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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

October 6 "Mercury" Morris m _wi d_2 * _^% W_^k _dO _dV _Ic _4D ~_W* _^_% d_^ "W* _t dy €_? • _^or _^ " renowned personalities discuss JL # &t> _^f_* \_Z\Am\f> I _kU f>i l/%59 * controversial topics \ As a young halfback at West Texas State University, Eugene Morris earned the nickname "Mercury" for his awesome display of speed and agility on the football field. Later, as a member of the Miami Dolphins, Morris went on to appear in three Super Bowls, three Pro Bowls, and with Larry Csonka, to become the first backfield duo to rush for more than 1,000 yards each in a single season. By the end of his career at the age of 29, Mercury Morris had the distinction of having the third best yards-per-carry average in history. However, after, he left the game due to numerous injuries, he also became heavily involved in the tragic world of cocaine. On August 18, 1983, with his mortgage three months in arrears, Morris was arrested for acting as a middleman in...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

April 7 Sir Harold Wilson Harold Wilson served four terms as Prime Minister of Great Britainlonger than any other peacetime British Prime Minister. First, elected to Parliament in 1945, Sir -Harold represented the same district in the House of Commons for thirty-eight years until his retirement in May of 1983. He was chosen by his peers as Labor party leader in 1960, and in _J964 was elected Britain's youngest Prime Minister. In 1970, he lost the only election of his long political career, but was returned to 10 Downing St. 1977, Sir Harold is a fascinating historical figure. His lectures recount his friendships and negotiations with a a variety of legendary figures, among them Charles DeGaulle, John Kennedy, Mao Tse-tung, Leonid Brezhnev, Richard Nixon, Josef Stalin, Lyndon Johnson, Winston Churchill, Gerald Ford, and Golda Meir. In ig e- a- ry es 10 v, n- 11, [n in the next election and remained there until his resignation in 1977. His years as Prime Minister were among ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

February 19 The Debate _•••••••••••••••• Sarah Weddington, foremost at- Weddington and Mrs. Schlafly torney in the feminist movement were a hit*. . . Wabash College will conduct a debate with Phyllis ,,_, . , , .. Schlafly, Leading opponent of the . _i_™ e _^or and eloquence with ERA. The Weddington vs. Schlafly which V0 _V _Presented your views debate, and exhilirating discussion f nerat f* an H electricity never of contemporary issues? has drawn b . efore _™ at _^ P ° lnt - • ¦ • standing-room-only crowds from United States Military Academy. coast to coast. These two promi- "The best student event in nent women will provide exciting several years' . . . Marquette and absorbing insight into a variety University. of controversial subjects including "The Schlafly vs. Weddington the ERA, nuclear weapons, the debate was the most outstanding Reagan administration, abortion, program we've ever had' . . . economics and comparable worth. American Association_of Universi"The verdict is un...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Harvi Griffin Saturday, November 1 Harvi Griffin, the only black, "M_*A*S*H," once considered immale harpist in the U.S., plays possible on the harp. Hand's diver-Bach to rock from the White sified program will include selec-House (28 appearances) to Hong tions ranging from Bach's "Sonata Kong, Singapore, and Tokyo. He for Solo Harp in G-Major" to regularly receives cheers and stan- Schubert-Grandjany's "Ave ding ovations from his audience for Maria," as well as a repretoire of his vocals, like "Jamaica popular rock, jazz and calypso Farewell," and _instrumental, in- interpretations_, eluding the theme from I Ketchum & Segal £ Saturday, November 8 i Across the United States, true excellence. Finding favor with i Canada, and in Europe, the ex- college students is no surprise, 1 quisite music of flutist Janet Ket- since both instruments have long I chum and guitarist Peter Segal has held special appeal to younger au-I found receptive audiences. Since diences. Whether the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Calendar September _^ January 13 Magic of Broadway (music) 26 Dance Conduit (dance) October February 6 Eugene "Mercury" Morris (speaker) 13 Dark Symphony (theatre) 10 Theatre West Virginia (theatre) 19 Weddington vs. Schlaf ley (speakers) 28 Russ Burgess (entertainer) 22 Monumental Brass (music) November ? March 1 Harvi Griffin (music) 13 Earn and Reggie (music) 8 Ketchum and Segal (music) 21 Regency (music) 15 Don Muro (music) April 7 Sir Harold Wilson (speaker) 8 Alpha Omega Players (theatre) 16 Allard Quartet (music) 22 Scott Jones (comedy) 30 Will Stutts (theatre)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Kim & Reggie Friday, March 13 This husband and wife team has monies, they have written for T\ been performing together for eight and radio commercials and na years. Their souynd, described as tionally distributed greeting cards "music to hear with closed eyes conrad Krider recently joined thi and an open heart," is a mixture of Harrises and has added keyboards styles. In addition to composing horns, vocals and light percussioi their unique guitar music and har- to the repretoire. Regency Saturday, March 21 Regency is a five-man a cappella Their dynamic stage presentation group that began as a street act creates a high audience involvesinging anywhere a crowd would ment and has been enjoyed by ovei gather. Their wide-ranging reper- 150 colleges. The National Associa toire includes Jazz, Swing, Classic tion of Campus activites voted Motown, Country Western and them Contemporary Music Percurrent Top Forty tunes accom- formers of the Year in 1985 and panied by original cho...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Student Programming series of performers Magic of Broadway Saturday, September 13 Performed by two internationally acclaimed singers, under the direction of one of New York's most accomplished young directors, The Magic of Broadway stunningly recreates Broadway musical highlights spanning thirty years. Beginning with 1926's Theatre West Virginia Friday, October 10 This professional touring company is the only one in West Virginia capable of producing a wide variety of shows, from Shakespeare to contemporary musical comedy and drama. Founded in 1955, it has been a strong force in the West Virginia Theatre SHOWBOAT and ending with the 1957 production of WEST SIDE STORY, some of Broadway's finest, most magical moments in song are presented. Great songs interpreted by great singers create a sparkling production with all the ingredients of a smash hit! Community producing professional theatre, working with schools, training young talent and boosting the economy through ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Student Programming Council 1986 Fall Semester MOVIE SCHEDULE September 10, 12-14 "Live and Die in L.A." September 17, 19-21 "Year of the Dragon" September 24, 26-28 "War Games" October 1, 3-5 "Teachers" October 8,10-12 To be announced October 15, 17-19 "Pope of Greenwich Village" October 22, 24-26 "Rocky _H" October 29, 31-Nov. 2 "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" November 5, 7-9 To be announced November 12, 14-16 "Carrie" _November 19, 21-23 "Octopussy" December 3, 5-7 "The Champ" December 10, 12-14 "Eye of the Needle" AH movies will be at 8:00 p.m. in Reed 117 Admission Prices: Free with Activities Card $1.00 Students $2.00 Community

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Monumental Brass Sunday, February 22 The Monumental Brass Quintet has entertained audiences since 1975 with its spirited virtuosity and artistic interpretation. Established to promote, further and sustain the tradition of brass chamber music, the Quintet strives to add new perspectives to that tradition by premiering new works and ar¬ rangements. Repertoire spans the centuries, from the Renaissance to the Jazz Age and beyond. Perfo_> mances include The Smithsoniarr Institute, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and numerous concert series engagements in the greater Washington, D.C. area.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Russ Burgess Thursday, October 28 I Russ Burgess has performed ?demonstrations in ESP and hypnotism nationwide. He not only ¦' reads the unspoken thoughts of ;others, but answers with •knowledge that baffles the audience . . . and he has a standing offer of $10,000.00 for anyone who can prove that he gets help from any person during demonstration. Burgess presents an hour of ESP which is followed by an exciting demonstration in hypnotism. You will be spellbound by this mysterious and fascinating performance!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Soccer team takes to the field ' it by Andy Seneta j; ' Collegian Sppr&Editor_* ~^>_J . ; " The 1986 edition of the Men's Varsity Soccer team takes the field Saturday, September 6th to face The University of Buffalo at Bj;hrend. The Cubs look to be very competetive this season. * as: they _return 15 letterwinners and seven starters from last years 5-8-4 squad. " The Cubs are looking to Joe Kushon, Mike Hockenberger and Scott Coykendall for leadership. Kushon lead last year's squad with ten goals and six assists. Hockenberger scored 9 goals while also contributing"3.assists to the/ cause. Scott Coykendall lead in assists last season with seven and he also helped with four goals. Coach Herb Luffer is excited and is expecting to improve on last year's won-lost record. CoachLauffer likes the experience he has to work with and adds, "We had a good crop of freshmen who add .good depth to. our club.". ' ; Eauffer 1 named ' fouT new members who will start for the Cubs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

" , une -and p-r-s_^toSKSue-Holnies - made U Pof _S irIs with Iittle or no * Collegian Staff Writer college playing experience." e - Wilson continued, "I have three _g With the Fall sports season upon returning letter winners from last gs, it is now time for Women's years team, Seniors Julie DiFran-Sfolleyball. The 86 Lady Cubs lost cisco and Sue Holmes and five players due to graduation and Sophomore Michele Williams.'; „ _goach Jan Wilson is very op- When asked about'strengths, and _fomistic about her young team. "It weaknesses of. this year's team g still early yet" Wilson said,, "We .Wilson stated, "The team is young Save six freshman and four but we have strengths in the area of sbphmores so the team will be serving and the big -plus is that all Coach Wilson optimistic about volkyhnll team i 1 < s s Sue Holmes are last year's letter winners. of the girls have a very positive at- Baldwin Wallace College at 6 p.m. titude about the team and this Amission is FREE, so c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Jamie Grimm, assistant dean of student affairs, swings at the beeping ball Weight room gets new equipment by Sue Holmes Collegian Staff Writer There is a new look at Behrend College this year, and Erie Hall's got it. As one would walk into the weight room at Erie Hall you would look in amazement. The amazing part is that the weight room has new equipment. Thanks to funds from University Park we now have twelve new pieces of equipment and six new exercise bikes. According to Sarah Rose, Athletic TraineF, "The new. funds for the Health and Physical Education Department were used so the equipment could benefit everyone, not just a select few." There will be a wbrkstudy person available to assist anyone on the correct usee of the _machines. The machines, called the Iron Eagle were designed by Dan Carr a world Champion arm wrestler, -and .are similar to the Eagle Cybex Machines. There will be new hours for the weightroom. Sunday 1p.m. _^ 12.30 a.m. Monr Thur 8a.m. - 12.30a.m....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 September 1986

Blind softball returns to the diamond by Andy Seneta Collegian Sports Editor Beep baseball will once-again, bie played this year at Behrend on Saturday, September 13th. Beep ball is played with blind players in a competetive _version ; of baseball . . . A special. ball ' ' _Js . _, _* usjid. wpii&L_._ip " _tjpce_!the size _' .oif a softb ' air an_3'4fiiitains a built7 in beeper. " _j3 |^^fif ' stigame '' slated for. 1 Ia.m. vCiiil ypuf!,k ' ,.jie ' ahv from Cleveland _^ _aiq|t '"a. " .team..from Washington, Eenn&b/ariia._j ' This game will give p " eople " an idea.of what blindness and bund competition is all about. Then the students can try out some beep ball agianst one of the visiting teams. If you would like to have a good time and also gather some knowledge of how the blind live then come on down to the intraiiuira_^. fielis ;{ across from Erie But remember, the Cleveland and Washington teams will be ready for battle come Saturday morning. Coach Marty Sk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Penn State Alumni Association inducts Albert Maxson by Jennifer Schrer Collegian Staff Writer On Sept. 30, Albert Maxson, Senior Vice President of Finance at Republic Airlines Inc. • and a Behrend alumnus, will-be awarded a fellowship. This fellowship is set up through the Alumni Fellows Program which is designed to bring an alumni back to campus who have been successful in their chosen career area, whatever that career may be. The purpose of the program is to stimulate greater activity and identity between prominent alumni and the university community including faculty, students and administration. The program also tries to add a dimension to the academic curriculum not otherwise available in the traditional college classroom through close contact among eminent alumni, undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and university administration. It is also important to note that although it is an honor to receive the award, it is also established so the alumni may offer t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

The Ambassador Program provides student representation by Craig Altmire - - - - Collegian Staff Writer Five students have been chosen to represent Penn State - Behrend in the college's newly established ambassador program. The students are Lynn Altmire, Ronnette Green, Wendell Bates, Greg Goldsmith and Steve Stegman. An ambassador is a student who represents the college at university events and meets with visitors to the campus such as returning alumni, prospective students, university officials and guest speakers. The program will enable these visitors to be exposed to stuaent viewpoints rather than to just those of the administration. The Ambassador Program began at the University Park campus in 1981. That group now consists of 80 members. Last year at U. P., 692 students applied for the 30 vacant ambassador spots left by graduating seniors. The duties of the Behrend ambassadors will be similar to those of their University Park counterparts, but some differences are necess...

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