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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Liberal and conservative ideals clash in a debate held during Parents weekend (continued from page 1) In the area of domestic policy. Rusher said Bush promised no new taxes during his campaign and has stuck to the promise. On the subject of foreign policy, Rusher cast a shadow on the changes in the Soviet Union. "Perestrioka in itself can net work and that means that Mr. Gorbachev is going to fail," Rusher said. Their introductions were followed by three five-minute rebuttals. During his rebuttal, Rusher said the Democrats are ready to blame Bush for anything. In response to Kondracke_'s comment about the muchpublicized HUD scandal, Rusher said, "HUD and the whole idea is essentially a liberal idea." Kondracke responded by noting "Government help (for the poor) means that . some Republican conservative is going to get fat." He continued to say that waste, fraud, and abuse have not been stopped by Bush and Reagan. In response to a Kondracke remark about the deterioration of...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

LOVE ROB Back with new stuff by Rob Prindle People have asked me why I haven't been writing. It's simple. I haven't been writing because there has been nothing for me to write about. I mean nothing is going on. Everything is beautiful. Is this some sort of cruel joke? I mean, all summer long I listened to NPR news and went crazy because I couldn't write about the terrible things-that were happening. I'm talking about all those strange Supreme Court decisions. I'm talking about the rise and fall of the democratic movement in China. I'm talking about good, solid, tick-me-off news. And, because it was summer, I couldn't write about any of it. Then school started and the most important thing happening in the world is "Al Vogan, assistant director of food services, saves Behrend from the danger of Jolt Cola." (Yeah, like the coffee that the Gorge sells doesn't contain caffeine.) Everywhere I looked, nothing was happening. People don't read this column to hear about good things. If ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

I Opinion | Letters to the editor Outraged by Miseta's column Dear editor, I am writing in response to an article written by the very opinionated Ed Miseta published on October 4, 1989. Needless to say I was outraged at his observations. Considering Ed's opinion of women, I can see why he would think women were dumb for dating him. Mr. Miseta failed to point out or see in general that not all men are like him. Many men are more than worth having as friends, as boyfriends, and even as husbands (Our mothers thought so for a while anyway). His snide remarks about the quality of People magazine have some truth. But, Ed totally discredited his theory of assigning intelligence levels with a person's choice of reading material. His admittance of reading WWF Magazine does this-assuming of course that Ed Miseta is an intelligent human-being. The only response I can make concerning Roseanne is that many people enjoy her show, men and women. Finally, I officially challenge Ed to a game...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Mixed views on Behrend food Dear editor, I realize that lately there have been many complaints about the Wintergreen Cafeteria's exorbitant prices. I think that the people in charge there have a tough job, and I think that they have been doing it pretty well. The employees are for the most part pleasant, and (admit it) you can always find something appealing to eat. My complaint, however, has bothered me for such a long time that I have to get it off my chest. I eat lunch in the Gorge three times a week. Every time I go in there, it takes me 45 minutes to get my food. Do I just have bad timing? Today, I piled in there along with about 150 other sweaty, irritable students at 1 pm. I waited in line for my salad, I waited in line for my chili, and I waited in line to pay (a lot of money) for my lunch. I finally got to sit down to eat at 1:30, while my friend was forced to wait another 20 minutes just for french fries. I understand fully that those people work hard to serve us...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Tells writer to look for hobby Dear editor, Last week, I wrote a letter to commend Mark Owens on his hilarious article about women. Mr. Owens deserved credit for something that was an example of well-written and funny journalism. I did not agree with the anonymous girl who ripped it down. This week I would definitely like to do the "ripping down" of Mr. Miseta's chauvinistic and utterly disgusting piece of "journalism" (if that's what you want to call it). Eddie, doesn't seem to know how to be a decent journalist. In order to have any substance for an article, a journalist has to present a little fact in what he's writing about. Eddie had none! Unlike himself, not all men are "lying, conniving, cheating, and no-good-for-nothing animals" and the majority of girls do not choose his type. Second of all, what facts does Eddie have to support his assumption that all women read People and watch "Roseanne"? None! I'm also sure that the audiences of this magazine and television show...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Entertainment | Aerosmith pumps out a comeback in response to multitudes of new bands by Robb Frederick Entertainment Editor _~ Throughout the recent resurgence of heavy metal music, a legion of cloned bands have swamped the airwaves, with little response from the influential groups who helped inspire this new generation of rock musicianship. Recent tours by rock dinosaurs the Who and the Rolling Stones, however, have sparked a rebirth in the bands of old, resulting in a hardhitting celebration of the raunchy, blues-oriented sound of Aerosmith. Pump, the latest step in Aerosmith's calculated return to form, proves that the bands of today still have a lot to learn. These veteran rockers fuse their talented musical abilities and bad-boy undertones to produce an updated block of music governed by the classic sound that catapulted them to stardom during the 1970_'s. The 1987 release of Permanent Vacation returned Aerosmith to the star status which they had vacated for so long. F...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Entertainment Briefs Godfather sequel prepared Director Francis Ford Coppola is set to begin filming of Godfather HI. Shooting begins November 15 in Italy, ande several original cast members including Al Pacino, Diane Keaton and Talia Shire will return to their roles. Premiere lists top films Premiere magazine will soon release its list of the Ten Best Movies of the 1980's in November's issue. Leading the pack are Martin Scorses's Raging Bull (1980), Steven Spielberg's E.T. (1982), and David Lynch_'s Blue Velvet (1986). Graham to get star Evangelist Billy Graham will receive the 1900th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Graham, who has preached his gospel to over 100 million people, is the first clergyman to be honored with a star.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Spring Break 199i Individual or student organization needed to promote our Spring Break trips. Eam money, free trips, and valuable work experience. Apply Now! Call InterCampus Program 1-800-327-6013

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Mark talks about, well just about everything ell _,5 / The \ / Missing \ / n • \ / Pieces by Mark Owens Relax. This week is "the kinder and gentler column." It doesn't deal with women, men or hamsters on steroids. After reading this, you could compare me with Jim Nabors and think he's a vicious, drooling psychopath. Recently I've been feeling Andy Rooney-like. There's a lot of little things that are bothering me. Little annoying things that for some reason just deserve to be mentioned. One thing I've noticed is Fall Fashion. It seems the layered look is in this year. Go to any department store any you will find mannequins groaning under the weight of thousands of polo shirts and hundreds of sweaters. Rather than pay hundreds of dollars at clothing stores to get this look, I submit to you my solution: go home and put on all the clothes you own. I know it'll be hard for you to move and you'll probably sweat a lot, but be comforted that you are on the cutting edge of fashion, e...

Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

_<Availabl& at uour Behrend Bookstore: <An _outstanding work, by our own TUilph Lowell _Eckcrt "John 'Brown Gordon A biography of Gordon thai analyzes all areas of his confederate career. Read about his contributions to Georgia, to the South, and to the United States during the Civil War. John Brown Gordon . ' . SOLDIER •_SOUTHERNER • AMERICAN

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

'¦- _-£ NATIONAL COLLEGIATE • ¦ •• ¦ ¦: :r _A ALCOHOL AWARENESS WEEK : ¦: ; _* v _. .._>_, ¦ . ?; ;- . . ;. \ ¦ ";:..;r. . .".".... ¦ , _Al October 16-20, 1989 • _^ _Tji '• / ' \ : ' _¦ .:. ; . Sponsored by-- the Penh State-Behrend ' _flHJBffi : .... Health Advisory Board . . _^ CJiS P_^K_^r ' , • ' •^¦ : - -. : . _' - •; "¦ ¦ ' . _~ '¦ .:¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦• " ¦ ¦ ¦ - • • _]j }L ¦ - • ¦ _¦ •- ¦:¦ _' :¦ _- : . . .: . .. - . v . " , _' " ,: " .. ' - • "¦' V.. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS ¦**- ¦ « _'_^ : " ;-" " , . . MONDAY - October 16, 1989 7:00 p.m. . ' Athletics and . Substance Use . ¦ Reed Lecture. Hall . Presented by Mr. Ron Hansis and the Erie Panthers . " :_'. „ • • ¦ ¦ . • .., .. .Hockey Team : .... ' TUESDAY - October 17, 1989 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Display by the Chemical People . : Wintergreenllbbby ; Presented by Ms. Ruby ScKaff of the Erie City Chemical' ¦ . ¦ People ~" * . . " . . 7:30 p.m. ; "Underage Drinking: What Really Are YOUR Rights?" . Wintergreen Panel Presentation by Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

CHART FOR RESPONSIBLE PEOPLE WHO MAY SOMETIMES DRIVE AFTER DRINKING! ; * . _' . ~ APPROXIMATE .BLOOD ALCOHOL PERCENTAGE 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 Inflamed 1 .0* .03 X)3 .02 .02 .02 .02 .02 R«dy 2 .06 .05 55 loT _l M .04 .03 .03 3 ~_5i 1 09 _J8 .07 .06 .06 JOS & ~~ - - I 4 .15 _J2 " _TT~ _| .09 .06 .06 .07 .06. 5 .19 .16 .13- ~ I2 TI 1 .09 .09 .06- - _PoniUy 6 J3 .19 .16 .14 .13 al 15" [ - .09 " -. ¦ ¦ | . 7 26 21 .19 .16 .15 .13 .12 .U\. . . 8 JO .25 2\ .19 .17 .15 .14 -.13 - 9 J4 3& 2* 2\ .19 .17 .15 ' .ir ". Defwuely 10 38 31 21 21 2\ .19 .17 J6. j- " ¦_- . _«-*— *»m. ¦ ——i_. m ,a —^-_^ " . ' _0m <kwk it I cm. _rf 100 _pnf _Uquor. 12 at of bMr. or 4 o. U _uW_> _wm. SUUST POUCV IS ... DONT DUVE _AfTEB OUNKINCI

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

ONCE IN THE BLOOD, ALCOHOL HAS ITS MOST NOTICEABLE EFFECTS ON THE BRAIN. THE CHART BELOW DESCRIBES SOME OF THESE EFFECTS, Blood Alcohol Concentration Effects of Alcohol .05% body relaxed; judgement impaired .10% muscle movement & reflexes impaired .20% unstable emotions; vision impaired 30% very drunk; out of control .40 - 30% amnesia; coma; death

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Lions battle with Vulcans ends in draw Parents Weekend crowd treated to OT thriller by Stephen Jason Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend men's soccer team lost what Head Coach Herb Lauffer called "The battle but not the war" when they settled for a 3-3 double overtime tie against California State (PA) on Saturday. The Lions (3-6-1) took a 3-2 lead with 43 seconds left in the second overtime when freshman Ron Peterman stole the ball from a California defender and converted the theft into what looked to be the game-winning goal. The Vulcans did not give up, and tied the score again as Jason Miller pounced on a loose ball and buried it with 16 seconds left to help Cal State (2-9-1) escape with a tie . Sophomores Matt Gallahger (one goal and one assist), Dave Beck (one assist), goalie Ken Gronholm (17 saves) and Kevin Hess turned in particularly strong efforts for the Lions. Senior Michael Mihalke also scored for Behrend. Mihalke is currently the teams leading scorer with five go...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Improved lady netters end season at 4-6 Clark, Rice both make quarterfinals at St. John Fisher tournament by Robert Kitchen Collegian Staff Writer "They had a good season." That was what Coach Mike Grignol had to say about his team after the conclusion of the regular season. The reason for Gringol's happiness? The fact that the women's tennis team won four times as many games as they did last year may have something to do with it. Grignol was also very pleased with the marked improvement of the '89 squad over last years edition. The '88 team managed to win only once in ten tries, while this years edition won four games playing basically the same schedule. The lady netters ended theii season with a 4-6 record. Victories for the Lady Lions were over Thiel College, Buffalo State, and two wins over SUNYFredonia. In singles play, Erika Lloyd had the most consistent record foi the Lady Lions on the season with five wins and five losses. The other singles records are: Clark (3-4), ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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