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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Kings of the court by Michael Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer Two players have put _Penn State-Behrend on the basketball map this winter—Randy Gorniak and Gary Zang. The duo is a key part of a nucleus of players who have helped the basketball team find its winning ways recently, ending a tough losing streak. It reinforced the team's idea that "we should do it," according to Gorniak. It was also a rethinder of the confidence they have in themselves as a solid basketball team. Gorniak is currently ranked number one in Division III hoops in the rebounding category with an average of 15.9 per game. The hot hand of Gary Zang, a Delaware Campus transfer, earned him a fourth place ranking temporarily in field goal percentage nationally. Randy Gorniak, the 6'7" senior forward, doesn't see himself as a jumper. " I don't outjump people. I see where the ball is going, and 1 have a desire to get it."- He has hauled in a total of 270 rebounds so far this season. Gorniak has also seen his ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Bruc& _*s all-star picks by Dave Bruce Collegian Staff Writer Since I did not want to write about the Super Bore, and All-Stai teams are more fun to compose, I present my semi-official, 1987 NFL All-Star roster: Quarterback-Dan Marino, Miami Dolphins. The best in the game, period. Runningback-lot Morris, N.Y. Giants. Runningback-Curt Warner, Seattle Seahawks. He gets the nod over Eric Dickerson because of his Penn State ties. Hanfcer-Herschel Walker, Dallas Cowboys. Wide Recezver-Al Toon, N.Y. Jets. Wide Receiver-Steve Largent, Seattle Seahawks. An under-rated player who gets my vote for his consistency. Tighr-end-Mark Bavaro, N.Y. Giants. Cenrer-Dwight Stephenson, Miami Dolphins. Guard-Bill Fralic, Atlanta Falcons. Guard-Max Montoya, Cincinnati Bengals. Tackle-Cody Risen, Cleveland Browns. I hope this ' makes you Browns' fans happy. Tackle-Jim. Covert, Chicago Bears. Cornerbacfc-Darrell Green, Washington Redskins. Anybody who can catch and tackle Eric Dickerson from...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Volleyball with "varsity" image J J _ o by Michael Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer -There is a club with a "varsity" image at Penn State Behrend, the men's volleyball team. They are coming off a successful season in which the team finished third in the east. As a member of the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (EIVA), they have moved up from tf e B-flight to the A-flight which includes Pitt, St. Francis, I.U.P., Allegheny, Robert Morris as well as Penn Siate-Behrend. Being in a higher division, they face tougher competition with only five returning players, three of them being starters. The team is coached by Dr. Bob Light and captained by junior Steve Stegman. Other team members include: junior Ken Richter; sophomores Sean Weaver, Kevin Wagner, Clark Bradley, Tim Wilson and Doug Pecora; freshmen Tom Drda, Ken Fisher, Steve Shadle, Tom Wilkinson and Scott Olsen. The squad practices in Erie Hall on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10-12 p.m., and Sundays from 9:30-11:30....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Behrend_^s best in centercourt Behrend's Best highlights women's basketball player _^ SueJHolmes and men's basketball player Gary Zang. Holmes is a 5'9" forward center from Hermitage, Pennsylvania. She is a senior Communications major and will graduate from Behrend in May. She is currently averaging 12.5 points per game and 7.0 rebounds per game. On January 23, Holmes reached a milestone in her basketball career by scoring her 1,000th career point. At this current time Holmes has a total of 1035 points and is threatening former Cubs' star Missy Stasenko's 1981-85 record of 1057 points. According to head coach Karin Sobotta, "Sue is one of our most experienced and intense players. She is strong on offense and is toughening up her defense. Junior forward Gary Zang is also honored as one of Behrend's best. Zang is an Accounting major from Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Before playing at Behrend, Zang played at the Delaware County Campus of Penn State. While at the Delaware Campus, Zang...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Shootout at halftime by Sue Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer Hey Sports Fans! Not only does Behrend offer great basketball action with our very own Behrend Cubs, but the half-times have become equally as exciting. In order to boost spirit and support for the team from the audience, the Army ROTC and Athtletic Department are promoting a "shoot out" during the half-times at every home basketball game. Contestants for this contest are randomly selected by numbers off the ticket stubs. Michael Ban, men's baseball coach, reads three numbers to pick the three contestants. Each contestant must complete four shots in the 24 second time limit, the contestant wins all four prizes. A completed lay-up wins a box of popcorn and a soft drink at the concession stand. A completed foul shot wins a portable telephone sponsored by Show TV and Appliance. The final and most important shot must be made at half court and wins SI,000 sponsered by Kimmel Pontiac. So far the highest winner has been up ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

Student Relations Committee completes survey by Kevin R. Mills . . . Collegian Staff Writer su_™ey fo1_™ 'tself- TheJorms were made available m the \\ mtercreen The Student Government Cafe for commuters and in Dob-Association at Behrend College bins Hall for the residents. The recently distributed a "student Resident Assistants for the onquestionnaire" to the population campus living halls also distributed (residents and cpmmuters) in order these forms. Of Behrend's more to "help evaluate student opinions than 2,000 students, 100 responded on various parts of student life here t0 the questionnaire. SGA Presiat Behrend," according to the dent Dous Gainor said. "I just Lori Rogosky, chairperson of the Student Relations Committee wish there had been more of a turnout. 1 don't know if we can base the (opinions of) the whole campus on 100 students." The survey is done every year by the Student Relations Committee of the SGA. Many issues were addressed on which the respondents h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

Osfoorne continues series by Lisa Hahn Collegian Staff Writer Behrend's bicentennial speaker series; "The Constitution, 1787-1987: People, Personalities and Politics," continues this month with a lecture by Mr. Walter Osborn titled "The Struggle for. Vindication: Blacks and Other Minorities in 1787 and 1987." Mr. Osborn is the deputy executive director of the Greater Erie Community Action Council (GECAC). This lecture was held on Friday, Feb. 20 at noon in the Reed Lecture Hall. Admission was free and it was open to the public. Walter Osborn was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1944. In 1949 he moved with his '_parents to Cleveland, Ohio and was educated in the Cleveland Public School system. He graduated from Glenville High School in 1963 where he was active in student government. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Franciscan University of Steubenville in 1967, majoring in Business Administration. In addition to his required studies, Osborn also participated...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

New scholarships offered by Barb Byers Collegian Staff Writer . Two new scholarships are available to Behrend students: the Adella B. Woods scholarship Loan Fund, and the Zonta Club of Erie II Scholarship. The Woods Scholarship Loan Fund is sponsored bj the American Association of University Women. It is being offered to all full-time sophomores, juniors and seniors who are residents of Erie County. The Zonta Club is a worldwide service organization of executive women in business and professions. This scholarship " is available to female residents of Erie County in good academic standing and character. The applicant must attend a four year accredited school and be able to show financial need. Although the due date for the Zonta Club Scholarship is April 1, 1987, Mary-Ellen Anderson, Behrend's new Financial Aid Counselor, advises that the application be submitted to her office by March 1. This is because parts of the application must be filled out by the Financial Aid Office, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

Eyes on the prize by Stephanie Burrage Collegian Staff Writer "It's a learning experience for blacks and whites; it shows the harsh reality of racism! "These are the words Ronnette Green used to describe Eyes on the Prize. Eyes on the Prize is a series of tapes involving the Civil Riehts Movement, specifically the years from 1954-1965. The tapes shown demonstrate the many ways segregation prevailed in the South. From the tapes I have learned that: 1. States fought against the federal government creating their own rules for segregation. 2. How the Jim Crow laws were formed. 3. Freedom rides were another attempt to end segregation. Freedom rides were a mixture of black and white people together riding a bus from one end of the South to the other. The blacks sat in the front and the whites in the back. 4. John F. Kennedy tried to have Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. freed from jail. This is allegedly the way J.F.K. won the black vote. The tapes also show accounts from those w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

the Penn State-Behrend Colleffl&Il Member of The Press Association Editor Jack Homer Feature Editor ..........Julie Karasinski Business Manager.. Jacquie Anthony News Editor Steve Aller Photo Coordinator Holly Lew Sports Editor Sue Holmes Adviser ....Robert DiNicola Staff Craig Altmire Andi Eliasz Kevin Mills Paul Sarkis Mary Stewart David Bruce JakeGuinta Paul Miniger Pat Schlipf Jill Tourville Stephanie Burrage Mike Golden Tracy Muffett Vicki Sebring Sean Weaver Barb Byers Lisa Hahn Cheryl Nietupski Suzanne Segal Lori Beals Michael Cifelli Susanna Jalosky Angela Papaleo Raymond Sines Rick Brooks Julie Clough Sherry Kanzius Lynn Popovich Jill Smith Michelle Miller Robert Eggteston Paul Duda Chris Rapach Ann Stewart Mailing Address - Behrend Collegian, Station Road, Erie, PA 16563 REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY Office located in Reed Union Building CASS Student Advertising, Incorporated Office Hours - 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Monday through Friday ' 1633 West Central St. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

S.G. A. Minutes * President Doug Gainor called Wednesday, Fefe. 18'sStadeitt Govern- ,• ¦ •;• ' -•< .-: mem Association meeting to order at 5:00 pm.-The meeting was b.«Id l» ; : ' ._>:.._>,:' the Reed-lecture hall in an effort to allow the _suident Jbody. a.chanee ' -to. : ; : ". ' -. *:¦ view the SGA meeting process in action. • " ' • ' >'• ".. " -.' ,_^ " • '¦r--" : : ' -- '•' r :. .;_- '> * To further encourage students to witness rheSGA' ineetfogpracess_* a -. -V ' . ' -: ' _j ; free trip to Daytona was given away as a door prizekyiwoe _Canadians was .; -;:\ r : the winning ticket, determined by a random drawing at ' _tfie end of,the ¦ . .v ; _- ' '• . meeting. . » ' ' . ' , ¦ • ' ;:~ • • ' ._; ' ;;., . _" .i . ' .- ¦ " ¦ - . - ' ._^ * Dallas Jacobs reported that the Joint Residence CoBttdBis consiaenng -; ¦ ' "; ' * > a future Last Lecture series, where Behread professors are givett an op- • _^ ¦ , portunity to give their last ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

Intern assisting Student Affairs office by Jill Tourville semester at Behrend to gain ex-Collegian Staff Writer perience in relating with the student body. Leah's responsibilities include New to the Student Affairs Of- such activities as working with the fice this semester is Leah Magestro. student assistants in the Student Leah is presently serving an intern- Affairs Office, initiating organizaship as an assistant to Jamie tional management projects such as Grimm, the Asst. Dean of Student the bulletin board system in the Affairs. Before coming to Reed Building, and promoting the Behrend, Leah earned a Bachelor's cultural events and speaker series Degree in health and physical on campus. After a month in the education, and worked for two Student Affairs Office, Leah years as a basketball coach in Ten- describes her experience as "a good nessee. Now she attends Edinboro situation here ..." The environment Graduate School where she is the is structured and Jamie gives her assis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

Homebuilding seminar via T-l carrier University Relations-Thanks to the technology of Penn State-Behrend's T-l carrier two-way teleconferencing system, members of the Home Builders Association of Northwestern Pennsylvania can participate in a "Right to Know" seminar in University Park, Pa.~ without leaving Erie. On Tuesday, March 3 at 1:30 p.m., an estimated 20-25 members of the association will gather in room 116 of Behrend's Reed Union Building _*o participate in the seminar, which will be conducted by Maurine Claver, an industrial hygienist from Penn State, University Park, Pa. The seminar marks Penn State-Behrend's first agreement with an outside agency to deliver a training program via the T-l Carrier, which provides two-way video and audio transmissions and is often used for educational programs and classes in the college's Master's of Education in adult education curriculum. According to Bob Price, the executive officer of the local chapter, the T-l Carrier will offer...

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