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

Poetry Corner "He and She" by Kim Krynock He is dancing on the lawn swinging his brown bottle (always half full) to the moon and she is standing with the cats by the overflowing sink herbeliywet with work and soap and he hums a working song (knows the tune but not the words) being sixty two on his last birthday and not through with life just yet ' i _w and she thinks him a fool ~ — and she broods about the neighbors and she loves him like a fool. If you have any of your own poetry that you would like published _ .. - in the Collegian, please drop it in an envelope, put "Feature" on the outside, and leave it in the newspaper offlee-ojjnaiLbox on the first floor of the RUB.

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

The Magic of _Broacjway easts a spell over the Behrend audience by Lisa Hahn Collegian Staff Writer THE MAGIC OF BROADWAY touched the Behrend campus on the night of Saturday, Sept. 13. Reed 117 was filled with songs from the "Vintage Years" on Broadway. Soprano Nancy Fox-Hoover and tenor Douglas-Murdock, relived the musicals we all know so well. Their talent and music made it a night to remember. The show opened up with selections from Oklahoma, one of Rogers and Hammerstein's most popular creations, douglas Murdock sauntered down the aisle as he sang "Oh What A Beautiful Morning," giving the evening a nice start. Nancy Fox-Hoover then followed with "Out of My Dreams" and the two ended the set together with "Surrey with the _f ringe on Top." They then proceeded to review some scenes from Oklahoma, telling the audience about the typical boy meets girl scenario. —The _MAGKTOF BROADWAY continued with Carousel, Showboat and many other classics. Altogether the presentation includ...

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

Writer Charles Beclonan to read his fiction works byChipSusol Beckman graduated from Collegian News Editor Behrend with a degree in English. He then went on to graduate from The first reading in the Behrend the Johns Hopkins University College Alumni Poetry and Fiction • Writing Seminars where he studied Series will be a fiction reading by under John Barth, novelist -and Behrend Alumnus Charles winner of the National Book Beckman. Award. Mr. Beckman will be reading from his own works on October 9 at 7:30 pm in the Behrend Studio Theater. -J_3ie _serjes_is_being sponsored by Roundtable1ind ~ _trIeT!_ffaryT3ehrend Cultural Fund.

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

Ontario Theatre trip offered Roundtable and The Behrend Players are sponsoring a trip to the Stratford Theatre in Stratford, Onterio on Saturday, Oct. 18. Students will have the opportunity to see one of two plays. The Festival Theatre will present Shakespeare's dark comedy, "The Winter's Tale." In the Avon Theatre the _performance will be "Rozencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" by Tom Stoppard, a tale of p. ower and victimization.. The estimated cost of the package will be thirty dollars, ten dollars for the theatre: ticket and twenty dollars for a no nrefundable deposit for the bus trip. Roundtable will provide bag lunches for three dollars. The bus will leave Behrend at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday and will return at 11:30 p.m. Any interested students are invited to contact Dean Baldwin, Diana George or Tony Elliot for more information.

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

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

First place trophy captured by women's volleyball team by Sue Holmes Collegian Staff Writer The 1986 women's volleyball team proved it could hold its own as the Lady Cubs captured the first place trophy in the consolation bracket of the Cortland (New York) Tournament. In doing so, the Cubs knocked-off Glassboro State, (New Jersey) a 1985 NCAA Division III qualifier for the National Championship. Leading the way in the match against Glassboro was senior spiker Sue Holmes and sophomore middle hitter Michele Williams who each accounted for 11 kills apiece. "The kids played really well, we got our serves in and _aur passes from the back row were right to our setter" a very happy :oach Jan Wilson said. Wilson :ontinued, "Freshmen setter Anna [rwin did a good job setting the ing aces a piece a;gainst Kings. I feel our team is serving much stronger than last year's tfjam, and I am very impressed with t he job we are doing," Wilson stated. She went on to add that Freshman Erinn Benn...

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

Men's soccer team progresses by Andy Seneta Collegian Sports Editor The Behrend Cubs can attribute a lack of consistency and unstable performances to their early season 1-2-1 record. Coach Lauffer stated, "Our record doesn't tell the true story, We've played, at times, very well. But on occasion, it has been the low levels of play which have hurt us." The season opened on a good note as the Cubs set a milestone victory by recording a opening match win, this being the first time to in Behrend soccer since the fall of 1973 when Behrend started competing against four year institutions. The win made the Cubs 1-0 on the year as they scored with four seconds to go. Joe Kushor set up Mike Hockenberger for the score and the win. Lauffer noted, "The guys just didn't ever quit and we got the game." Turning in good performance on the day was Jay Varkof, Scott Lindenmouth, Jose Domingos and freshman Mark _Yingling who recorded his first collegiate shutout a goalie. The soccer team then ...

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

Follow the bouncing beep-ball by Angela Papaleo Collegian Staff Writer On Saturday, September 13, Behrend had an opportunity to observe and participate in what is known as Blind Beep Baseball. This is an altered version of baseball, the difference being that all the participants are legally declared blind. The game requires nine players on each team. There are only three bases: first, third, and home. The players are allowed five strikes and three outs. They can use their discretion to allow two balls to pass if they wish. The ball must travel a' minimum of 40 feet or else it will be declared foul. Everyone must wear ter must tag the base before anyone in the field picks up the ball in order to score a run. The Merimack softballs are shipped down from Massachusetts. They cost $20 a piece and are Behrend comprised a team to test their own skills at the game. They put forth a valiant effort as they attempted to defeat the BAB's team. Blind Beep Baseball is an unknown sport...

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

Provost Golf Tournament announces winners by Andy Seneta Collegian Sports Editor The Provost Golf Tournament which took place on Saturday, September 13th, was considered a success, and boasted two Freshman in the winner & runners up categories. Dave Lioen an eiehteen vear old. studying in the Division of Undergraduate Studies at Behrend took first place at the Gospel Hill golf course. Lioen, a native of Illinios, shot a 78 for the day on his way to the victory. "I have been playing golf since the 4th grade," said Lioen. Claiming the runner's-up spot was eighteen year old Rick Kwar ciak. Kwarciak from neighboring North East ended tournament pla> with an 82. A first semester D.U.S. major, Kwarciak said, "I guess 1 started when I was six or seven. My whole family plays golf." When asked why participated in this event he added, "For this (the tournament), well I just played it for fun."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

Morris encourages conscious awareness of drugs by Craig Altmire Collegian Staff Writer Former Miami Dolphin running back Eugene "Mercury" Morris spoke of his experiences with drugs before a packed Reed Lecture hall on Monday evening, Oct. 6. Morris spoke of his past problem as not one of drug abuse, but one of an individual nature, "The problem was me, not the coke." Drug abuse is actually self-abuse and everyone is susceptible to such The problem was (with) me - not the coke." self destructive behavior, according to Morris. While playing half back at West Texas State University, Eugene Morris earned the nickname "Mercury" for his displays of speed and agility on tt\e football field. As a Dolphin, Morris appeared In three Super Bowls and three Pro Bowls. The first backfield duo in history to rush for more than 1000 yards each in a single season consisted of Morris and Larry Csonka. retrial on the grounds that his lawyers had not been allowed to present evidence of police...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

Coffee with the provost informal and informative where credit is due, calling the rain, "an act of God." In the meantime, don't be surprised to see students by Steve Alter Collegia! Staff Writer The Reed seminar room was the scene of this year's first Coffee With The Provost session on Oct. 1. Beginning at 4:00, twenty-four students and faculty members attended to listen to and voice comments and ask questions directed at Dean Lilley on random campus affairs. Those attending ranged from on and off campus students of varied majors to representatives of several campus organizations. Among those representatives were Doug Gainor, SGA president, Jack Homer, Collegian editor, Jamie Grimm, Asst. Dean of Student Affairs and Dohn Harshberger, Dean of Student Affairs, and many other concerned students wishing to meet and converse with Dean Lilley. Subjects discussed were brought up at random by student questions. Dean Lilley was very willing to discuss any topic and positive or nega...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

Wintergreen Caf_6 a class act _^-'^ . but * to huv "the tvnes snack bar, but "Taking a cafeteriaplace to buy "the types of things Collegian Staff Writer The snack bar, Once called "The Gorge," has been renamed "The Wintergreen Cafe," because of changes made during the past year in the transition from cafeteria to snack bar. The Cafe once served as the dining hall when the only residence halls were Perry and Niagara Halls. According to Mike Ryan, head of Housing and Food service here, it was "The main dining hall for resident students. Everybody was eating out of cafeteria operations." When the Lawrence residence hall was built, Dobbins Hall was constructed, and the cafeteria operation was moved there. The original cafeteria was utilized as a line and calling it a a snack bar just doesn't work." said Ryan. "Basically it's the same operation we had last year, a year ago last summer, we renovated the entire kitchen and eating areas. We have changed our pizza shop hours and brou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

Amnesty International opens chapter By Craig Altmire Tne Behrend group's first Collegian Staff Writer meeting will take place Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 12:15p.m. in the Library Behrend students will soon have Conference Room_, an opportunity to join an Amnesty a short video outlining International group that will meet Amnesty's efforts and ways in on campus. which groups can help was shown Amnesty Inernational is a at Behrend on Oct.7. worldwide movement of people 307 communities and over 200 who work for the release of campuses across the country have prisoners of conscience—those im- groups that support Amnesty prisoned for their beliefs, color, International_, sex, ethnic origin, or religion, pro- ««A11 faculty, staff, and students vided they have neither used nor are encourged to consider becomadvocated violence. ing active members in Behrend's The organization also works for Amnesty group," said Barb fair and prompt trials of prisoners Pastwa, Behrend student and the as well as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

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