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February 1, 1973
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The Ski Club of Capitol
Campus will hold a bake sale on
February 6 in Vendorville
starting at 8 a.m. and continuing
throughout the day. Be sure to
stop down for a snack between
The next meeting of the Ski
Club will be held on February 6
at 7:30 p.m. in the Student
Center. Group pictures will be
taken at this time for the
The Ski Club is planning a
trip to Vermont during the
semester break in March. The
total approximate cost of the
trip is eighty dollars. A deposit
of twenty five dollars is required
and can be paid at the Ski Club
meeting on February 13.
Nostalgia Week will be
initiated with a jiving rock 'n roll
revival show featuring the
Stomping Suede Greasers.
The Greasers are a six man
group with piano, bass, guitar,
drums, and all kinds of
saxophones. They will recreate
all the nostalgic highs of the
bop-rock era with a 2:00 - 4:30
performance in the auditorium
(free admission), on Monday,
Feb. 12. "Their sound
personifies an anthology of all
the rock greats: Berry, Presley,
Pitney, Darin, Nelson, the
Coasters, the Drifters, the
Shirrelles, ad infinitum,
presented with a percussive
Vibrancy and sheer electricity
that will have any audience on
their feet jumping, shouting,
singing, and remembering in
Return to the fifties! Don't
miss this opportunity to hear a
dynamic, versatile group take us
back to the good ole days.
WANTED: Term papers - and
reports which need typing. If you are
pressed for time and need typing
done fast, I can help. One dollar a
page. Contact Ellen Cohen at
RIDE NEEDED: From the West Shore
(Vicinity of Highland Park, Cedar Cliff
or New Cumberland) on Thursday and
Friday mornings between 8:30 and.
9:30 a.m. Also from the campus back
to the West Shore daily between 4-6
p.m. Will pay 50 cents per ride.
Contact A. Klain, W-250, phone
SO cents per page. Anyone interested
in having any termpaper typed,
notify Donnabella. 944-1987 after
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Bob Lambert (34) scores a bucket for Capitol in a 96-64 win over
Penn State's Schuylkill Campus. Also pictured, Paul Hook (33) and
Tom Ogden (3).
by Michael Nonnemacher
Several changes are being
proposed in the Business
One of those changes being
proposed is that of changing the
B. B. to Bachelor of Business
Administration to coincide with
Master in Business
Administration. Such a change,
if implemented, requires the
approval of University Park and
wouldn't go into effect for at
least a year.
Also on the agenda for
possible changes are the
admissions requirements and the
degree requirements for
incoming juniors. As it stands
now, the business program is
broad in its nature. A change
here would permit students to
choose one of five options:
management, finance, or
These options would give the
student a more solid background
in the area of his choice. The
changes in possible options do
not need the approval of
University Park and could be
implemented in the next six
months to a year, according to
Dr. John Markese.
Again it should be stressed
that the changes mentioned are
only being proposed and will
probably not effect anyone in
the Business program at this
Wed. Feb. 1
10 A.M. ....
ill Guest Speaker: Dr. Chen ...:
Topic for discussion: .51
Philosophical Side of Death :•'..
All Invited to Attend
THE CAPITO LIST
Photo by Frank DeSantis
Yes, and any student,
instructor, or administrator
(except contest judges) can enter
to win a first prize of $25.00, a
second prize of $15.00, or a
third prize of $lO.OO
Watch for more information
in the Capitolist....
The first of a series of
Faculty Research Symposia
will be held Tuesday, Feb.
6, in Room 228 at noon.
Making brief presentations
will be Mel Wolfe, R.T.
Brown, and Irving Hand.
Bring a brown-bag lunch.
LIONS MAUL WKBO
Last Friday, the varsity basketball squad held a practice game
against a team representing radio station WKBO "The Rock of
The Lions "rocked it to 'em" by a 102-68 count. Tom Ogden put
on a show as he garnered over 40 points. Capitol showed it meant
business as Larry Chupka and Paul Hook each fouled out of the
game. The Lions were in complete control throughout the contest.
Unheralded players such as Pat Bentley and Rich Kopko were
given much opportunity to play and play they did. Kopko was
In general, it was a fun game. The highly publicized WKBO
cheerleaders were a disappointment, obviously not in the same
league as Rita Girondi's crew. Capitol boosters also displayed a new
feature: a drum which beat the death toll at every WKBO miscue.
The game was reportedly sponsored by the Social Affairs Committee
of Capitol Campus.
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