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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
THE BOOKSTORE In an attempt to better serve 3. What types of school supplies 6. List any other comments or the Capitol Campus Community, and accessories have you tried to concerns you have regarding the the members of the Bookstore purchase and been unable to do Bookstore. Activities Committee need your so? assistance. We would like suggestions from everyone as to the types of items you would like the Bookstore to carry. Please fill out and deposit this questionnaire in the box at the round table as soon as possible. 4 - Specify personal items you Help us to serve you better. would like the Bookstore to handle, (cough drops, bookbags, 1. If the Bookstore was to stock etc-) magazines, which ones would you buy? (please be specific) 2. What kind of popular 5. list any other items you wish paperback books would you be could be acquired at the interested in buying at the Bookstore. Bookstore? (mystery, fiction, etc.) Please remember, if you cannot find something in the Bookstore, ASK F...
PCPA PICKS NO. 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
PCPA PICKS NO. 1 PITTSBURGH-- Penn State dominated the second annual PCPA All-State Football Team picked by the state's collegiate sports editors in a poll conducted by the Pennsylvania Collegiate Press Association. All-American halfback Lydell Mitchell was selected Player-of-the-Year and coach Joe Paterno was selected Coach-of-the-Year to give the Nittany lions a sweep of these honors. Penn State had six players on the offensive unit and four on the defensive unit. Villanova and Temple each played three players on the team and Edinboro State had two players on the team. Villanova end Mike Siani and Mitchell were the only two repeaters on the team. Siani caught 49 passes for 960 yards and 14 touchdowns. Mitchell, whose 148.4 yards per game rushing average ranked him among the national leaders, scored 29 TDs to set an NCAA record.
WOMEN FOR ACTION! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
WOMEN FOR ACTION! Women - come out and meet the opposition! The new schedule is out for the Winter '72 Intramurals. Get together now and sign up for any of the activities starting January 11. Coed sports offered: Bowling, Quoits, Volleyball, Shuffleboard and Pinochle. If you want that recreation and fun you've been talking about sign up early so you don't miss out!
Equipment Check-out [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Equipment Check-out Equipment may be checked out by any student, faculty or staff member for a two day loan period. The person's signature and University ID card is required. ID cards will not be returned until equipment is returned or fees paid for replacement. Lost or broken equipment must be purchased. Any fees will not exceed the delivery and purchase price for new equipment. Receipts must be received when charges are paid at the Recreation/Athletics Building between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Rec/Athletic Council [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Rec/Athletic Council Any students interested in becoming new members of the Recreation/Athletic Council, please apply at the Recreation/Athletic Building. Applicants will be selected by the present members of the Recreation/Athletic Council to fill posts vacated by non-active members. The purpose of this group will be to help determine the present and future direction of the Capitol Campus Recreation, Athletic and Intramural Programs. It is open to any student, male or female, that is interested in working for a better Capitol Campus program.
Basketball News [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Basketball News Captains' Meeting For IMs Thursday, January 13 ("> 12:30 P.M. in the Rec/Aths Building. Captains (or a team representative) will meet to determine type of tournament, play dates, times and vote on Championship tournament. Mandatory for each team to have a representative present.
Assistants Needed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Assistants Needed The varsity basketball squad needs an additional recreation/athletics aide to help with the duties of the squad. Duties: Statistics, equipment, liming, taping, assigned duties. Benefits: $1.60 per hour of work. Free travel to all games. Free meals with the team. If you are interested, please see Bob Stanley today. Rec/Aths Building 7S7-7751.
Important Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Important Meeting Thursday, January 13-^ 5:00 P.M. in the Rec/Aths Building. Officials will,select hours for employment. YOU MUST ATTEND!! Rules, interpretations and questions will be discussed. Any rule changes will be voted upon at the meeting by captains (or representative) and officials.
1971-72 Basketball Roster [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
1971-72 Basketball Roster Bentley, Patrick Etna,Pa. 5'-ll" Business 20 Betoni, Theodore Glenolden, Pa. 6'-l" Social Science 20 Chupka . John Leechberg, Pa. 6'-5" Business 21 Fill, Leonard Sharpsville. Pa. 6'-0" Engineering 20 Guss, Robert Woodlyn,Pa. 5'-8" Engineering 25 Helstab, Frank Philadelphia,Pa. 5'-ll" Business 24 Hook, Paul West Newton, Pa. 6'-2" Business 21 Hutter, Steve Pittsburgh, Pa. 5'-10" Social Science 20 Leonard, Francis Philadelphia, Pa. 6'-3" Business 22 Miller, Richard Highspire, Pa. 5'-8" Business 20 Rumsey, Timothy Chester, Pa. 5'-5" Humanities 20 Sites, Edgar Highspire, Pa. 5'-ll" Social Science 20 Coach: William Aungst
"FALL 1971" ALL-SPORTS AWARD STANDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
"FALL 1971" ALL-SPORTS AWARD STANDINGS Gorniks 1284.5 Points First Place (Team name on All-Sports Plaque located in Rec/Aths Building) XGI 1007.3 Points Second Place Zappcrs 372.0 Points Third Place Foul Balls 357.0 Points Fourth Place AMF 330.0 Points Studs 212.0 Points Engs 200.0 Points Green Knights 169.0 Points M&M 133.0 Points Ul Studs 107.0 Points Cork Screws -0- Points GORNIKS TEAM ROSTER Bob Lope/. Fran Albarilli Ray Castor Sue Nichols Gary Gold Mike Ferranzzo Cindy Steward Russ Matthews Bill Bailey Mary Lou Rodgers Jack Bailey Ray Doran Dave Brown Bob Ushler Ed Tolan Bruce Wilson Dave Caddick
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
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STATE EXECUTIVE ADDRESSES CAPITOL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
STATE EXECUTIVE ADDRESSES CAPITOL by Bob Bonaker Last Thursday evening, January 13, the Honorable Ronald Lench, Pennsylvania Secretary of Administration, addressed a group of students representing the Business Club and Delta Tau Kappa, the Social Science Honor Society. Mr. Lench spoke about what he considered were the important accomplishments of the first year of the Administration of Governor Shapp. Lench said it was a year in which the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette was quoted as saying, "The Shapp team had a remarkable record." Lench is responsible for managing the Office of Administration which handles matters concerning personnel, labor relations, accounting, and data processing. His office is often described as the most important and powerful cabinet post in the Executive Branch of the Commonwealth. The Secretary originates from Beaver Falls in Western Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Penn State and received his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently ...
Public Interest Group Formed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
Public Interest Group Formed HARRISBURG - The Penna. Assn. of College and University Student Governments announced today unanimous approval of formation of the first Pa. Public Interest Research Group, fashioned at the request and on guidelines of consumer advocate Ralph Nader. The group met at Harrisburg Area Community College before Christmas in their first major student body leader meeting since the Association's founding earlier this year. State Chairman Stephen R. Reed stated that a petition drive on major campuses in the state will start almost immediately to garner student body support before approaching Boards of Trustees for permission to raise student activities fees to pay for the new venture. He said the plan is working very successful in Minnesota and that new PIRG's are starting in Oregon, Wisconsin and Vermont. "The petition specifically asks for an increase in student activities fees for this purpose in the amount of two dollars per semester. This amount is ...
LIBRARY FACES A CRITICAL SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
LIBRARY FACES A CRITICAL SITUATION Interviewer: Tom Black Our library, however small or inadequate it may seem to some, is growing at a fast pace and may soon burst its physical seams if nothing is done in the immediate future. To get an accurate picture of exactly what the present situation is and what the future holds in store for the library, this paper held a candid interview with Dr. Jacob, Head Librarian. Doctor Jacob, what is the present situation concerning available space in the library and what will it be in the near future? I would say that the library does face a somewhat critical space situation. Now and within the next two years the library will face an increasingly grave situation with respect to space accommodation fot its various operations. What has and is the cause of this situation? Basically the facts are we presently hold 60,000 volumes. Our total capacity in our present physical setting is approximately 80,000 volumes. We are growing at a rate of 13,00...
"Did You Hear The One About . . . ?" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
"Did You Hear The One About . . . ?" Editorial "We, the Student Government Association of the Capitol Campus of the Pennsylvania State University hereby strongly recommend to the Office of Student Affairs and to all other offices or associations of this University which deal in the allocation of University facilities, that any student or groups of students who wish to utilize the facilities of the before mentioned institution for educational and/or cultural endeavors be permitted to do so without the necessity of such an endeavor being sponsored by a chartered student organization. This is a proposal by a group of students which was submitted to the S.G.A. at their last weekly meeting. The essence of this proposal was accepted unanimously and was sent to University Park for approval. Wonderful. How long will it take to change the rule requiring charter sponsorship to use University facilities? In the words of Terry Wimmer, "A longtime." Granted, the system and its red tape...