further in overtime for the winning point. The stars of the game were two defensive players for the Zappers—Steve Rose...
Intramural Roller Skating Decathalon [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
Intramural Roller Skating Decathalon Nov. 8, Monday Night 7:30-11:00 p.m. Recreation/Athletics has rented the use of the Gold Skate Roller Rink on Rt. 230, East of Middletown, for its 3rd Intramural Roller Skating Decathalon. Skate rental and admission is FREE to the first. 100 students. Late students must pay $.25 per person. Students must supply their own transportation to and from the Gold Skate (4 miles). Food and drinks are available but must be paid for individually. Valid Capitol student ID's will be requested for admission. The program of activities will begin at 7:30 p.m. and end at 11:00 p.m. on Monday November 8, 1971. Activities will include free skating, skate wheel relay, flat lap racing (3,6,16 laps for men and 3,6,12 laps for women) pursuit racing, backward race and obstacle race. Ribbons will be given to the individual winners and points will be awarded for the All-Sports Plaque and Individual/Outstanding Athletic Award. All student, faculty and staff are ...
BOWLING LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
BOWLING LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS , (as of 10-20-71) WON LOST PER. I.EmausGang 6% IVi .812 2. Gornik's 6 2 .750 3. Pin Heads 6 2 .750 4. Eng's 5 3 .625 5. Prime Times 5 3 .625 6. Zappers 5 3 .625 7.XGKA) 5 3 .625 8. T.S.C.C. 5 3 .625 9. No-Names 4Vi 3V4 .568 10. Hermies 4 4 .500 11. Dr. Shock (UTZ) 4 4 .500 12. Sam's Bar & Grille 4 4 .500 13. Foul Balls 3 5 .375 14. Lil'Studs 2 6 .250 15. What The 2 6 .250 16. XGI(B) 1 7 .125 17. Foul Bells (A) 0 4 .000 18. Foul Bells (B) 0 4 .000 HIGHS (as of 10-13-71) HIGH GAME - Norb Linder: 245 HIGH TRIPLE - Norb Linder. 571 HIGH AVERAGE - Norb Under: 182
SPORTS ARTICLES FOR PUBLICATION [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
SPORTS ARTICLES FOR PUBLICATION Points and credit will be awarded toward the All-Sports Trophy for persons submitting articles for publication in the CAPITOLIST. Articles must be submitted under the regulations stated below to receive credit. REGULATIONS 1. All articles will be printed if space provides. The CAPITOLIST Editor and Recreation/Athletic Coordinator will select articles if too many are submitted for publication. 2. Articles must be typed, dou bl e-spaced, and approximately two pages in length for 25 points. One page will receive 15 points if article is published. 3. Your name and telephone number must accompany each Article. 4. Submit completed work to the Recreation/Athletic Building. 5. Thursday noon of each week is the deadline. 6. Subject matter may consist of any topic relating the the intramural program. You may do a story on a Softball game; golf clinic; horseshoe tournament; weight-lifting; or a summary of football games not covered. 7. Box scores should ...
X-Country Blues [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
X-Country Blues Hampered by injuries and a lack of compasses, our first two showings in X-country this past week were unsuccessful. At Messiah two of our runners that were able to participate lost their ways over the 5 mile hilly course. Three other members of the team had physical ailments. Well did anyone manage to do good? Tim Rumsey, coming back from last year and showing much improvement, would have but he took a wrong turn a half mile from the finish. He lost a hundred yards which enabled Messiah to have the sixth runner to beat Tim. Eddy DeCook, however, made no mistakes, he just didn't run well. The fast start by the Messiah runners, who had run six previous meets this year, proved to be too much. The two other participants were Fred Barr and Mike McHale. At Shippensburg, four days after and one runner less, we did somewhat better. The six mile course as opposed to our 3.2 mile course had us worried. It was Capitol's longest X-country race against a school that zinge...
ZIPvou re...wnar? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
ZIPvou re...wnar? by Steve Wesley The answer to that is that ZAP is moving. As you all know, ZAP has hit the airways with the late, great sounds-the best for miles around. Or whatever those Jocks can think of. Anyway, the station is being patterned after WMMR in Philly, a progressive rock station. Unfortunately, the not-so-big ZAP budget does not allow for the purchase of hundreds of records per week, but they have been doing a pretty fair job with those records they bought previously and with the DJ's personal collections. Speaking of budgets, some of you may have heard that ZAP was in big trouble for overdrawing their budget. With the small budgets this year, that's not difficult. But fear not. ZAP overdrew with the full knowledge and consent of the SGA. What happened is that the SGA allocated a certain amount to the organization and then set aside an additional sum which could be used if necessary. The difference is that this additional sum will have to be paid back tb the ...
DEAN'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971
DEAN'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE Weekly Report: Since not all members could attend, this weeks Dean's Advisory Committee was rather short. Primarily the group discussed old business. Past problems received either positive answers or the means of obtaining the desired results. Engineering's representative, Ann Topper, reported that at last the experimental shower in Church Hall could be tested. The test will be conducted during the week with the voluntary services of the engineers. For those who are not familiar with the situation, question any resident from the dorms on the subject of showers. At the same time perhaps you might like to pick on another sore subject with that dormy. Ask about the Hall's carpeting. Guaranteed, if the "Showers" didn't get him hot, the un-carpeting will. Housing and Food Services have been looking for some sort of carpeting for the past three months. The committee decided to look into the problem and talk to the manager of that department. After speak...
VANGUARD THEATRE WILL PERFORM O'NEILL CLASSIC [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971
VANGUARD THEATRE WILL PERFORM O'NEILL CLASSIC On November 4, tonight, The Vanguard Theatre will perform Eugene O'Neal's LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT. The event, sponsored by the Cultural Committee, will be performed at Feazer School Auditorium. Curtain will be at 8 pjn., promptly. The house will open at 7:30 pan. The production, under the direction of Marcelle Felser, will feature David Bray and Tom Dennis, permanent members of the Vanguard Company, along with Jane Drbnin and Ted Graeber, who come in from New York for this Third Annual College Tour. Thomas P. Struthers has designed the sets and lighting. Gordon Micunis of New York is Costume Designer Alan Cherin has composed the background music. Other members of the Vanguard company are David Hurlbert, Production Stage Manager, Harry Gilg, Jr., Production Crew Chief, Thomas Gorman and Joseph Susany, Production Crew. Sally Smith will be Asistant Stage Manager and Miriam M. Cherin, Vanguard's Administrative Director, will al...
OFFICIAL RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971
OFFICIAL RESULTS For the benefit of those who haven't heard: The winners in the Junior Senatorial Election are Armond Mundy, Elementary Education; Ron Edwards, Engineering; Jane McDonald, Humanities; Marilyn Levin, Social Science; Thomas Dixon, Business; and Marlin Koehler, Math Science. The four At-Large Senators elected are Aaron Spicher, Mike Dini, Eugene Bryan, and Thomas Viehman. The constitution was ratified by a vote of 447 to 51.
This week hi me SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971
This week hi me SGA The Head of Security for Capitol Campus, who has been called "that other name" (quote by Mx. Paul himself), attended Monday night's session of the Student Government Meeting. He asked for the Student Government's endorsement of an intensified campaign against reckless drivers on the Campus. President Terry Wimmer agreed that violations should be dealt with, particularly the excessive speeding on Weaver Avenue in Meade Heights where small children are playing. But Wimmer and the Senate were hesitant about issuing an "endorsement" of the stepped-up surveillance of the Campus, indicating that not all of the ticketing might be necessary. Instead, the Senate agreed to distribute notices to warn students of the crackdown, hoping that this would help to deter carelessness by drivers. Following this, President Wimmer read a letter from Director Herpel regarding an estimated loan of $30,543, needed to help pay the c >sts of the addition to the rear parking ...
Testing lor Government Jobs [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971
Testing lor Government Jobs An announcement from the Placement Office indicates that the Federal Service Entrance Examination (FSEE) will be administered on campus Wednesday, December 1st. Booklets describing the test and the opportunities for employment with the Federal government may be picked up at the Placement Office. Students who wish to take the test should complete the Qualifications Brief and Education, Experience and Work Preference Questionnaires prior to reporting for the examination. The forms, which are enclosed in the available booklet, should be completed and submitted to the examiner. This will facilitate processing and assure an earlier rating report. The test is intended primarily for seniors and graduate students, though juniors are not restricted from taking it. Juniors will be given the Opportunity of taking a separate test for summer employment with the Federal Governrnent at a later date. Normally, information about summer employment opportunities doe...
THE 'UN'-TABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971
THE 'UN'-TABLE John R. Grimm, Dean of Student Affairs, has initiated "Grimm's Table" for the purpose of giving students a better and easier place to find answers to some of their questions. Upon scrutinizing your CAPITOLIST last Thursday (as we are sure you all did), you probably noticed several references to a special student committee. If you read carefully enough not only did you discover What the Dean's Advisory Committee for Student Affairs is but also who the Dean of Student Affairs is. That's right, Dr. John R. Grimm. He is the man to see for everything from paying parking tickets to playing ping-pong. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Dean Grimm waits in W101 for students to bitch, plead, or protest their case. In addition, he will make himself even more accessable to that great institution-Student Spirit, from 9 to 11 a.m. every Thursday (starting today). If you are in the habit of hanging out at the round table between classes, you may notice the addition ...
Heads Annonymous? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971
Heads Annonymous? Los Angeles, Calif .-(Intercollegiate Press): Marijuana could become competitive with alcohol as a popular intoxicant, a University of California at Los Angeles pharmacologist forecast here recently. "If is conceivable that marijuana could become competitive with alcohol, exhibiting many of the same qualities for moderate and excessive use over long periods of time," declared Professor William H. McGlothlin. "Future patterns of marijuana use will include amounts substantially above those typically observed today, with daily consumption of four to six cigarettes not being uncommon among regular users," he predicted. "With the availability of the more potent (cannabis) preparations, some individuals will likely consume several times this amount," Professor McGlothlin said. At present the typical, current "marijuana user" in this country probably smokes no more than one cigarette per week, he noted. A student who smokes one marijuana cigarette daily would be c...