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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Lisa Butch goes up for a lay-up Men's team plays in Gary Miller Classic by David Bruce Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Men's Basketball Team will open their season at the Gannon Hammermill Center, with the Gary Miller Classic on November 22 with the tip-off slated for 8:30 pm. Behrend has participated in the tournament since its start in 1983, defeating Franklin University, and losing tc Edinboro and Gannon in the three previous opening games. This year, the Cubs take on the Golden Knights again. Coach Zimmerman and senior Randy Gorniak recently gave their thoughts on the upcoming games. "The players are looking forward to it ... we are getting things accomplished," replied Coach Zimmerman, "This is our fourth year at the Classic ... last year we played Gannon strong until the final quarter." Gorniak echoed the coach's statement, "Everybody is pumped up, Gannon is a good measuring stick ... we will know where we stand (after the game)." Gorniak, who has been fighting a ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Basketball teams tip off season by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Editor The Women's Basketball teair will open their season this weekend November 22 and 23 at the Fredonia Invitational Tournament. Last season the Lady Cub's finished their season with a 8-17 record, and third year Head Coach Karin Sobotta is very optimistic about the up coming season. "We are opening up our season at the Fredonia Tourney which we won last year, and I feel that we will win it again. I am not one to make predictions, but I am confident that the team this year has the potential to do well," Sobotta said. The Lady Cubs will face Elmira College of New. York in the first game of the tournament. Last season when the two teams met Elmira won the contest by five points. Coach Sobotta said that she will be expecting a lot from her freshmen, and will be pushing them to meet their full potential. Sobotta is especially looking for great play from freshman point guard Lisa Dorenkamp. "I will be expecting Lis...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Coach Wilson honored by Sue Holmes Lady Cubs played in this year. Collegian Sports Editor "Many of the teams that are rank-Head Coach of the Women's ed in the top 20 were teams that we Volleyball team, and physical _Pfayed in tournaments, said education instructor, Jan Wilson, Wll . son- Thl_* has mad u e her J°]> m has been selected to the NCAA Na- «««• one because she has been tional Selection Committee for able t0 watch many of tfie te _™s women's volleyball. Wilson has P la-/ - served as a member of the Eastern _BHnHHBHBaBanHI Selection Committee, the NCAA Committee that selects the top five o.»»•.»•» >* ._«. _*. «_ teams from the 65 teams in the opHlig _OefTieSter Eastern Region to become national I Q9eoe _AusilahlA contenders. As a member of the na- «-edJ>e!> _MVdllSUie tional committee, Wilson will be involved in the final selection of the _»SpaC!OUS top 20 teams in the nation. Wilson oOne or two bedrooms feels that one of the big reasons _~ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Funds Raised By Phone by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Editor On November 9th the first ever Phone-A-Thon for the athletic department was held at Behrend College. The purpose of the Phone-A-Thon was to generate funds for the sports teams here at Behrend. This was done by calling former Behrend athletes and asking them to pledge to Behrend athletics. There was a very large turn-out, ¦ with 40 student athletes, helping in __ _^ the calling of alumni. Athletic Director Herb Lauffer said "I was very happy with the turn-out of student athletes and cheerleaders and with the great help the coaches gave during the Phone-A-Thon." Lauffer also said that "This is a great way to keep the alumni in touch with what is going on here at Behrend, and it is also good because it gives the athleter an opportunity to talk to the aV nni." As of today the Phon A-Thon has generated 2055.00 _a;Jlars for the Behrend athletic department, with pledges still coming in. Lauffer said, "That with the great respons...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

N.B.A Predictions EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Bosioa-The. defending champions are simply too stroag for any .other team in the division to overtake, even, with the death of number oae pick Lea Bias. Washington—The additions of Moses Malone, Terry _Catledge " and Jay Vincent plus the drafting of John Williams should, beef up the Bullets'frontline, and newcomer. Darwin Cook will help with the playmaklng - Philadelphia—Julius Erving's advanced age, Charles Barkiey_'s injury, and Andrew Toney's slow rehabilitation all will hamper .the Sixers' progress this season. Although the addition of Roy Hinson will help the _froatcourk , " New Jersey—The acquisition of Orlando Woolridge from Chicago will-improve the frontlmev but backcourt problems should hurt the Nets even with rookie Pearl Washington. , ' . New "York—If Bernard. King-can comeback, if the pairing of Bill _Cartwright and Pat Ewing will lead to" a New York version, of the "Twin .Towers", ,if Kenny Walker becomes a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Cheerleaders go in search of spirit by Lynn Ropovich Collegian Staff Writer The 1986-87 Behrend Cheerleading squad contains a group of twelve bubbly, energetic girls. Gina Donatelli is the team captain with Jan Espin as the cheerleader's advisor. Geanie Comitz, Kirsten Etzel, Kim Henning, Janet O'Hare, Lisa Mascari, Cindy Pforsich, Crystal Powell, Amy Schultz, Jan Thompson, Sue Tolflinski, and Sheri Vogel make up the rest of the Behrend Cubs' sideline team. The Behrend Cheerleaders opened their season on the soccer field for the Homecoming game on October 11. Although they did not cheer for any other soccer games, they cheered for this particular one. When basketball season rolls around, they will be out on the courts rooting for our Cubs. On November 22, the cheerleaders are holding a workshop for the elementary and grade school children in the Erie area. They plan to teach the kids cheers and the basic steps that will help the kids in trying out for squads in the future....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Men's Volleyball Club places in tourney by Sean Weaver Collegian Staff Writer The 1987 Penn State Behrend mens volleyball club apparently has their work cut out for them as they open their pre-season tournaments following an impressive 13-1 season by last years members. During the 1986 Spring semester the mens club team spiked their way to a 13-1 record, which gave the club a competitive reputation in the field of club volleyball. By the end of its first year in existance in the Eastern Volleyball Association, the newly organized, mens team was ranked in the top five mens volleyball clubs in the East. The : 'new team" coached by Dr. Robert Light, eventually settled for an official spot of being ranked third in the East among mens club volleyball. The 1987 Penn State Behrend mens volleyball club showed the same team spirit as they set their way to a third place position at a club volleyball tournament held at Fredonia State University. Competing against teams from the surroun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Will Behrendettes dance at halftime? by Angela Papaleo Collegian Staff Writer Will there be Behrendettes this year here at Penn State Behrend? This question will be answered on Monday, November 17th. This question will be answered at the Student Affairs meeting, when Athletic Director Herb Lauffer,Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Jamie Grimm, and Assistant ROTC Professor Major McDavid will meet to decide the fate of the Behrendettes. After viewing a carefully produced video tape of the girls talents, the group will either be approved or disapproved. The Behrendettes are a group of girls that perform a dance routine at half times at both the home and away basketball games. They have all previously taken dance lessons in high school. They practice twice a week, and the girls vary in age from freshman on up. The Behrendettes have not existed for the past few years, this is due to a lack of interest. In order for it to continue there will have to be an obvious display of intere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

All-stars chosen from Behrend by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Editor On Nov. 1 the mens' soccer season came to an end, but not before four Behrend soccer players Mark _Yingiing, Doug McCa were honored with All-Star status. First team honors went to Chris Stine, and Todd. Lindenmuth and Honorable Mention honors went to Doug McCarthy and Mark Yingiing. The Western Pennsylvania In Photo by Rick Brooks Todd Lindenmuth, Chris Stine. tercollegiate Soccer '-Conference All-Star game was held at Slippery Rock University on Monday, November 10. The four Behrend all-stars represented the North squad which was comprised of players from Mercyhurst, Westminster, Grove City, Gannon, and Slippery Rock. The North squad was coached by Mercyhurst head coach Rick Burns. The South squad was made up of all-stars from Pitt, IUP, Geneva, St. Vincent, and Pitt-Johnstown. Head coach Herb Lauffer was very glad to see that, so many of Behrend's players were selected. The players were selected by t...

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

Acting Dean of Students named by Craig AJlmire Collegian Staff Writer Dr. An Costantino. Behrend's Acting Dean of Student Affairs sees his primary goal over the next six months to be promotion of student involvement. "1 believe Behrend students should be anion» the most involved college _siuucnu in Pennsylvania," said the former Director of Student Organizations and Program Development at University Park. Costantino defines ;.tudeni involvement as active use of Behrend's facilities, interaction with the faculty, participation in the classroom, involvement in camput, activities and growth in leadership. •'What I really would like to see," said Costantino, "is that we could encourage students to be involved in all these OKperience_^ which are important parts of (he educational process." Dr. Costantino _replaced Dear. Dohn Harshbarger Nov. 18. after Harshbarger resigned. A nationwide search for a permanent replacement will be conducted in May. Costantino presently plans to go...

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

Dr. James Davis receives grant by Jennifer Scherer Collegian Staff Writer Dr. James Madison Davis has just received a travel grant from the Canadian Consul General under the Canadian government's- faculty research program. Dr. Davis is an associate professor of English here at Behrend. In reference to the grant. Dr. Davis said, "the Canadian government gives grants 10 students and scholars to Study or to work on Canadian subjects. Most of the grants are pretty generous. Some are for people to go to college in Canada, others are grants to do particular projects." Dr. Davis applied for the grant last October, and once he was accepted, he signed a contract to do a book entitled Conversations With Robertson Davies, for the University of Mississippi. "Robertson Davies is a Canadian novelist and the book is a collection of interviews with Robertson Davies," Dr. Davis said. Also, Dr. Davis will need to go to Canada a ' couple of times to get the. microfilms of the interviews. This gr...

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

Foreign language policy revised by Angie Busbee Collegian Staff Writer As of August, 1985 (Fall Semester), a new foreign language policy was put into effect in all Pennsylvania State University language programs. This policy states that no student who had 2 or 3 years of a foreign language will be able to enroll in that same language at the first levei for credit. This also applies to students who had 4 years of a language in high school. They will not receive credits for the second level of that same language. The only exception to this rule is if 4 years have passed between the time you took the foreign language in high school until your enrollment at Penn State. This new rule was implemented to send a message to the high schools that foreign language work is to be taken seriously. Another reason for this ruling is to discourage students who had a language previously from enrolling in the beginner course to receive an easy grade. Dr. Fernandez, the Spansih instructor, says t...

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

"Who's Who" at Behrend by Lisa Hahn and Lynn Popovich Collegian Contributing Writer A number of Behrend students were nominated to be among the ' Who's Who in American Colleges. The Campus Nominating Committee has picked students based on the following _(fciteria: academic _^ achievement, ._IeaRfasKip_. qualities, extra-curricular ' activities, service to the community,- and future potential. The faculty and staff of Behrend College picked these students to represent our school. The process of nomination begins by students filling out an application telling about their involvement in clubs, activities, and academic achievements. Once this is completed, the applications are presented to the Committee on Student Affairs. The committee then picks the most qualified students according to the applications and references the students have provided. The fortunate students that were chosen to be in Who's Who are as follows: Nicole Huff-7th semester B and BS, Marc Infantino-lst semes...

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

Career and Placement relocates by Barb Byers Collegian Staff Writer The Career and Planning and Placement Center has recently moved from the Glennhill Farmhouse to an office in the Reed Building, recently vacated by the .Records Department. Mary Beth Peterson, Career Planning and Placement Coordinator, sees the move as "very advantageous" for many reasons. Because the new office is located in the Reed Building, traffic is greatly increased; more students have every-day access to the center. The new office setting also "creates more of an advising and counseling atmosphere," Peterson said. Other benefits arise from this reorganization also. Because there is now a full-time secretary at the office, "we will be better able to keep track of who is using DISCOVER (a career guidance system) as well as our other resources, Peterson said, "and it will also be easier now to encourage DISCOVER users to follow up and evaluate their results." Generally. in this new location, "we arc so ...

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