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MAT'SHAPPENIN'r%l vMrllvL * • • • [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
MAT'SHAPPENIN'r%l vMrllvL * • • • by Don Here's another week! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11 CULTURAL FILM SERIES - "DELTA BLUES SINGER" and also James "Sonny" Ford Thomas at the Coffee House, 946 A Kirtland Ave. Don't feel like studying? Stop over to the Coffee House to see a free flick and hear some music! Starts at 8 pjn. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 SPECIAL FOLK CONCERT at the Student Center, featuring Christoper/Lawrence from Robert Morris College in Pittsburgh and Hank Imhoff. This event will start off a really great weekend. The concert Lewis starts at 9 p.m. and admission is $.50, or $.25 with an activity card. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13 ALL U-DAY AT UNIVERSITY PARK. This is the day when the Park invites all its forgotten brothers and sisters from other campuses to visit its wonderful education factory. Anyway, it should be a great day. If you are going up on the bus, it will leave from the front of the Main Building at 9 a.m. Saturday morning. (If you need a ride at the last minute, there...
From The Prez [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
From The Prez (con't. from p. 1) of Student Affairs, but Fve got to be realistic. There just isn't the manpower in the office to get everything done. (That doesn't sound very optimistic.) "Well, like I said, it's important to be realistic. The thing is that this whole mess is going to be a real test of the concern and abilities of Student Affairs, S.G.A., the Social Committee, and so on. We'll soon see whether the students will benefit. We're learning more - not just in terms of our positions - but in regard to ourselves. That's why I think we're going to succeed. (What are the specific problems that are most important and of immediate concern?) "There're a lot of things. For the past couple of days, Fve really been involved with the Security on Campus. My concern is twofold. First, I'm worried about how some students think nothing of driving so recklessly on Campus. I can't see any excuses for doing 50 miles an hour in a 20 mile an hour area like Meade Heights, for example....
That's Beside The Point [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
That's Beside The Point or-guess who's going to India this year? By Samantha Bower Once upon a time there was a school of fish swimming along in a cold western current. They were generally happy, but had a tendency to get caught in stagnant pools.. But they usually pulled out in time before their brains were deeply affected. One day, while investigating an eastern-flowing current, they noticed a different fish peacefully and slowly swimming by itself. They met and exchanged watery greetings. The school invited the loner to join them, so he bubbled "thank you" and did so. Some of the younger fish were attracted to the stranger and spent hours talking with it. They even disturbed it when it was trying to feed. Other fish were very attracted to it, but were embarrassed to admit their curiosity. Because of their mixed emotions and their suppressed desires towards the stranger, they disparaged it behind its tail. But it didn't mind. Often there would be a faint echo in the wate...
The B. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
The B. C. This is the first of a weekly series of Business Club articles which are designed to assist the Capitol Campus Community in any area dealing with money or business. Future articles will cover such topics as consumer affairs, food stamps, tax, budgeting or poor business practices of local merchants, school or government. We will answer any questions or print any comments students faculty or staff may have concerning business topics. Please feel free to leave any questions or comments in the Business office (W-154) or call Wayne at 944,1748 or Tom at 238-7479. Don't feel that any questions or problems you have are insignificant. If you are having trouble with a local merchant, the bookstore, or your tax returns there are probably many others with the same problem. So again we stress, feel free to ask for our help or permit us to print your comments. This week we are presenting information on the Senior Citizen Property Tax Assistance Act. This Act does not affect us ...
SPORTS LAST WEEK IH THE Th [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
SPORTS LAST WEEK IH THE Th By Steve Rosenzweig Not too much went on in the FFL last week with rain cancelling a number of games. But the big story was Them beating the Trojans 14-13 in a toughly fought contest. Chuck Porter and Joe Hudock had TD's for the winners. If Them doesn't win it all this year they will certainly be almost unbeatable next year with most of their lettermen returning. In other games the M&M's beat the Gornicks 19-7. McFadden scored two touchdowns and Poidence one for the victors. Lopez had the only Gornicks tally. The Studs Blue shut out the Hairy Hogs 28-0, with scores by Rush, Krumsky, and two by Hall. The Hairy Hogs then did the best thing they could do all year. They forfeited to two of the top teams in the league, the XGI's and A.M.F. The Hairy Hogs have thus been thrown out of the league. Coming to the end of the season I see the top five teams for the playoffs as being XGI's, Trojans, A.M.F., Them and the Green Knights. Fm going all the...
INDIVIDUAL OUTSTANDING ATHLETE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
INDIVIDUAL OUTSTANDING ATHLETE W L T F Bye Part Place Total Wesley 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 Lopez 110 0 0 2 1 3 Hadock 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 Doran 110 0 1 2 1 3 Cummings 3 10 0 0 2 7 9 Brown 0 10 0 0 2 0 2 Bomberger 0 10 0 0 2 0 2 Ferranzzo 110 0 0 2 1 3 White 2 10 0 0 2 4 6 Mathews 0 10 0 0 2 0 2 Mulfinger 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 Ushlcr 110 0 0 2 1 3 Kurtz 4000 0 2 10 12 Gold 0 10 0 0 2 0 2 Participations 24 Participants 1 5
SMILIN' FACES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
SMILIN' FACES by Steve Wesley and Steve Rosenzweig Dr. Patterson is worried because his class is beginning to sit in rows -- Let's not Americanize everyone, John. The toilet at 95IB Kirtland is broken again-stop by and send your condolences. Roses are red Violets are blue Sugar is sweet And who gives a shit! A term paper more than 15 pages is inhuman and should be considered a war crime. Brain Puzzler: What's more difficult? Getting through the Berlin wall or getting out of the library? He is coming! Teacher Evaluation: 26% of teachers cancel either Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday classes because a direct ive from the Administration said not to cancel Friday classes. The remaining 74% cancel Friday classes. Three cheers for a strong Administration. Who is Sessy Tinglepitz? Thoreau paid $33.14 for his lumber. Dr. Susskind reads "Smilin Faces". (This has been a paid announcement) Some people eat to live while others live to eat. Belated Birthday wishes to Iris Prager. S...
POET'SCORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
POET'SCORNER by Cheryl Boyes roses are pink they'll give you a wink! if you've had as much drink as fills up the sink (this poem stinks!) guess who's a fink a rinky dink and a missing link wearing a mink made of zinc and oil ah! foiled again! curse you, pink link! with your enormous coils and labrynth ways. ..
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
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! OFFICIAL TIMES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 11 November 1971
! OFFICIAL TIMES IThe new Recreation/Athletics Building hours have been announced. They are open from 12:00 Noon to 9:30 P.M. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, and from 12:00 Noon to 5:00 P.M. on Fridays. The hours are from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. on Saturdays and Sundays. The Base Gym is open from 6:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. on Mondays, Tuesdays. Wednesdays, and Thursdays. It is closed on Fridays, but open from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. every Saturday and Sunday.
The Student With A Goatee [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
The Student With A Goatee by Bob Bonaker THe battle over whether a student can work in Housing and Food Services with a beard rages on. That battle may reach a climax this academic year. A Capitol Campus student, Jack Powell, has taken his case for the beard to the American Civil liberties Union. At the beginning of the fall term Powell was hired as a student employee of the cafeteria. At his hiring he had relatively short hair and a trim moustache, complying with the conditions for employment in Housing and Food Services of the Pennsylvania St. University. The conditions of employment as stated in the regulations, state the following on the issue of hair length: 1. Men students - straight sideburns not extending below the earlobes will be permitted. 2. Men students -- small moustaches neatly trimmed will be permitted. 3. Men students -- beards and goatees will not be permitted. 4. Men students - long hair must be completely covered by a hairnet. White caps will be worn by...
Everyone's A Star [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Everyone's A Star The Performance of the SCLC Choir and Band of Philadelphia 11/20/71 Perhaps the best way to describe* the performance of the SCLC Freedom Choir and Band of Philadelphia would be to quote the title of one of their numbers, "Everyone's a Star". This very talented group of young Black performers more than fulfilled their purpose of "Bringing a message to the people". The broad and rich culture of the Black Community was artistically exemplified through contemporary Black Gospel music, comedy sketches that displayed Black humor, and African Dancing that reflected a strong and colorful heritage. As much as the first three acts of the program displayed pride in heritage and culture, the last act "Songs of Freedom" pointed to where we are today and where we should be tomorrow. Through their own renditions of songs such as "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and "You Can Make It If You Try" the Choir and Band transmitted a message of Love and Unity for the future. Overa...
Speak Hard [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Speak Hard A diverse group of women from "The Lancaster Women's Liberation Center" and also members of P.W.R. (Pennsylvanians for Women's Rights) will speak on a number of pertinent issues in reference to women's rights. The floor will be open for questions and discussion. A coffee hour will follow in the Gallery Lounge. AUDITORIUM 7:30 MONDAY, DECEMBER 6