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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Geoff Bartley charms small crowd by Steve Alier roadster, complete with all the Collegian Staff Writer modified specifications of his twowheeled transportation. One of his Geoff Bartley's first visit to sadder songs depicted the death of Behrend turned out a small, casual a best friend in a violent, sudden group of 10-15 students who were storm on Lake Superior, with the all very pleased with his perfor- tempo and volume of his music inmance. Comfortably seated in the creasing in time with the storm of cozy, half-lit lounge outside of the the lyrics. Wintergreen Cafe, students were Teaching himself to play the treated to narrative folk tales ac- guitar after hearing Bob Dillon play in 1964, Bartley began making his living from performances in 1972. His career was interrupted twice by a broken wrist, preventing him from playing for a year and his work in a record store for three years when money became too tight. Dressed casually in corduroys, matching sneakers, and a pullove...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

"Two by Two" puts on finishing touches "poke" at the other characters. Kitty has performed on nearly every stage in the area and has worked-with many different directors; however she says, "I like working with Tony because I like being directed." She feels each show is a learning.experience. Sh ' eni, the eldest son, is played by Joe Williams. He expressed a lot of " credit to the entire cast. He described, them as an ensemble, "We all tell the story." The nice thing about this play is that in it is a human element that makes the story of Noah's Ark less divine. "It's something the audience can take home and think about." Playing opposite Joe is Jennifer Scherer, who is playing the part of Leah. She describes her character as being caustic and lazy. But, as by Susanna Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer "Two by Two" is entering the final stretch of rehearsals. "Everything's going great," said director Tony Eliot. When asked what he thought of the show ' and cast as a whole he rep...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

features Stars come out for talent show by Susanna Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer The Best of the Best and The Best of The Worst were the titles given the participants in this semester's Talent Show. On Saturday, Oct. 11, over 250 parents and students filled The Wintergreen Cafe. Master of Ceremonies Jack Horner came on stage to introduce the judges and show. The five judges were Jamie Grimm, assistant Dean of Student Affairs, Ed McClosky, Coordinator For Residence Life Programs, Doug Gainor, S.G.A. President, Janet O'Hare, S.P.C. President, and Bill Packwood, student at large. The first act of the Best of The Best was Audrey Henderson singing "You Give Good Love." Her performance was excellent and Whitney Houston was a hit. The second act was "The Greatest Love of All" with Jan Thompson performing a very creative modern dance. For a change of pace, Chuck Homyak and Hillary Kun performed a scene from "Barefoot in The Park." They did an "argu¬ ment scene" where the characters...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Psychic mesmerizes Behrend by Melissa Youkers Collegian Staff Writer Extrasensory perception, E. S. P.; is it coincidence, intuition, or supranormal? Exploring the intangible reaches of the mind is a fascinating business. One that has prompted more research and encouraged more experimentation than any other of its kind. For the past twenty-five years, Russ Burgess has been exploring this phenomenon along with parapsychology, hypnotism and suggestology. In 1967, he developed the "Burgess Method of Meditation," which allows one to rejuvenate one's entire system using the science of suggestology. The method consists of a series of exercises coupled with concentration and meditation that can be learned in just one 90 minute class. After the initial instructed meditation, one can continue and maintain proper meditation benefits in just fifteen minutes daily. Some of the benefits that can be achieved from using the Burgess Method of Meditation are as follows: A. reduction of hyper...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Music Jtieview "Gravity_^ mixes funk and rock by Paul Miniger j ames Brown vow Collegian Staff Writer G-R-A-V-I-T-Y! Heeeeh! James Brown is back and he's hyperactive as ever. Especially or his new album, Gravity. Brown, commonly referred to a; the "Godfather of Soul," is best remembered for his music recorded in the 1950's and 60's. During those years of rock infancy, Brown paved the way for future pop-funk musicians with his gospel-like lyrics and hyperactive stage performances. Now at 53, Brown has focused his talents as a pop-funk legend into the making of the album Gravity. What separates Gravity from other modern soul albums is its clear cut rhythm and blues style. _Absent are the incessant scratrhings and mindless repetitive yrics that are too common in ¦nodern funk music. The result is an enjoyable mixure of rock and funk that is eminiscent of earlier James Brown nusic. Of course, it is filled with go boosting lyrics (Turn me loose, 'm Dr. Feelgood) and famous (huug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

g" sport s - Experience will be the key for the 1987 tennis season by Jacquie Anthony Collegian Contributing Writer With a new coach and only one returning player, the 198C .Women's Tennis Team ended theii season with a 2-9 record. However, Goach Karin Sobotta was not disappointed in the team's performance. During their season, the team played such top ranked teams as Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Canisius College of New York, University of Buffalo, and many others. In their final match at the St. John Fisher Cardinal Invitational, the tennis team placed 8th with two wins in doubles. The first doubles match was won by Katie Phillips and . Margie Suroviec over Wells College of New York. Capturing the second doubles win was Lisa Hites and Jacquie Anthony over Elmire College of New York. : The only returing member from the "1985 team, Katie Phillips, played number one singles. She's a _Sophomore from Upper St. Clair High School in Pittsburgh. Playing number two singles wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

club volleyball team Practice begins for Z by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Editor . " Under the direction of Dr. Robert Light, the Men's Club Volleyball Team began practice on -Oct. 7, with the expectations of " continuing their tremendous Isuccess. The Behrend Club Volleyball Team is currently an associate member in the Pennsylvania Conference of EIVA, (Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) and finished the 1986 season with only one dual loss. ' As an associate member, the team was not eligible for championship play: however, they were invited to the championships based on their season record. In dual meet competition the club team was the only team in their conference to defeat 1UP and they also captured first place at th Allegheny College Tournament. The team lost only one dual match to very powerful Slippery Rock University. Most of their nondivision competition was from such strong universities as Drexel, Syracuse, Cornell and Columbia which the Behrend team de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Injuries plague volleyball team by Dave Bruce Collegian Staff Writer While their record might not prove it, the Behrend Women's Volleyball Team is benefiting from the caliber of the opponents they have played. The team's record is 12-17, but they have just played such nationally ranked teams as Ohio Northern and Western Maryland. Coach Jan Wilson said that while the record might suffer against these opponents, "eventually the team will learn, especially the freshmen, and in the long run it will help them." This is not to say that the team has not beaten any of the ranked teams. They defeated Glasboro St. of New Jersey, as well as Niagara St., a Division I squad. Coach Wilson believes that the biggest problem this season has been injuries. Both Michelle Madison and Michele Williams broke their ankles, Ennn Benner suffered a knee injury, and Julie DiFrancisco fractured her arm. This has caused Coach Wilson to constantly make changes with the line-up, and flexible players such ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Togetherness is the key to success by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Editor Although the Lady Cubs endec the 1985-86 season with an 8-11 record there were many highlights They won the Fredonia Invitationa Tournament and had close games with nationally ranked Allegheny College and with Division II Gannon Univesity. With six promising newcomers in addition to five returning players the Lady Cubs have fresh talent _tc blend with experience. The newcomers include five freshmen and a senior while three seniors and two sophomores return for a challenging 1986-87 season. Coach Sobotta said "We are entering the season very optimistically, and our goal is to be respectable in Division III of the NCAA, and be more than just competitive-we want to winS" The Lady Cubs success will depend on several factors coach Sobotta said "Early injuries (2 ankle surgeries and an appendectomy) slowed their progress somewhat and a lot will depend on how we adjust to the circumstances. Each player must ge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Intramurals underway by Andy Seneta Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Blue Book defines Intramurals as, "The emphasis on continuing opportunities for skill development, competition, maintaining physical fitness, and recreational enjoyment, regardless of sex or skill level." Behrend's Intramural program is guided under the watchful eye of Sarah Rose, the Athletic Trainer. She says that flag football and golf are in session currently and will be for a few more weeks to come. If a team is successful enough to be crowned champions they receive navy blue and white, Recreational Sports T-Shirts, designed by Doug Conley, a student who graduated last year. An upcoming intramural event is the "Schick Superhoops" contest,it is a three-man team contest with head-to-head action sponsored bythe Schick Corporation. Sign-ups for the superhoops competition started on Oct. 15 and will be going on until Oct. 29. There will be complimentary gifts given by Schick to all who participate. Winner...

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