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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

£ ^ ^ ^q^^^^o> as^)FJa^^ COUPON = ' ^n—$ £'m v iiL I Buy a /McDonald's **M jgHHHk ^u\k^\\^^u\^i\: 388 I and get one FREE with this coupon! ^IIBBP^ I GOOD AT MIDDLETOWN MCDONALD'S LOCATION „„,.„, „„.„.„. I LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER. DOUBLE CHEESEBURGER I Mr. Operator: This coupon was distributed by I TwS sif ces of me"ty nche r <?da7 cheese I Captiol Campus in conjunction with McDonald's, : KetchuP C an5 mus?i?5'e II 2270 W. Hbg. Pike, Middletown, Pa. Please honor it * served on a fresh Mghtiy toasted bun JIL and return for a full refund. 1 g&ti i ¦ ¦ "» »" ¦ mmmmmmm OFFER EXPIRES JUNE I, 1972 ¦ jrtjmJK )

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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A SYMBOL OF GR0WIN6 PRIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

A SYMBOL OF GR0WIN6 PRIDE AFRICAN NAMES FOR BLACK NEWBORN: Copyright 1971 DNS Int. VIA DISPATCH NEWS SERVICE New York (Community News Service)--Until recently, black parents were answering Shakespeare's "What's in a name?" by memorializing through their children such historic figures as Roosevelt, Lincoln, and Washington. But now Harlem's side streets ring with such cries as "Lumumba, dinner's ready" and its stores with "Kenyatta, don't touch that." And according to Harlem Hospital, which reported more than 60 African names out of a total of 233 births in January, there'll also be a lot of Angelas (named for Angela Davis) running around soon. "We've finally reached a point where we're acting like proud, black people and it's time for us to show it in the children who are coming up," commented the mother of three-month-old Lumumba Baraka Pryor. "I hope he'll emulate the men he's named for. Both men (Patrice Lumumba and Imamu Amiri Baraka, or Leroi Jones) contributed a greal...

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H.I.P. - The Alternative in Harrisnuro [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

H.I.P. - The Alternative in Harrisnuro There's a new newspaper in town-the Harrisburg Independent Press. With offices at 1004 N. Third Street, Harrisburg, H.I.P. is now entering its second month of publication. It is the product of the full-time efforts of five dedicated people--Edward Zuckerman, Anita Harris, Mary Walsh, Dick Sassaman and Sarah Forth. Zuckerman, who recently gave up his post of Editor in favor of the "more democratic" editorial staff, is largely responsible for the paper's early success. Originally the brainchild of Fred Solowey of the Harrisburg 8 defense committee, H.I.P. owes its existence to the organizing and recruiting abilities of Mr. Zuckerman. Contacted in July of this year, Zuckerman went to work and, with the help of his colleagues, produced the first issue on October 7, 1971. As stated in the first issue, the Harrisburg Independent Press is a ...truly independent newspaper, dedicated to: (1) Serving the Greater Harrisburg Area with a responsible...

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U.S. Parole Board Under Attack From inmates [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

U.S. Parole Board Under Attack From inmates by Karl Purnell [Mr. Purnell is Washington correspondent for Dispatch News Service International.] Washington, D.C.-When 261 women prisoners staged a general strike at the Alderson Federal Penitentiary in West Virginia this fall, their primary goal was no less than the reform of the powerful bureaucracy which controls their freedom. "Having observed the workings of the U.S. Parole Board and its effects on our sisters here, we join with the prisoners of the Federal Prisons at Danbury and Springfield in demanding that necessary changes be made." they wrote in a signed statement of protest. The riot and the demands were virtually ignored by the press, although as a result sixty-six women were exiled to a reformatory in Kentucky and additional male guards hired at the prison to prevent further outbreaks. The U.S. Parole Board also came under recent attack by a group of prisoners at the Danbury Federal Penitentiary in Connecticut who as...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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LAST WEEK IH THE m [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

LAST WEEK IH THE m — SPORTS — 12 3 4 Trojans 7 0 0 6 13 XGFs 0 6 6 0 12 That's how the final score stood in the championship game of the Rag Football League. The Trojans, after beating A.M.F. and the Studs, won the right to play the tough XGFs and they were victorious. The game seemed to be all Trojans in the beginning. The first time the Trojans got the ball they scored. They forced the XGI's to punt shortly after the opening kick-off and Gene Fazzie made a good return to mid-field. Then Paul Roberts made a beautiful run from that point for a TD. John Mergenthaler scored what turned out to be the winning extra point. The XGFs then were guilty of another mistake. A Larry White pass was intercepted by Gene Fazzie and he returned it 20 yards to the XGI 10 yard line. This was the end of the first quarter. Then the XGI's got tough and held the Trojans from the ten. The big play was on fourth down when Steve Wesley knocked down an apparent touchdown pass. Spurred on by tough "D...

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CAPITOL CAMPUS BOOSTERS CLUB SUPPORTS VARSITY BASKETBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

CAPITOL CAMPUS BOOSTERS CLUB SUPPORTS VARSITY BASKETBALL A major concern of the newly formed organizations is Varsity Basketball which begins it's season on Saturday, January 8, 1972 against the Shippensburg Frosh at Shippensburg StateCollege. Game time is 6:00 p.m. The club has been formed to make the student body, faculty, staff, administration and members of the community aware of the varsity sports programs, intramural sports programs, recreation/sports clubs and leisure activities of Captiol Campus. A feeling of participation and by Mike Dini "community'' is developing at Capitol Campus and YOU are a part of it. A Capitol Campus Boosters Club has been formed by a group of concerned students who see the need for the continuance of a viable educational/athletic program at Captiol Campus. The club also looks to establishing a concern for research, support and participation in all sports programs and activities conducted by and at Capitol Campus and at times the University ...

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FLAG FOOTBALL Fall 1971 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

FLAG FOOTBALL Fall 1971 All-Sports Team Constant Wins Sub Total Entry Total Studs (Blue) 18 8 144 -0- 144 AMF 18 10 180 25 205 Studs (Gold) 18 F -0- F F DMZ 18 F -O FF XGI 18 11 198 25 223 M&M's 18 6 108 25 133 Green Knights 18 8 144 25 169 Gorniks 18 5 90 25 115 Zappers 18 4 72 25 97 Placement as of 11 -23-71 Gorniks 984.5 XGFs 702.3 AMF 330.0 Studs 185.0 Green Knights 169.0 Zappers 160.0 M&M's 133.0 Cork Screws -0-

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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Complaints by a Student [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

Complaints by a Student (Continued from page I) determines that Powell has been discriminated against, the regulations may be tested in court. Gautreau holds the position that anyone who works in Food Services must realize that sanitation is an integral part of his job. "But if he wants to cover his goatee, we have decided he can come back to work. If he shaved it off we would welcome him back.", Gautreau asserted. He further stated, "If he doesn't agree with the regulations, he should fight them. I personally believe the rules to be valid. But the letter I got from the Civil Rights people wanted to know if we were discriminating against him as an individual. This isn't so. This regulation is enforced without discrimination." Powell further stated his position in the matter: "This isn't a problem between personalities, its a problem of semantics. I don't hold a grudge against Mr. Gautreau or anyone else on campus. I'm just trying to have the University change the regulation....

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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The B. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

The B. C. Among the Datsun 510, Chevy Vega, Toyota Corona, Ford Pinto, V.W. Super Beetle, AMC Gremlin, Opel 1900, and Pengeot 304 "Consumer Report" rated Toyota Corona Mark III the best overall auto. The Datsun 510 was a close second. Food Fair Tomato Soup is rated as good as Campbells and Great American. If you have purchased any Evening Shadow dinnerware from Sears . since February, 1970, it should be returned. This silverware was found to contain seven times the amount of lead considered safe. Good wine buy - Gallo Chabris Blanc. Cliff Heath Ford of Pittsburgh has agreed to stop turning back odometers. Don't use Spice of Life or Country Tavern Meat Tenderizer because it may contain pure sodium nitrate (a poison). AAMCO Automatic Transmission Inc. has at least eight of its franchises under court order to stop trapping customers into expensive and sometimes phony repairs. Be careful about giving pop-top cans of pudding to children. School nurses and doctors have reported th...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971

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FINANCIAL AID Htm THE B.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972

FINANCIAL AID Htm THE B.C. Need some money to help toward higher education costs? One way to obtain it is by applying for a P.H.E.A.A. scholarship. If your combined parents income is less than $15,000 and your parents help pay most of your college costs, you might be entitled to $750.00 to help pay tuition costs. As Miss Jennings stated, "The applicant must only be able to demonstrate a need." "There are some obstacles, however, that must be overcome before you can start counting the money. One is that the applicant must have a cumulative average of 2.0. Another is that the application form is only available in the Spring term between the months of" March and late May. If you drive a car there are other requirements that must be met in order to receive the scholarship. The P.H.E.A.A. only grants scholarships to people who have use of cars if: they are student teaching; employed off campus; living off campus; disabled or have a cei tain hardship case wiiich must be approved o...

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