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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Finals Relief by Tammy Furyesz Collegian Staff Writer Arc the demands of finals and research papers running you ragged? What can you possibly do to slow down such a hectic pace? All you have to do is take some time out for yourself, relax and maybe do something a little different. Here are a few suggestions to get you started. Use your imagination and try something creative. 1. Visit the zoo. Not only is this the prime baby animal season, but the indoor-outdoor setting is a perfect way to enjoy an almost spring day. 2. If your habitual mode of exercise is as high-energy as your study schedule, sample a gentler activity. Try a stretching class or yoga; take a visit to the YMCA and swim in the slow lane. 3. Treat yourself to Laughing Matters, a new collection of American humor, edited by Gene Shalit. This laugh-out-loud compilation of essays, cartoons and poems from -such favorites as Dorothy Parker, Woody Allen, James Thurber, Fran Lebowitz and Garrison Keillor, is an on-dema...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Please.Respect the Worms * . . Why do they venture into the unknown? .. . Or do they know? "When the rain pours V.. They struggle and drown. /: Do they fight?, ,' ;-. '• . .•- ' ¦:Or dp, they give in . to their destiny? \. -The rain continues unaware of its effects. . Hundreds of them lying on lhe wet cement Nabne even really seems to care. They might squirm - or stomp - but no one really cares. The rain is the only deterrent - not the worms. I care. When the rain stops And the sun dries the cement, a few remain. , • ' ¦ Where do the rest go? The ones that did not fry? The ones that weren't snatched up by the birds. The rain makes it seem so simpleyet can we know? It is still raining. Good luck little worms. By Tammy Furycsz to you, love it escapes me no matter how hard i try i cannot seem 2 find it you attract me so i get 2 know you and if you interest me further well then that is 2 bad because you will not love me ' . you may love another you may not want 2 love you may not know...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Terminal Fate by Steve Aller She taunts me. With her blank expression and lopsided smirk, blinking...she taunts me and everything that I strive so hard to be. She's always there, facing me, following my actions as I move about the room. She knows everything about me and never fails to remind me of it every time we exchange glances. She does more harm to my ego by just looking... never speaking—always thinking. Perfect logical thinking. It's disgusting and I'm jealous because she can be silent and learn everything and I babble and gain nothing but more unanswered questions. She always listens and never answers, just blinks. I should , be thankful, for if it wasn't for her blinking I'd have to wonder if she was alive at all. She drives me crazy. She wants to know my deepest thoughts, and yet on the same token she gives me that look . that erases all hopes of meaningful accomplishment. I wonder if she has any idea what she does to me...how the pressure she puts on me can destroy any ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

CELTICS IN SIX by Jack Grow Collegian Staff Writer The last time a team claime back-to-back NBA Championship was 1968. That team was th Boston Celtics which won 11 title in 13 years. In the twenty yeai since then, no team has managed t keep the title of world champion fc more than one season. Many peopl feel that the LA. Lakers will _repcj as champions and become the no true dynasty in the basketball work I can safely predict that the yea 1968, not 1988, will be the las time that a team will repeat a Champions, at least until th. Celtics do it again. But wait, I'n getting to far ahead of myself. Her are my predictions for the teams i the Eastern Conference (tin toughest of the two in the NBA). The Boston Celtics are too old too slow and there is no way the; can reach the finals again, right Dead wrong! .The positive factor for Boston still outweigh lh< negative. The first positive factor i the Celtics starting five. Ever starter has played in an AH-Sta game in the last ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

N.F.L_'s First Round Draft Team - Player - Position - College #1 Atlanta Falcons - Aundray Bruce - Linebacker - Auburn #2 Kansas City Chiefs - Neil Smith - Defensive lineman - Nebraska (From Detroit for 3rd selection and 2nd round pick.) • #3 Detroit Lions - Bennie Blades - Defensive back - Miami #4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Paul Gruber - Offensive lineman - Wisconsin #5 Cincinnati Bengals - Rickey Dixon - Defensive back - Oklahoma #6 Los Angeles Raiders - Tim Brown - Wide receiver - Notre Dame #7 Green Bay Packers - Sterling Sharpe - Wide receiver - South Carolina #8 New York Jets -Dave Cadigan - Offensive lineman - U.S.C. #9 Los Angeles Raiders - Terry McDaniel - Defensive back - Tennessee ( From Houston for Sean Jones.) #10 New York Giants - Eric Moore - Offensive lineman - Indiana #11 Dallas Cowboys - Michael Irvin - Wide receiver - Miami #12 Phoenix Cardinals - Ken Harvey - Linebacker - California #13 Philadelphia Eagles - Keith Jackson - Tight end - Oklahoma #14 Los Angeles...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Baseball Blues by Rick Cam Collegian Sports Editor The Behrend Lion's Baseball team broke out of their slump at the plate April 12, at Gannon. In the first game, the Lions trailed 10-3 in the seventh when they got things going. Reese Wctzel led off with a horhcrun and was followed by back-to-back singles by Shawn Selby and Darin Wotus. Dan Froehlich follo _.wcd with a two run double and moved to third on an error. Jim Goard then brought Froehlich home with a sacrifice fly to right. The score now 10-7 with one out, Tom Partridge singled, Chris Biebel walked, and Bill Cover reached on an error to load the bases. Bob Druscbcl followed with a deep fly to left, advancing the runners and apparently scoring the eighth run. An appeal was called and the runner at third was said to have left early, double-play, game over. In the second, game the Lions got their revenge. Druschcl led off the game with a walk and was forced at second by Wetzcl. Wetzel was doubled in by Wotus who then sc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

. / .f* - - 'tt_^ ~ .r:T. '- ' Final Men's Basketball Leaders ' ~ ^~ SCORTNfi PLAYER FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% TP PPG GARY ZANG 175 328 .530 78 94 .829 432 17.3 RICK DEMSKI 114 225 .506 84 121 .694 313 13 GENE GORNIAK 120 211 .568 47 62 .758 287 12.6 MIKE JENKINS 78 178 .438 27 40 .675 196 8.1 WAYNE SNYDER 63 167 .377 46 85 .540 173 6.9 Rebounds . assists Player OR DR TR RPG player APG Gene Gorniak 114 161 273 11.9 Wayne Snyder 5.1 Rick Demski 76 102 178 7.4 randy Baughman 3.7 Gary Zan g 76 97 173 6.9

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

LADY LIONS PLAY TOUGH by Ray Van Dusen Collegian Staff Writer On April 14; the Lady Lions swept a double header from cross town rival Gannon, 13-10 and 2-1. In the first game, Jennifer Mouris was three for three hitting with ihrcc RBI's and Jill Smith had two hits with four RBI_'s. Theresa Sumncr got the win on the mound. The second game, unlike Offense key to lady lion's success the first, was a pitcher's duel in which Mouris got the win. Mouris also added a couple of hits accompanied by a triple by Sumner. There next opponent was the ever talented Allegheny on the 19th. The Lady Lions were just no match as they were shut out of both games, 10-0 and 11-0. On April 21, the Lady Lions returned home and split a pair of games with Westminster. After dropping the first game 8-2, the Photo by Carol Eck home team rallied in the last inning of the second game to force extra innings. Jodi Buerkle double in the bottom of the seventh, scoring Sandy Taylor to tic the game at four...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Behrend Hires New Women's Basketball Coach by Dave Bruce Collegian Sports Editor Jcnepher Crawford has been named the new women's basketball coach at Pcnn State-Bchrend. Crawford replaces Karin Sabotta who resigned last month and has joined the Westwood Racquet Club as a tennis pro. QUIK PHOTO 1 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING AT 3315 LIBERTY LOCATION 2 HOUR PHOTO FINISHING AT KMART PLAZA EAST 3315 Liberty...866-6363 K-Mart Piaza...899-0567 Prior to her position at Penn State-Bchrend, Crawford served as a graduate assistant for the Iowa State women's basketball team. She attended Springfield College in Springfield, Mass_, where she was an All-American basketball player. A native of Mercer, Pa., Crawford has also taught and coached at Hartford High School in White River Junction, Vermont. "We are pleased to have someone with Jcnepher Crawford's background; both as a player and as a coach, coming in to take over this program," said Herb Lauffer, Athletic Director at Pcnn State-Bchrend, "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

TOP FIVE LION HITTERS (BASED ON 65 AT-BATS) Hits At-Bats Hr Rbt Avg. DAN FROEHLICH 30 82 1 19 .366 bob druschel 31 89 1 16 .348 Tom Partridge 25 76 0 5 .329 REESE WETZEL 23 82 2 19 .280 JIM SENYO 17 65 18 .261

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Parting Thoughts by David Bruce Collegian Sports Editor Since this is my last sports column, I thought it would be appropriate if I discussed several opinions, both good and bad, that I have formed in the past two years of covering Behrcnd sports. -The improved play of the men's basketball team. Though the Lions did not reach .500, the program gained respectability and, in fact, has become a strong Division III team. Coach Zimmerman has recruited extremely well and the team should continue to improve in the future. -The problems that have occurcd during the planning of the new Behrend sports center. It was supposed to have been finished this spring, but due to financial problems ground has yet to be broken. This, of course, means that much maligned and overused Erie Hall must continue to serve the need for Behrend students for another seven years. Perhaps the basketball teams can play in the new bookstore. -The excitement that former Behrend basketball star Randy Gorniak broug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

o -_~ _ | _^ _^ _^ ______ ATHLETES OF THE WEEK by Rick Cain Collegian Sports Editor Congratulations to this issue's Athletes of the Week, Tom Partridge and Jennifer Mouris. Sophomore Tom Partridge, the Lions' center fielder / pitcher, has just completed an incredible couple of weeks. In eight games, Tom had nine hits in 21 at bats with three runs and one RBI, for a .409 average. On defense, in addition to his fine play in the outfield, Tom pitched eight innings in relief giving up one run on three hits and a walk while striking out three. Freshman Jennifer Mouris, ihc Lady Lions' third baseman / pitcher, has played superbly all season. While pitching one game and playing third in the other in each of the Lady Lions' double headers, Jennifer has hit well in the clutch and is a major factor in her teams success. Both Tom and Jennifer will receive dinner for two at Barbato's in recognition of their performances. Tom % _^jZJB&t& a&k .- Jennifer Partridge _^...

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