The capitolist. (Middletown, Pa.) 1969-1973, March 02, 1972, Image 4

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1972 Varsity
Capitol's varsity basketball
team stretched its winning streak
to two games by defeating
Northeastern Christian Junior
College on February 22.
The Lions traveled all the way
to the suburbs of Philadelphia to
come off with an 86 to 80
victory. The bus which was to
transport the lions to the
Villanova Fieldhouse was late in
arriving, consequently the game
started over an hour late.
Capitol got untracked early
and sprung out to a big lead but
Christian, trailed by only five at
the half, 41-36. The teams
stayed close together for much
of the second period and were in
a tie at 66 with only three
minutes remaining. Then the
Lions creamed Christian with a
late scoring spree and won by six
Five Lions got into double
figures with guard Rick Miller
leading the way with 21 points.
Joe Duda, back in shape after a
nagging injury, followed with
19. Ted Sites had 14 markers
and Paul Hook had 14 points
and contributed 14 rebounds.
Larry Chupka added 11 points
and Steve Hutter followed with
Earlier this season, Capitol
obliterated the Christians, 124
to 75. The win gives the Lions a
record of four wins and nine
Capitol played its final home
game of the season, losing to
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Steven's Trade School 90 to 79,
on February 25th. The Lions
actually played two games; their
valiant effort of the first half
when they at one time had an 18
point lead, and the second half
when the Traders made up 29
points to win by 11.
The Lions burst out to a 9-0
lead at the start and soon held a
28 to 14 margin. Capitol
commited its first personal foul
with only 5:20 remaining in
the half. Bob Guss' three-point
play gave the home club a 43-25
bulge. Capitol led 47-35 at
The smaller Traders from
Lancaster employed a full-court
press for much of the second
half and forced the Lions into
many costly turnovers. The
Traders tenacity paid off as they
took the lead for the first time
at 68-67 with 6:03 left in the
game. Capitol regained the lead
and led by one with 3:43
remaining. Stevens then reeled
off 11 straight points to put the
game out of reach for the Lions.
Laskos of Stevens was the
game's high scorer with 29
points. Steve Hutter and Rick
Miller each had 17 to pace the
Lions. Ted sites had 13 points
for Capitol. Paul Hook's 16
points !Ave him a season total of
276 in 14 games, a Capitol
Campus season record. Hook
also snared 18 rebounds, giving
him 223 for the year, also a
school record. The loss gave
Capitol a 410 won-lost record.
if in before noon
9 AM to 7:30 PM
Sun. 10 AM to 2 PM
Ping Pong
1972 Champ
Len Thompson
The 1972 Capitol Campus
Ping Pong tournament was
captured by Len Thompson.
Thompson brushed past four
opponents en route to this year's
crown. Thompson won a hotly
contested final 3 game set with
Ken Debiak. The scores were:
16-21, 21-17, and 21-16. Last
year's champion, Tom Leister,
failed to make the deadline on
his first match and forfeited out
of this year's tournament.
Ironically, Thompson was
disqualified from last year's
tourney for failing to make the
registration deadline. It would
prove to be an interesting match
if fate ever brings the two
champs together.
HOT LINE -.944-1033
Sprig Term
ludo Instruction
Instruction in Judo is being
offered to men/women Capitol
Campus students, faculty and
staff. The program will begin
April 10 in the Rec/Aths
Building at 8:00 P.M.
Membership will be open to the
first 20 persons registering at the
ReciAths Building deadline
for registration will be March 20.
The program will be open to
novices and beginners.
Depending on individual interest
there will be opportunities for
competition. Instruction nights
will be Monday and Wednesday
from 8-10:00 P.M. The cost for
the program is $lO per person,
and this fee is not refundable.
Judo ghias may be checked out
nightly to persons with valid ID
cards. Locker room facilities
with showers are available. The
course will end Wednesday, June
14, 1972.
NOTE: This activity is open
to men and women.
Intramural Weightlifting
Entry Deadline:
March 11, 1912
On Tuesday, March 7, the
second intramural weightlifting
championship will be held at
Capitol Campus, The entry
deadline will be March 6, at 5:00
P.M. The event will be held at
6:30 P.M. in the Rec/Aths
Building. Awards will be
presented to the first 2 places
per weight class and team points
will be for the All-Sports Plaque.
Points will also be awarded to
each participant for the
Individual, Outstanding Athlete
The contest will be "open"
and each participant will be
graded under AAU rules and the
Hoffman Compensation
The three lifts that will be
used are:
1. Sit-up with weight behind
the neck.
2. One-hand deadlift.
3. Bench pass
Sign-up at the Rec/Aths
Question ? ? ? ? Call:
Varsity Basketball
Top High Season Scorers Since 1968
(As of February 23, 1912)
Art Feinberg
Paul Hook
Art Feinberg
Paul Alter
Rick Miller
Jack Hoerner
Joe Duda
Bill Bresnahan
Bill Garrett
Ray Hoover
Dave McCudden
Bill Wetzel
Larry Chupka
Basketball Playoffs for 1912 Winter Intramurals
AMF Blue vs No Trains (Div. A) Monday 2/28 6:00
TrOjans vs Brotherhood (Div. B) Monday 2/28 7:00
Div. A. Winners vs Foul Balls Tuesday 2/29 8:00
Div. B. Winners vs XGI A Tuesday 2/29 9:00
Semi Finals 8:00 March 1 Base Gym
Play-off 8:00 March 2 Base Gym
Final Game 8:00 March 6 Base Gym
(As of February 23,1972)
1. All in the Family
2. F. 0.8.0.
3. Pinheads
4. XGI
5. 103rd Engineers Plus 5i
6. WZAP Baetzum
7. Hermies
8. Dr. Shock
9. Emaus Gang
10. No Names
11. Last Laugh
12. Lil' Studs and Bob
All in the Family 4 Emaus Gang
Pinheads 4 Lil' Studs and Bob
F. 0.8.0. 2 Hermies
XGI 3 Dr. Shock
103rd Engineers Plus 'h. 3 Last Laugh
WZAP Baetzum 4 No Names
Men's Individual Standings
HIGH AVG. Cliff Claypool 181 Ken Debiak 169 Norb Lindner 166
HIGH SE Cliff Claypool 617 Ken Debiak 576 Norb Lindner 572
HIGH GAME Cliff Claypool 238 Ken Debiak 221 Ron Warhola 219
Women's Individual Standings
HIGH AVG Mary Jo Mackanich 126 Renee Green 123
HIGH SERIES Renee Green 421 Mary Jo Mackanich 421
HIGH GAME Nancy Flowers 157 Renee Green 155
TRISH in Room W-105.
Interested In:
Competing with
club @ other schools
Time Available
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Thursday, March 2, 1972
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This Week's Results
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