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As the outgoing president of WSDC,
this is my last official/unofficial corres
pondence of the year. I had intended to
take shots at some deserving groups, but
decided to keep this a friendly letter.
I'd like to thank Roger L. Williams
and the Campus Relations staff on behalf
of the club for allowing us to participate
in the phonathon. The new brick sign at
the main entrance on Route 230 is a more
'appropriate greeting to visitors than
was its predecessor.
Congratulations are in order to Rob
erta Bronson, the new SGA President.
Just remember, Roberta, you couldn't
have done it without us loyal Wumke
Also, I'd like to congratulate all the
graduating students of our campus,
especially the WSDC seniors, who stuck
by me whenever I needed support. It
had to be tough putting up with me for a
year, but we pulled through. I also have
to congratulate the new WSDC officers,
all of whom will do excellent jobs next
year while upholding our tradition.
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Dear Dave and Bill,
It seems to the engineers of this
campus that your column is a sounding
board for the basketweavers (that's
engineering lingo for the non-engineer
ing students) of Capitol Campus to direct
their insults to us "dumb" engineers. I
feel that you are contributing to the
already tense feelings between these
Have you ever sat down and thought
(something you have little experience at)
what this school would be like without
the engineering program? The engineers
help to bring outside industry on camp
us, thus giving the other majors a chance
for interviews. Also, the companies that
hire engineers put money back into the
college that helps to redecorate Vendor
ville, instead of buying much needed lab
equipment and facilities for the program
that helped in getting these funds.
I personally do respect the other
majors here at Capitol Campus, but I
think that it is time that the engineers
are accepted for their abilities to earn a
living and help society. Thanks for the
space to air my opinion.
By the way, do you have a job
(non-McDonald's type) lined up for when
You have got to be Kid-ding! Either
that, or the engineering mentality has
sunk to an all-time low.
Have you ever sat down and thought
(or stood up and thought...or lay down
and thought.. .or--and we realize this
may be asking too much--walked and
thought at the same time) what this
school would be like without the human
ities program? Why, if it weren't for the
humanities program, there would be
nobody left to speak the language
fluently. Also, the university would have
to spend exorbitant (that's non-engi
neering lingo for lots 'n lots) amounts of
It Was a Very Good Year
By Bill Neil And Dave Caruso
money to have all the mailboxes on
campus removed, since they're the only
ones who know how to write anyway.
We're glad that you respect the other
majors here at Capitol Campus. It's just
too bad that you weren't privileged
enough to be in one of them.
Yes, we're proud to announce that we
do indeed have non-McDonald's type
jobs lined up for when we graduate. We
have accepted executive positions (sss)
at Wendy's as French Fryers.
And by the way, whatever happened
Why is "Alumnus" writing silly let
ters to his FORMER college newspaper
instead of protesting to his Congressman
about the need for better gun control;
the renewed oppression of liberalism by
"Moral Majority" types; the killing of
innocent children in Atlanta; and the
irresolution of questions concerning nu
The Sundance Kid
On a personal note, my own thanks
goes out to Leonard Wumke, who
provided me with many enlightening (?)
thoughts throughout the year. Being an
ardent fisherman, he should pass some of
his expertise on to Julio, his former
campaign manager, who let a trout get
away. I know this isn't unusual, but the
fish was already on the stringer.
Before I close, I have to thank Kevin
Spiegel and Darrell Reider for the free
publicity. If only they would spell my
name right. It's B-O-Z-I-K! It was mis
spelled five times last issue. Kevin, the
$2O bill was fora picture of me in action
on the lanes. By the way, she said June 1
Until next year, I remain socially
P.S. WSDC definitely has the prettiest
bowlers (Lynne, Corinne, and Sue) and
the prettiest cheerleaders (Joanie and
You referred to the letter from
"Alumnus" as silly. We welcome all
letters, especially silly ones. That is why
yours was received so readily.
For your information, "Alumnus" is
writing because he/she/it can't afford to
phone us. (And we thought talk was
By the way, you referred to this
publication as "his former college news
paper." What do you think the C.C.
Reader is now, the New York Times?
In the future, you should heed your
own advice, and direct your silly letters
to your Congressman, instead of to us.
Thursday, May '2B, 1981
Dear fellow students of the English
Why is the word antidisestablish
mentarianism considered to be the long
est word in the English language?
When Superman changes his clothes
in a phone booth, what does he do with
It is a known fact that when Super
man sheds his clothes in a phone booth,
he leaves them there for his vagabond
You may have heard of him: Super
Dear Dave & BM,
Can you help me out? I'm in a
quandary. Why is it that such hapless,
insipid, crude, ignorant, (the list of
synonyms can go on forever) people
come to Capitol Campus? Is it the air
here, or what? There seems to be a
dichotomy of styles that pervades the
environment. The careless, sloppy,
dirty, rude, and crude person paralleled
to Mr. Clean. You know, the type of guy
who takes a shower for excitement.
For example, to explicitly show the
losers who come here: How can it be
possible that a guy makes our tennis
Capitol Campus Chorus
"It's Still Rock and Roll"
From the Fifties to Today!
Tuesday, June 2, 1981
12:30 p.m. Auditorium
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team when he couldn't make a Teener
League baseball team because a girl beat
him out of the position? What is our
glorious campus coming to?
I ask you, Dave and Bill, what am I
After reading all the hyperbolic
questions in your letter, we are curious
as to your major. What is it anyway,
How to be a Game Show Host?
You ask us if we can help you out.
(It's the one marked "Exit.")
You ask us why such characters come
to Capitol Campus. (We give up, why did
You ask us if it's the air here. (What
do you think this is, Scientific Monthly?)
You ask us about Capitol's tennis
players and their abilities. (Even if he
can't swing a bat harder than a girl,
maybe he can swing a racket faster.)
You ask us what our glorious campus
is coming to. (The end of Spring Term
You ask us what you're doing here.
(Writing book-length letters.)
Man, you have more questions than
George Steinbrenner has dollars!
Next week (June 4) will be the final
issue of the C.C. READER this year. It's
your last chance to voice your stupidity!
You can drop off any questions you
may have at the C.C. READER office or
give them to a staff member. Thank you
Disilusioned to the max