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Vol. 2 No. 5
from the HEAD SHOP
(and other activities)
Speakers for next term was the
main topic at the November 23 meet
ing of the Capitol Campus Head Shop.
These speakers will be presented on
February 17 and 18 or February 23
and 24. Plans were set in motion
also for “Beware Week” and Christ
mas. Topping off the evening’s busi
ness' were discussions on Hot Line
operations and literature for stu
Some of the speakers considered
for next term were:
1. Marathon Players—a creative,
.highly acclaimed group of ex
users who act out situations and
relationships involving drug use.
2. Linwood Fielder—of the Harris
burg Mental Health Center.
3. Allan Fox—director of Drug Ed
ucation Activities (DEA) and a
law student at Temple.
4. John Swisher—who holds a re
search grant from the federal
government in the field of drugs
and who helped set up DEA at
Temple. Swisher is a member
of the Penn State faculty in the
Next term will also hold in store a
surprise week to be known as “Be
ware Week.” Another bit of a sur
prise was planned, too. Christmas is
to be held on December 9 this year
complete with a Christmas tree and
caroling in the halls.
Plans were made at the meeting to
stock the library with some new campus which was released previous
books on the subject of drugs. These ly to the Capitolist was,based on er
books will be reviewed by Head §>hop roneous information. The indications
personnel before their inclusion with now are that a college official does
the existing literature. Pamphlets not have to be present during a raid,
and other printings will be made a- and that students can be held respon
vailable to students as the Head Shop sible to the law whether there is a
continues on its Drug Education Pro- college official present or not. A
gram. Dickinson College official concurs in
It was pointed out at the meeting a letter which was read at the meet
that the policy involving busts on ing. The Head Shop stands corrected.
WINTER TERM REGISTRATION SCHEDULE
The following registration schedule Friday, January 8, 1971
has been announced by the Academic RETURNING JUNIORS
Services Office: Time Last Names
Tuesday, January 5, 1971 8:30 8:50 U thru Z
5:30 to 8:00 p.m.— 9:00 9:20 R thru T
9:30 9:50 O thru Q
10:00 10:20 L thru N
10:30 10:50 H thru K
11:00 11:20 E thru G
11:30—11:50 A thru D
12:00 1:00 LUNCH
1:00 1:45 Late Registrants
All Registration will close at 1:45
p.m. on Friday.
The Academic Services Office will be
open from 6-7 p.m. on Monday and
Tuesday, January 11 and 12 for late
registration of Graduate, Non-degree
and Adjunct Students. All students
registering after 1:45 on Friday,
January 8 will pay the $lO fee for
the privilege of late registration.
Proxy registration is not authorized.
Wednesday, January 6, 1971
5:30 to 6:30 p.m.—
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.—Adjuncts
Thursday, January 7, 1971
RETURNING SENIORS ONLY
Time Last Names
10:00 10:20 0 thru Q
10:30 10:60 R thru T
11:00 11:20 A thru D
11:30—11:50 E thru G
12:00 1:00 LUNCH
1:00 1:20 U thru Z
1:30 1:50 H thru K
2:00 2:20 L thru N
2:30 2:50 ALL NEW
JUNIORS and Re-Admits
“All The News That Fits . . . We Print”
CAPITOL CAMPUS Middletown, Pa.
JAN DEITZLER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
by Tom Hagan
As some students may already
know, Jan Deitzler drowned this past
summer in the Brownstone Quarry
near Middletown. He was to be a
senior at Capitol Campus this year.
The following is part of a letter
which is being distributed through
out the Campus:
“Jan’s death came as a sudden
shock to all of us who knew him. In
his memory, we want to establish a
loan fund which would be available to
students on an interest-free basis.
Therefore, we ask your help in con
tributing to the Jan Deitzler Fund.
You may send your contributions to
the Student Affairs Office, Capitol
Campus, or to Dr. Jacob Susskind,
Many people involved in Capitol
Campus, including administrators,
faculty, and students, have expressed
the desire to see the establishment of
scholarships and interest free loans
for Capitol Campus students.
Most importantly, this would help
students from low income families.
With the establishment of the Jan
Deitzler Fund, part of the wish for
financial aid will be realized. If you
would like to particpate in the future Jan Deitzler Scholarship Fund estab
of Capitol Campus, feel free to con- lished 1,1 Ws memory,
tact the above offices. It is certain
ly a most worthwhile cause.
FORMAN RESIGNS C.C.S.C.
by Ro Scanlon
At the Social Committee meeting
of November 20, Steve Forman,
Chairman, told the members of his
decision to resign from the, office.
Within a few days, his resignation
was accepted by SGA President Lee
As the chairmanship of the Social
Committee is an appointed office,
Forman asked Levan to find another
chairman immediately. Forman re
commended A 1 Litwak.
Forman’s resignation can be at
tributed primarily to the C.C.S.C.’s
threatened budget cut by the SGA.
The C.C.S.C.’s $5,000 budget was
approved by the SGA in early Nov.
However, at the November 18 meet
ing Senator Len Thompson proposed
to reopen budget discussions. The
Social Committee’s allottment was
Forman felt the C.C.S.C. needed all
of the $5,000 to plan future activities,
and was frustrated by the idea that
SGA could recall his budget at any
Another complaint that preceded
Forman’s resignation was that the
Social Committee did not involve the
community to any great extent. For
man felt that the Social Committee’s
responsibility is primarily to plan
activities for the student body.
December 8, 1970