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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Weekly Events for SUB are Scheduled The Behrend Student Union Board is scheduling two events of interest for the upcoming week. A science-fiction thriller "The Andromeda Strain" and a special program entitled "Prison Close-Up" will be featured on the SUB's agenda. J. Michael Crichton's bestselling novel is the basis for this entertaining science-fiction film. "The Andromeda Strain" stars Arthur Hill, David Wayne and James Olson as a team of scientists whose job it is to isolate deadly organisms for outer-space in a race-against-the-clockexperiment. Directed by Robert Wise, the sciencefiction melodrama with its maze of specialized equipment makes for a compelling film with a timely theme. Prices for "The Andromeda Strain" are 35 cents with and a dollar without an activity card. The movie will have two showings on Sunday, November 5 at 7 and 9:30 p.m. On Tuesday, November 7 at 8 p.m., a most unusual program is slated for the RUB Lecture Hall. "Prison Close-Up", a program initiat...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

SGA Executive Board Talks About Funding by Jim Benner Staff Reporter Sometimes an organization must review what its purposes are and to what ends these have been followed. The Executive Committee of SGA did exactly that at a meeting held Monday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m. Several future undertakings were introduced and discussed. Walker Moore, SGA president, opened the meeting with a brief report from the COPS (Council of Presidents ) meeting he recently attended. One impression Walker got from the meeting was that Behrend campus is often overlooked in allocations of funds, even with its newly acquired fouryear status. Moore also said he was disappointed in student interest in Behrend so far this year. He noted the problem with SGA elections, late constitutions and late budget requests. Being in the fifth week already, no budgets will be accepted by SGA for this term. The topic for the evening opened on that note—How to increase interest in Behrend as a four-year school instead...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Commonwealth Campuses Form COPS Committees By Beckie LaPlante Editor-in-Chief COPS, the Council of Presidents, which consists of all Commonwealth campus presidents, was set up by University Park president Dr. Oswald, as a direct liason and sounding board between University Park and the branch campuses. Major topics of concern at the recent meeting included the welfare of the Commonwealth campuses. An attempt is being made to alleviate the feeling that Commonwealth campuses are secondary to University Park. One problem has been the exclusion of ticket allocations to each campus for concerts held at U_.P. Several committees have been established to benefit both University Park and the branch campuses. The Undergraduate Student Government Branch Campus Service committee orients transfer students to U.P. and provides them with information about facilities and services that are _available_. The Tuition and Educational Costs committee made a proposal to form a committee to inves...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Abortion Reform Pushed by AWS University Park ( APS)—The Association of Women Students, ( AWS ) , at University Park is issuing a plea to all students of voting age at the Commonwealth Campuses. The AWS is encouraging students to write to their respective State Senators, and inquire how they regard abortion legislation, particularly Senator Martin Mullen's Bill No. 800. Mullen's Bill, passed 157-34 by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, has been in committee since July. It is to come up for final approval on November 13. If passed, this bill would deny a woman a legal abortion unless she has been declared on her death bed by a trio of doctors from the hospital she is in. It also denies victims of rape or incest to have an abortion unless on this deathbed. A married woman would be required to have her husband's consent, and a girl under 18 would need her parent's permission for an abortion. The Pennsylvania Abortion Coalition, which AWS is sponsoring at University Park...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

JRC Proposes Selling of Stocks to Boost Finances The Joint Residence Committee of the Behrend Campus held a highly technical meeting Tuesday, October 24 in an attempt to solidly establish the organization. The first order of business was to recognize Carol Black, Richard Rotz and Rob Johnson as the three new members under the amended consitution. After setting up election procedures, Michael Chiricuzio, acting chairman, resigned his office. New officers were elected as follows: Richard Rotz-Treasurer, Marylin Trusz-Secretary, and Ed Neubeurger and Michael Chiricuzio-Co-chairmen. The meeting then turned to new business. Suggestions were made for possibly organizing something for Halloween; however, nothing could be arranged because of lack of funds. With the JRC Constitution still not ratified by SGA. co-chairman Mike Chiricuzio suggested that the organization simply concentrate on itself for awhile. With this, in mind the idea of selling stocks into the Joint Residence Com...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Letters to the Editor Many times I sit in a classroom and listen to a teacher's lecture and I know he is trying to transmit many ideas into mind but I cannot understand a word he is saying because this lecture is so confusing. I used to think, it was because this teacher was so intelligent and well-learned in his subject matter that he could not come down to my level of thinking to teach it. But now I am beginning to think differently. I wonder how many teachers ever took methods courses in school on how to teach their particular subject. I realize this does not apply to all teachers, but for the ones to which this does apply, something must be done. Teacher evaluation is about the only way in which teachers themselves can find out where their problem area is, if one does exist. I do not mean a computerized list of 50 questions to which the students answer "I strongly agree or disagree." I feel each teacher should conduct his own evaluation and have it contain questions that...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Candidate Party Favor Opposed Undecided Benjamin Dobmroski Democrat X 1st Assembly District Robert Bellomini Democrat X 2nd Assembly District David DiCarlo Democrat X 3rd Assembly District Kingsley Blasco Democrat (unavailable for comment) 4th Assembly District C.Livingston Democrat (unavailable for comment ) 5th Assembly District Dr. Quentin Orlando Democrat X State Senator Burton Fish Republican X 2nd Assembly District Attorney Wendell Good Republican X 3rd Assembly District Forest Hopkins Republican In favor of lowering age to 19 4th Assembly District David Hayes Republican X 5th Assembly District Dr. R.John Brozich Republican X State Senator

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

AFFS Will Sp onsor Film Previe at ESC A three-day weekend critical preview screening of women's films, third world films, films on electoral politics and confrontation, Cuban films, films on Black liberation, Vietnam, labor, ecology and American institutions will be presented by Edinboro State College. Initiated and sponsored by the AMERICAN FEDERATION OF FILM SOCIETIES, this event will take place Friday, November 17 through Sunday, November 19, 1972 at Memorial Auditorium, Edinboro State College. The event is open to film educators, programmers, librarians, critics, educators, theater owners and labor leaders free of charge. A complete schedule of films is not available at this time, but plans call for the screening of the following films: Friday, November 17~Macunaima, Sacco & Vanzetti. The Original Last Poets Right On!, Not Just The Young, Labor Leaders Visit North Vietnam, The Pentagon Papers and American Democracy and Winter Soldier. Saturday, November 18--Pedog...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Youth of Today Mature by 18 One of the major issues being expressed in this area is that of lowering the drinking age from 21 to 18 years of age. With recent legislation, all of the minor's age limits were dropped to 18, with the exception of the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Local and state senatorial candidates were questioned on their position regarding lowering the drinking age in Pennsylvania. Attorney Wendell Good feels that the youth of today are mature at 18, and that they are entitled to adult privileges and responsibilities. He stated that the minor's age was first established at 21, because that was the average age that men were first able to carry their own armor. David DiCarlo, believes that "you can't be half an adult," referring to the fact that the recent legislation excluded the drinking age being lowered. "Bills must be consistent." Benjamin Dombroski is undecided on the issue because of the fact that some 18 year olds are still in high school. He a...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Editorial Policy The editorials appearing in this newspaper will be opinionated and therefore subject to criticism. All letters that are typewritten of 200 words or less, and submitted to the newspaper staff will be printed with the exception of those that are repetitions or in poor taste. The staff reserves the right to correct or delete portions of all letters for publication purposes. All letters must be signed, but names will be withheld upon request. Term standing, major, and hometown must be included. Signed columns represent the view of the author only and do not reflect the Editorial policy of the Behrend Collegian.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Cubs Drop Close One Edinboro Squeaks by CUBS in Overtime ByBillNeely Sports Writer Behrend's soccer team has done extremely well against its four-year competition so far this season and on Oct. 25 they were no exception as they again put or another fine showing even though the team eventually lost. A crowd of approximately two hundred screaming fans were on hand at Behrend's field to witness a heart-breaking 3-2 overtime loss to Edinboro State College. Behrend started the game off very quickly by scoring two perfectly set-up goals in the first seven and a half minutes and it looked as if they would blow Edinboro right off the field. Both of the goals were scored by insideman John Hoge and Behrend had a comfortable 2-0 lead. Behrend pressed Edinboro. time after time for the next five minutes, but could not score again. Suddenly Edinboro's Jim Kirk booted a shot past goalie Sparky Schaffer and made the score 2-1. The momentum had now shifted to the Fighting Scots as they c...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

The Outdoor Information Center By Vic Kopnitsky Last weekend was the beginning of the small game season in the state. Additionally, the late duck season is now underway. The limit on rabbits is four per day; there are usually plenty of rabbits anywhere in the county, especially around the orchards and grape vineyards. Two pheasants may be taken per day; the Game Commission stocks these birds throughout the county. This year both males and hens may be taken because of the poor chances for survival through the winter. Grouse and woodcock are numerous in the wooded areas inland from the lake; two grouse and five woodcock may be taken per day. In order to bag a wild turkey during the fall season a hunter will usually have to drive to the prime turkey range east and south of the Allegheny River. There are a few turkeys in Erie County in the Waterford, Fairview, and Little Hope areas. The problem in Erie Co. is the amount of coyer that the turkeys have to hide in. There is so much f...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

McGovern Benefit Hosts Sha Na Na By Ed Doklan Sea train and Sha Na Na played a benefit gig for the McGovern-Shriver campaign at the Gannon College Auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 25. A technical problem in the Seatrain's sound system forced the anxious crowd to suffer the pains of an hour and a half delay in opening the doors. When the doors finally opened at 9 p.m., one could relax and concentrate on reviving the concert spirit. Seatrain opened their set with "Gramercy" and some surprisingly good new material. Surprisingly because when Seatrain walks on stage minus Richard Greene (violin & mandolin) and Peter Rown (lead guitar & vocals ), one wonders how they'll pull it off and still sound like Seatrain. What evolves is not the old Seatrain of "Orange Blossom Special" and "13 Questions" fame but a new Seatrain. Along with a lot of new material their hour and a half set contained some more familiar songs like "Out Where The Hills", "London Song", and "Song of J...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

San Francisco Production Of Shakespearian Classic Star crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, portrayed by Kevin Gardiner and Sandra Pap pas, members of The New Shakespeare Company, recently performed at Behrend. By Lynne Phillips Managing Editor Monday night's performance of Romeo and Juliet by The New Shakespeare Company was well attended by Behrend students and the Erie public. The entire performance was excellent considering Erie Hall was not equipped with adequate lighting facilities. An extension also had to be added to the stage. Over all, the actors gave a brilliant performance. Romeo, played by Kevin Gardiner, showed a very strong and effective character. His acting was forceful and captivated the audience. Possibly Romeo's performance had to be so intense to cover the weakness of Juliet's. Juliet was portrayed by Sandra Pappas. She gave the typical appearance of Juliet but was overly redundant with her gestures. Her acting seemed to be extremely romantic. Somewhat ext...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
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