C.C. reader. ([Middletown, Pa.]) 1973-1982, March 08, 1973, Image 6

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The First Annual Capitol Campus Invitational Bowling
Tournament will be held at the Middletown Lanes on Saturday,
March 31,1973 from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m.
Awards will be given for Ist, 2nd and 3rd Place Team Bowling;
Ist and 2nd Place, Team Bowling Individual Awards; Ist, 2nd, 3rd,
4th and sth Place Awards for Singles.
Anyone interested in baseball - call Barry Deacon or Steve
Konsowitz at 944-0205. Schedule is posted on the bulletin board in
the Recreation/Athletics Building.
The final games for the Capitol Intramural Championship will be
held March 7 and 8 at 7:00 p.m.
The winner and 2nd place teams will receive individual trophies at
the ceremony immediately after the final game.
The Championship team will represent Capitol Campus at
Millersville State College in their basketball tournament of Friday,
March 23 (6:00 p.m. starting time) and Saturday, March 24 (12:00
noon starting time).
Evening indoor volleyball will be scheduled for women during the
Spring term at the Base Gym. To provide competition we are
opening the league to Middletown area women and school girls.
ENTRY DEADLINE will be Thursday, April 5 at 5:00 p.m.
Games will begin the week of April 9 to 12. Team registration will
be $12.00 and is refundable if there are no forfeits. Roster limit is
15 women per team. Rosters may be picked up at the
Recreation/Athletics Building between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
Monday thru Friday.
Any questions call: 787-7751
Spring Term Softball will have its entry deadline on Thursday,
March 29 at 5:00 p.m. Teams may pick-up and return team rosters
between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday.
THE CAPTAIN'S MEETING will be Wednesday, April 4 at 12:00
noon in the Recreation/Athletics Building. Representatives should
be present for each team as all phases of the softball organization
will be discussed. All student officials should also be in attendance.
Each team is permitted a roster of 15 persons maximum. The
$15.00 registration fee is refundable if no forfeits are awarded and
the rulebooks are returned. Games will begin Monday, April 9 at
5:00 p.m. and are scheduled to end no later than Thursday, May 31,
Championship Play-Offs are scheduled for June 4 and 7
Preliminary plans are being developed for on campus instruction
in the sports of tennis and golf. Probable times will be around 7:00
p.m. on either Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursdays. There
will be a restriction as to the size of the class.
The registration fee of $5.00 is refundable if participation is 80%
of the full course. Late registration will not receive refunds.
Tennis and Golf equipment may be checked out at the
Recreation/Athletics Building daily.
Persons interested should pay their fee Monday thru Friday
between the hours of 8:000 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at the
Recreation/Athletics Building. Contact 787-7751 for answers to
your questions.
A recreation/athletics instructional unit will again be presented
on Monday nights from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the
Recreation/Athletics Building. The unit is entitled Martial Arts and
contains basic information to 4t he arts of self defense, judo and
The course will consist of 10 nights over a 10 week period
beginning APRIL 2 and end JUNE 4, 1973.
The fee of $lO.OO is to be paid in the Recreation/Athletics
Building during weekdays between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. This fee is refundable to those participating in 80% of the
meetings. Persons signing up after April 2 are not eligible for the
refundable fee.
This activity is co-ed and needs a minimum of 10 persons to begin
(maximum 20). Call the Recreation/Athletics Building if you have
any questions concerning this program. Hours are from 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday. Phone: 787-7751.
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The Faculty Organization
met last week to discuss the
proposal to formally
"cooperate" with Harrisburg
Area Community College. A
tentative proposal appeared in
last week's Capitolist. Following
is the revised statement issued
by a task force formed by
Provost Robert E. McDermott:
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Be it resolved that the
Faculty Organization of
The Capitol Campus
endorses the cooperation
with the Harrisburg Area
Community College for the
purpose of providing more
effective and efficient use
of our eudcational
We, the executive
officers of the Harrisburg
Area Community College
and the Capitol Campus of
The Pennsylvania State
University affirm and
announce the effective
cooperation of our two
institutions for the purpose
of providing more effective
Senate Changes Grading
The University Senate has
recently changed several
procedures relating to deferred
grades, final examinations, and
the repetition of courses, with
all of the changes being
implemented in the coming
spring term.
Basic rule "M-5" concerned
deferred grades and possible
extensions, stating that they
may be authorized only by the
program head upon
recommendation of the
individual faculty member. The
Senate stated it is the
responsibility of students to
origin ally request deferred
grades and to complete work
within six weeks of the
succeeding term in order to gain
an actual grade.
Deferred grades are arbitrarily
granted to students who, for
reasons "beyond their control,"
do not complete course work in
the regularly alloted time. The
major change in the rule is
summarized in the following
passage: "The period during
which a grade may be deferred
shall not, without further
approval of the program head,
extend beyond the end of the
sixth week of the next term in
which a student is enrolled. A
deferred grade which is not
changed to a passing grade by
the instructor prior to the end of
this period shall automatically
become an 'F'."
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Faculty Expected to
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Approve HACC Proposal
and efficient use of our
educational resources.
Joint faculty and
administrative committees
of our two institutions will
be created to implement
this policy 'in areas of
admissions, curriculum
planning, dual enrollment,
exchange of students and
faculty, as well as the
W e believe in the
separate missions of our
two colleges, but further
assert the mutuality of
those purposes when
combined in the service of
higher education in this
significant core of the
Commonwealth. We also
believe that we can better
serve this end by the joint
commitment of Harrisburg
Area Community College
and The Pennsylvania State
University to this most
desired end.
This most important step
is taken with the
encouragement and, in fact,
Mr . James R. Thorne,
Capitol's Records, Registration
and Scheduling Officer, stated
he will be in contact with the
faculty during that sixth week.
He stated that students must
take the initiative to complete
their work on time and submit it
to the individual faculty.
A rule termed "0-4" was also
passed at that meeting.
Following is that formal
statement: "A student who, for
reasons beyond his control, is
absent from a final examination
may have his grade deferred
upon authorization of the
program head."
Still another change involved
rule "M-3". The change provided
a vehicle whereby students may
repeat a course in which they
have received a 'D' or 'F', and
only the last grade achieved will
be used in calculating the GPA,
although previous grades will
remain on the transcript.
Following is the official
report explaining that
"To exercise this option, the
student must file a Course
Repeat Notice Form with the
Records Office during the same
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The Marine Corps Officer Selection Team
Will be on campus March 12th. The Marine Corps is seeking qualified
Juniors and Seniors for a commission as a 2ndLt in Marine Aviation.
Starting salary $9,874.56. Call Captain Thomas Orth at
717-782-2292 or 782-2218.
March 8, 1973
original support of both our
During the meeting, it was
noted that HACC is indeed "our
best customer," by feeding
Capitol with the largest single
enrollment from any junior level
institution of higher education.
Dr. George Wolf, who headed
the aforementioned task force,
stated that this idea by may be
expanded to include other junior
colleges in the Region Six
McDermott explained that
members of his administration
have approached Pierce Junior
College, Philadelphia, with a
similar proposal. Mr. Walter
Slygh, Academic Services
Officer, related that many
colleges in the Michigan system
have adopted such a
"cooperation." Wolf further
explained the intricacies of the
proposal, stating that
interchange of students to gain
credit in required course is
essential. Dr. Daniel Poore, Head
of the Division of
Administration and Business
believed that a mutual listing of
courses in the catalogues would
be of great value to secondary
school students.
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period utilized for the
designation of the pass-fail
option, which is held during the
last three days of the third week
of the term.
"If a Course Repeat Notice is
not filed, the usual requirements
of Rule "E-1" shall remain in
effect, Before filing the form,
the student should consult his
advisor to be certain he is not
exceeding the limits outlined in
Rule "E-15" regarding the
number of terms he may be
enrolled in a particular degree
"The Course Repeat Notice
Form must be approved by the
head of the program in which
the course is offered. This is to
assure that the student is
repeating a course which is
appropriate and correct in order
to benefit by Rule "M
-3b", and
also to avoid any confusion
which might result when courses
with the same number are taken
more than once because they
have a different content."
The last paragraph concerns
Special Topics and courses that
may be substituted for the
course in which the
unsatisfactory work was