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NO PNARQUE, ITS THE TARNHELM [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

NO PNARQUE, ITS THE TARNHELM As mentioned in last week's CAPITOLIST, a new literary magazine has been established at Capitol Campus. It's name is the TARNHELM and hopefully it will provide means for literary and aritstic expression that has not been available at Capitol. The following interview is with John Stack, a member of the editorial board of TARNHELM. Why was a literary magazine established on campus? John - Well, last year some students felt a lack of opportunity to express their literary and artistic talents on campus. To rectify this sitation, several students decided to resurrect a literary magazine this year. What does TARNHELM mean and why that name in particular? John - TARNHELM is German for the "Winged Helmet". We chose the name because we feel that it would symbolize the dynamic quality we hope will be present in the magazine. How many members do you have and when will you come out with the publication? John — Every member of the Capitol Campus community is ...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Facility Profile: David Langmeyer [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

Facility Profile: David Langmeyer by Bob Bonaker and Mike Welliver Among this year's new additions to the Faculty of Capitol Campus is Mr. David Langmeyer, a member of the Social Science division. Mr. Langmeyer, born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., earned his B.A. degree from Brooklyn College where he was a General Psychology major. He has since received his M.A. from the University of North Carolina, basing his work in Clinical Psychology. Langmeyer is currently working on his Ph.D. Mr. Langmeyer, who prefers to be called David, "because Mr. Langmeyer seems rather formal and cold", has had extensive college teaching experience. He has previously taught at Patrick Henry College of the University of Virginia, Frostburg (Md.) State College, and the University of North Carolina before assuming his new position at Capitol Campus. David has also spent a considerable amount of time in clinical psychology work at a V.A. hospital in Salem, Va., Sommerset (Pa.) State Hospital, and a nu...

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POET'S CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

POET'S CORNER by Cheryl Boyes they died in a dream of "where am i going to's" "what for's" and "why's" that only got answered by boredom and sighs no reasonn or feelings around them to find -only the full droning thud of tension on their minds draining all love for life's lusts and joys they were set their pattern standard to follow no deviation no imagination they want to fly they.. .want. .to. .fly in the middle of "please, let me die's" instead they sigh and question why but never cry no, they never cry tears are for the hopeful ones.

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Letters / - to the Editor SISTERHOOD [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

Letters / - to the Editor SISTERHOOD (even at Capitol Campus) To the Editors and Students: "Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice, That's What Little Girls are Made Of," and if they keep in their place, this old saying will extend to the time they come to be BIG-cap girls. If they should forget their place, not only will they lose the meaning of this saying, but they'll be cast aside from society. After all, from birth, aren't women supposed to be treated like frail pieces of art? Women! Did you every think of all the rights you possess? As it stands right now, it wouldn't take much brain power 'cause you dont possess many. (From a man's point of view, that would include rights AND brain power). Sure, things seem cool here at Capitol Campus. After all, a lot of women on this campus wear jeans, and isn't that a step towards liberation? But holding your rights includes a lot more than an old pair of jeans. Are you really accepted for what you are . . . an individual, a true to l...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

Staff of the PdnitflliQt' CONTRIBUTORS: UOPilUIIUl. Samantha Bower Gregg Crescenzo Russ Matthews Jane McDonald Steve Wesley Nancy Shane Cheryl Boyes COPY EDITOR: Don Lewis Tom Hagan Ra V Nearhood MANAGING EDITOR: *mK "z, ° Lee Nell Steve Rosenzweig PHOTOGRAPHERS: P?° «,",!• Cliff Balson S.ke ,X! "Ver Doug DeLeon Steve Calhoun Tom Black Michael Blank

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That's Beside The Point [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

That's Beside The Point or mishmash from the bottom of my drawer by Samantha Bower I was cleaning out my written stuff the other day and found some things I thought were worth sharing. The first thing I wrote about 1967 or 1968. I think you'll recognize some of it. BEER FATIGUE Maybe you walk up the stairs and knock because the bell doesn't work, or down the alley and in the back door, tripping over trash and cats. The cats might follow you in, or the dog announce your arrival, but once inside the only animals that cause interest are the figures sitting, standing, smoking, drinking, playing guitar, or records, occasionally accentuating the rhythm by moving in time to the basic beat. Always the same only different. Maybe different drinks, or a slight variation in therange of music, or perhaps you're holding a mixed drink tonight instead of the beer of last night, and the noise might seem a little louder. But no matter what the place or time, several things are bound to be. ...

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New York Trip [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

New York Trip Tickets are still available for the field trip to New York. Over twenty-five students from Mr. Klain's "The City" course have already signed up. Students, Faculty, and Staff are welcome. The bus will leave from the rear parking lot of the Main Building at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 20. The return trip is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. of the same day. For reservations, phone 787-7953. The cost is $7.50 per person.

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or A Sou Autumn Breeze [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

or A Sou Autumn Breeze Words From The Other Side by Gregg Crescenzo Cool autumn breezes, bringing to the mind the same mysterious rushes of adjusting to a shorter day; working together bringing memories of our past to a vivid stream of emotion. We are a generation gone through hell, sowing seeds we hope would take root, bloom to a warmness, thrive in a spirit of community. Yet only so short a time in our journey to now, we were so very much younger and we lived for weekends. During the week a young woman stops for no conscious reason as the phone began to ring, 'is it him calling' the dance on Saturday night meant so much more than ending a young war; as the heart pulsed faster, now running down the stairs, 'it is him, he called—a Tale of Two Cities will now sound much better. Then calling friends and sharing the news of such burning elation, sleep that night was so much better. As the click was heard at the other end, another pulsing heart began to slow its pace, 'Jesus! ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

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LAST WEEK IH THE fFL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

LAST WEEK IH THE fFL by Steve Rosenzweig Last week, the Studs Blue beat the M&NTs 6-0 with Cryder scoring the lone six points for the Studs. The once-beaten XGIY defeated another top team, A.M.F., by the score of 19-6. In that game Steve Keggy scored once and Cal Yohe two times to lead the attack. Elward had a solo for A.M.F. The mightly Zappers had their toughest week of the teason losing three games in two days. On Wednesday the Zappers put up a good showing against the undefeated Trojans, losing 30-19. Mergenthel and Fazzie had two TD's and Hooke scored one for the Trojans. Stan Kobylanski, who scored five Zapper touchdowns last week, had the three Zapper scores in the game. The Trojans, doing what a great team should do, capitalized on three interceptions and turned them into scores. Following that great effort, the Zappers had to play the Hairy Hogs. The tired Zappers were shaved by the Hogs 26-13. Carlin scored once and Stephens three times for the Hogs. Mike...

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BOWLING LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

BOWLING LEAGUE Team Standings (as of 10-27-71) TEAM WIN LOSS AVERAGE 1 EmausGang 1054 VA .875 2 Pin Heads 10 2 .833 3 Prime-Times 8 4 .667 4 Gornik's 8 4 .667 5 Hermies 8 4 .667 6 Zappers 8 4 .667 7 Eng's 7 5 .583 8 Foul Balls 6 6 .500 9 XGI'A' 6 6 .500 10 Sam's Bar & Grille 4 4 .500 11 Dr. Shock (UTZ) 5 7 .417 12 No-Names 4V4 Th. .375 13 Lil' Studs 3 9 .250 14 What the 2 10 .167 15 T.S.C.C. 1 7 .125 16 XGI'B' 1 11 .083 HIGHS (as of 10-20-71) HIGH GAME 245 Norb Lindner HIGH TRIPLE ----- 571 Norb Lindner HIGH AVERAGE ---175 Norb Lindner

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X-Country —— [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

X-Country —— Capitol Campus vs. Shippensburg October 20,1971 6 Mile Name Time ^' nisn ce 1 Willy Duke :31.16 S 1 2 Jeff Halterman :32.03 S 2 3 Bob Abraham :32.03 S 2 4 DaleGarside :32.37 S 4 5 Mike Fowler :34.38 S 5 6 Ed DeCook :35.43 C 6 7 TimRumsey :36.27 C 7 8 RayBeamer :37.19 S 8 9 FredBarr :41.19 C 10 10 Rich Englehart :38.20 S 9 11 Placement C 11 12 Placement C 12 S = Shippensburg „, ,, „,. C = Capitol w 15 Shippensburg y L 46 Capitol Capitol Campus vs. FJizabethtown College October 28,1971 Place Runner School Time 1 JackSnader E 17:11 1 Charles Brown E 17:11 1 RonSpeicher E 17:11 4 JohnCoe E 17:33 5 Ed DeCook C 17:41 6 Dave Walsh E 17:43 7 BobDoherty E 18:05 8 TimRumsey C 19:26 9 FredBarr C 20:58 Capitol "no runner" Capitol "no runner" FJizabethtown College —16 Capitol Campus 43 (low score wins) Capitol Campus vs. York Campus, Messiah College October 26,1971 Place Runner School Time 1 JaySmik M 17:04 2 RayBrubaker M 17:43 3 Ed DeCook C 17:50 4 JimGreasn M 17:53 5 Bi...

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HAT'S HAPPENIN' AT CAPITOL???? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

HAT'S HAPPENIN' AT CAPITOL???? by Don Once again it is my job to explain, in some kind of detail, the social events for this week, but first I would like to ask two questions: 1) Is it really necessary for a few people to rip off all of the other people on campus by sneaking into events when others have to pay? 2) Why do some people on campus bitch and moan about activities when they aren't involved with anything here except going to a class now and then? Well, there are the questions, you supply the answers, and here are the activities this week for the people who do care! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4th PLAY: LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT This play, by Eugene O'Neill is another classical event sponsored by our Cultural Committee. The Cultural Committee has already sponsored some great activities that will be remembered here, such as the Charlie Byrd Concert and Interaction. The play will be presented by the Vanguard Theater. It will be at the Feaser School on Race Street in Middlet...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

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POET'S CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

POET'S CORNER by Michael Blank Lonely Acorn People tread upon you; crush your brown shell with their hardened souls. Can no earthly being hear your frightened plea from the ground. Lonely Man — An oak has fallen on you; crushed your barret) shell with its hardened trunk. Can no earthly being hear your frightened plea from the crave.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 4 November 1971

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