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    October 18,1973
Jobs Wanted
(10A) Regional Planning grad
student desires full-time
employment. Prefer work regional or
urban planning experiences in data
processing including computer
operations and keypunch. Also unit
record machines both Univac and
IBM. Contact Elsie Mary Hollis, 215
Woodbine, Hbg. 236-6415.
(2A) Experienced female model
desiring work. Drawing, painting,
sculpture or photography. Call
Cyndy at 564-6361 in Harrisburg.
Jobs Available
<1B) Part-time cook. Two students
looking for reliable person to cook
one evening meal five evenings a
week and clean apartment one day a
week. Negotiable. Pineford Village
Middletown, Call 944-4240. After
8:30 p.m.
(1B) We are several young working
or college-attending mothers who
want to compile a list of part-time
babysitters. If you have free
mornings and can sit occassionally
call 533-3924 after 1.00 . Excellent
(1B) Chessplayers seeking
opponents. Capitol Campus Chess
Club Wednesday noons in Gallery
(4B) Musicians seeking keyboard
and bass players to form hard
working band. All musicians welcome
to apply. Call Rich 944-3457.
(20 Roommate wanted to share
three bedroom house fifteen minutes
from campus. Off street parking,
phone, TV and furnished bedroom.
Help share rent and utilities. Call
John or Jeff at 939-9911 after 4:30
Kviatiin Club
Those interested in forming
an Aviation Club please leave
your name and phone number
with Agnes Greene in W-105.
Possible Club activities
include flight training and
ground instructions as well as
speakers, films and field trips.
We invite all members of the
Capitol Campus Community to
** * *
DTK Back in Action
Delta Tau Kappa, the
international social science
honor society, is back in action
for the 1973-74 school year
after a summer recess. A recent
organizational meeting was held
on October 16, 1973 for the
purpose of organizing DTK
activities and objectives for the
coming year.
The officers for DTK are as
follows: President, Liz Hoffman;
Vice-President of Activities,
Elaine Parker; Treasurer, Charley
Carlin; Secretary, Richard
O’Brien; and Public Relations
Chairman, Vic Pawluk.
All members are reminded to
attend and support DTK
meetings and activities to insure
their success. The following new
members are urged to attend the
next DTK meeting so that they
may obtain their DTK
certificates and pins. The new
members include: William
Bressler, Andrew Burger, Evon
Golphin, Wilma Jackson, Robert
Lipton, A. Lombardozzi, Janet
Moore, Mike Polumbo, George
Stevens, James Tannahill, Elaine
Terrell, Thomas Ensinger,
Anthony Kadysewski, Frederick
Shattls, Charles McKinstry,
Theodore Chronister, Robert
(30 Apartment desired within
twenty munites of Capitol Campus
for two students. Prefer Northern
York County location. Call Karl at
(10D) Chess instruction provided
free by members of the Capitol
Campus Chess Club Wednesday, 12
noon, Gallery Lounge.
(40) On Campus Day Care
Service. Interested students please
phone Kelly Simmons after 11:00 at
(10E) Hoover mini-washing
machine for $BO or best offer. Call
Cindy at 944-7256.
(3E) Sansui AU555, 50 watt amp
drives four speakers; two tape decks;
two turntables and one aux. Must sell
now! Retail price is $250. Asking
$l6O. By the way it’s in excellent
condition. Call Bruce at 774-0764
(3E) '67 V.W. Karman Ghia
Coupe. Green. R&H. 61,000 miles.
Overall good cond. Gets 27 m.p.g.
Good basic reliable transportation.
$7OO or most reasonable offer. Call
Paul at 944-5845.
(SE) Hammock with stand used
only a few times. Like new. Will
sacrifice at $6. Call Paul at 944-5845.
(6E) Bike and Camera for sale.
3-spd, 26” men's Sunbeam (made in
Eng.) Lightweight frame. $59.95.
Also Yashica Electro-35,35 mm
camera, $89.95. Both in exc. cond.
Contact Ed Beck, Counseling Center
Wll7 or call 533-5393 evenings.
(3E) Roll bar for Triumph
Spitfire. Like new. Asking $45. Call
Jim 944-1984.
Rousaville, Patricia Pastorik, and
John Schwartz. Members,
support your club! See you at
the next meeting.
The meeting of the Meade
Heights Board of Governors was
held on Tuesday, October 9,
1973 at the Middle Earth
Coffeehouse at 7 p.m.
The main topic for discussion
was the constitution of the
Meade Heights Board of
Governors. . The new revised
constitution was read by the
vice-president. After a few minor
alternations it was called to a
vote by President Jerry Reich.
The constitution was then
passed unanimousily. It was then
decided that it will be typed and
copies will be sent to all the
houses in Meade Heights by next
The last topic discussed was
the formation of the Housing
Contract Committee. It has been
requested by the Housing Office
that the Board of Governors
make recommendations to revise
the present contract. The
discussion of the contract
revisions was postponed until
next week because more people
are expected to be present at the
meeting because of the
communal dinner.
However, two specifics were
cited, the pet policy and the
guest registration policy. A letter
has been received from Otto
Mueller, Director of Housing and
Food Services in answer to the
pet policy formulated by the
Board of Governors last year. As
usual, the request was refused
even though guidelines were
proposed for pet owners to
follow. It was decided that
further action will be discussed
For Sale
** * *
The Students' Voice
(IE) Man's Schwinn Continental
10-spd. Has small frame, safty flag
gumwall tires. $75. Call Brad
(7E) Dog boxes and book cases.
Phone 564-1383.
(1E) AM FM Stereo car radio that
will fit in dash of many cars. Also
works in foreign cars with positive
grounds. Call John at 939-9911.
Asking $5O.
(2E) Gowns, size 10, hair dryers,
clarinet, plus other good stuff.
Contact Phoebe at the Records
(7F) Do you have items of an
antique nature? Will consider
purchasing any item in spite of its
apparent uselessness. Also looking for
automobile around the year 1930,
preferably a Model 'A' Ford. Call
Paul at 944-5845.
(10F) Wanted: One or two female
roommates to share "luxury''
apartment at Campus Manor.
Included is a dishwasher, garbage
disposal, wall to wall carpeting,
pation front, large furnished rooms
(bedroom suite needed only) and a
phone. Please contact Terry or Carol.
(2G) Business Students: Ride
needed to Philadelphia or Carlisle on
November 3rd to take admission test
for Graduate study in Business. Will
share expenses. Contact Daniel
Brown, 116 Church Hall. Telephone
Short-haired, bearded, male is still
looking for female to help me along.
I wish to tank all those guys who
answered my ad but they could not
fulfill my requirements. My address is
925 B Flickinger or call 944-3078.
at a future meeting.
The guest registration policy
was explained by Pat Murphy.
The official policy is that guests
must be registered with either
the housing office or the
resident assistant. Recently,
unregistered guests, cars were
ticketed for not having stickers.
The problems were easily
resolved when the cars were
identified as belonging to guests.
The only time a guest is not
immune from parking tickets is
when they are for violations
such as parking next to a fire
The meeting was then
adjourned by the President.
Again we would like to make an
open invitation for all Meade
Heights residents to join the
Board of Governors.
Chi Gamna lota
One of the organizations on
campus which has captured the
true ideal of college life is the
Chi Gamma lota or XGI
fraternity. Without the aid of
this conscientious,
well-organized group the picnic
reception for our incoming
juniors would not have been a
success. The various tasks
needed to prepare for this affair
and the work involved in
running the picnic were
energetically undertaken.
The XGl’s have made
remarkable progress and all of us
who have worked with them,
I’m sure marvel at their ability
to handle difficult jobs so
smoothly. And this especially
includes Mr. A 1 Aaron of the
P.A.V.E. office who supervised
the group.
My appreciation is great - my
thanks sincere.
E. Ramone Segree
Admissions Counselor
Special Projects Officer
** * *
Recreation Athletic News
1. SCHAFFER II - Tom Rostocki & Ron Demshock, Capts,
(944-4882 & 944-0190)
2. RAG TIME - Ted Domuracki, Capt. (936 A Mars Drive)
3; REO SPEED WAGON - Joe Cravotta, Capt. (836 A Jones
4. LOOSE EN OS - Dan Driscoll, Capt. (232 Wrisberg Hall)
5. BROTHERHOOD - James T. Wallace, Capt. (944-9604),
6. N.A.D.S. - Jon Mickletz, Capt. (314 Wrisberg Hall).
7. X.G.I’S - Thomas G. Holtzman, Capt. (944—4154).
8; BENDER BROTHERS - Gary Shildt, Capt. (944-0391).
9. ALPHA OMEGA - Greg Patton, Capt. (944-1971).
10. FOUL BALLS - Vito Angelucci, Capt. (944-1835).
11. P.S.E.A. = Gary Bloom, Capt.
** * *
Try-outs for the varsity basketball team will be held in the Base
Gym on Monday, October 15, 6:00 p.m.
Bowling is every Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 9:15 p.m.
at the Middletown lanes. If you do not bowl, drop in and watch
your favorite campus team.
Flag Football began Wednesday evening with the following
Brotherhood - 12
N.A.D.S. - 6
REO Speed Wagon - 16
Bender Bros. - 6
Schaffer - 8
Foulballs - 6
Rag Time - 6
Alpha Omega - 0
X.G.l.’s - 6
Loose Ends - 0
Students interested in officiating flag football games contact the
Recreation/Athletics Building (787-7751).
Base Gym is open Mon. & Tues., Thurs. & Fri. from 6:00 p.m. to
10:00 p.m. and Wednesday, Sat. & Sun. from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00
Mr. Smitley, Recreation/Athletics Coordinator, would like to
invite any faculty and/or Staff who have free time around 4:00 p.m.
each day to come to the Base Gym for an “open gym” period.
Recreation/Athletics Building:
The Rec./Ath. Building is open week days until 10:00 p.m. and
weekends from 2:00 to 10:00 p.m.
C.C. Bowling
1. No Names
2. Kozak
3. Keglers
4. Beta Chi
5. “It!”
6. New Names
7. Spoilers
8. Dingledorfs
9. XGl’s
10. ZTE
11. Alleycats
12. Loose Ends
(1) No Names (4) - Alleycats (0)
(2) New Names (4) - Loose Ends (0) (Forfeit)
(3) Kozak(3) - Dinkledorfs(l)
(4) “It!” (2) - Beta Chi (2)
(5) ITE (2) - XGl’s (2)
(6) Keglers (2) - Spoilers (2)
200 CLUB
John Schrum ( New Names ) 205
500 CLUB
Jim Herbst (Keglers) 544
John Schrum ( New Names) 538
Murray Sharp ( No Names) 509
Dave Kurowsky (It!”) 503
Flag Football Schedule
Thurs. Oct. 18:
9:00 p.m.
Mon. Oct. 22
- No. 10 vs. No. 2
6:00 p.m. - No. 3 vs. No. 1
7:00 p.m. - No. 4 vs. No. 11
8:00 p.m. - No. 5 vs. No. 10
9:00 p.m. - No. 6 vs. No. 9
Tues. Oct. 23:
9:00 p.m. - No. 7 vs. No. 8
Wed. Oct. 24:
6:00 p.m. - No. 9 vs. No. 5
7:00 p.m. - No. 10 vs. No. 4
8:00 p.m. - No. 8 vs. No. 6
9:00 p.m. - No. 3 vs. No. 11
Thurs. Oct. 25:
9:00 p.m. - No. 1 vs. No. 2
** * *
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