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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

SENATORS AMMERMAN, JOSEPH 34 Office Clearfield Trust Company Building, Clearfield. ARLENE, HERBERT 3 1705 W. Columbia Ave. Phila. BELL, CLARENCE 9 Court House Square North, Third and Olive Streets, Media. CIANFRANI,HENRY 1 927S. Eighth St., Phila. CONFAIR, ZEHNDER H 231327 Race street, Williamsport COPPERSMITH, LOUIS 35804 First National Bank B I d g . , Johnstown DAVIS, PRESTON 27 37 Arch street, Milton DENGLER, CLYDE 26551 Netherwood Road, Upper Darby DONOLOW, BENJAMIN 2 1127 Broad and Chestnut, Uniontown DUFFIELD, WILLIAM 32 107 East Main, Uniontown DWYER,BUDD 50 616 Center street, Meadville EWING, WAYNE 37 694 Washington Rd. Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh FLEMING, ROBERT 40 405 Freeport Road, Aspinwall Pittsburgh FLEMING, WILMOT 72306 Wyncote Road, Jenkintown FRAME, RICHARD 25 1335 Liberty St., Franklin GEHART, ROBERT 11 245 N. Fifth Str., Reading HANK!NS,FREEMAN 7 4075 Haverford Ave., Phila. HAWBAKER, ELMER 33125 Linden Ave., M,ercersburg H ESS, RALPH 28 P.O. Box 216, Sprinq Gro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

The Outdoor Information Center The weather is beginning to get really nice outdoors. The spawning runs of the rainbow trout, walleyes, and muskies are beginning. The trout are moving out of Lake Erie into the tributary streams; the trout season does not begin until next month. The season on walleye, muskies, northern pike, and bass ends on March 14. Until then the best places to fish for these species are at the outflows of the Kinzua Dam, Tionesta Dam, and the new Union City Dam. Additionally, the Misery Bay area on the peninsula is always a hot spot for northern pike in the early spring. The best method for the pike is the use of tip-ups with chubs for bait if there is enough ice to support you. If the ice melts fast enough fishing with spinners, spoonsor chubs can be very effective. It would be best to fish by Vic J. Kopmtsky Jr. with a bobber if chubs are used as bait in open water. The best method for catching walleyes, muskies, and bass is the use of jigs. Bounce the j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

(Continued from Page 1) of Faculty position was to be established. Now these positions will have to be dropped Irom the expansion plan. Also other aspects of the expansion will not be met because oi a lack oi funds. These improvements in educational opportunity lor the student will not become a part of the expansion plan. The student is getting cheated out ol the expansion of his-her own education. And this is all due to the attitude of the state legislators toward higher education. Moore explained that efforts must be made to influence the senators of the various districts to respond favorably toward the appropriations being made. The effort must be made by the individual but will be joined in a group effort through SGA and JRC. As Moore said, "Form letters and petitions don't have as much impact." Suggestions of what to include in the letter is an attitude of the student's concern regarding the consequences of the appropriation deficiency. This lack of funds is only reflecting...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

It's Now a Life Swap? Pitchers Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich, long-time New York Yankee teammates, said Monday that they had exchanged wives and families through a mutual agreement. "We both had happy marriages but we thought we could find greater happiness," said Kekich, explaining the arrangement. "It was not a wife swap," said Peterson, "but a life swap. Peterson and Susan Kekich apparently are happy together and Fritz said they plan to divorce their spouses in New Jersey when the team moves North. Kekich and Marilyn Peterson are not currently together. The children involved are Greg and Eric Peterson, ageb 5_'2 and 2'2, and Kristen and Reagan Leigh Kekich, ages 6 and 2' 2. The two players apprised the club ol the situation two weeks agoand General Manager Lee MacPhail asked both of them il they felt they could continue as teammates. They did. and the club took no steps to interfere. The situation between the two lamilies began last summer, the pitchers said. Kekich and hit&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

Take A Fling: See DISCOVERY! If you are looking for a last fling before settling down to study for finals, Behrend Readers have just the ticket. It's a ticket for their program DISCOVERY oh Monday night, March 12 at 7:30 p.m. in The Studio. A number of "Discoveries" as found in different types of literature have been put together for the enjoyment ol the campus audience. The discoveries featured in the program will be a Reader's Theater adaptation of the famous Frend classic, "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Eupery. A delightful fantasy, it presents the travels of the little prince, played by Jan Aspden, as he moves from asteroid to asteroid in search of the secret that would give meaning to life and relationships. The cast includes Greg Leo, V'ince Rerger, Rick Metcall, Mark Coates. Sue Ann Spoke. Margie Brant, Kitty Lavery and Mona Fisher. A scene irom "The Rainmaker" with Kitty Lavery and Greg Leo will be included in addition to _monologues from "Our Town" and "The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

S BB HPff* _tfteflP WJIfl! Commuters Seem to be Isolated held we us not and Many Complain About Rift In last week's paper, the pros and cons of the Behrend College dormitory life were discussed. This week, another aspect oi student housing will be discussed, one which affects more than hall of the students at this college; and that is the situation of offcampus student housing, at home, in apartments, and in rented rooms. Most generally, these students are known as commuters. They seem to be the most isolated oi the student groups, as they are not in close contact with either the dorm students nor, especially, with each other. The case of Kobin Andersen and his three roommates is a special one. They are close enough to the campus to not consider themselves commuters by definition, yet they are considered as such by those resident students who know them. Andersen lives in a small house on Station Iload which he describes as "in need of repair". Vet, he said, it is '•comfortable...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

Argir to Perform Closing out the entertainment schedule for the SUB this term will be three consecutive appearances of The Argir Group at the Coffeehouse and Sunday night's film "Eva-Was Everything But Legal." The Argir Group has been billed as "the most original and together Coffeehouse act of the season", and "a group with amazing versatility and fine musicianship." The tag of "amazing versatility" might be the most accurate ol them all. Besides using the usual acoustic guitar sound, the Argir Group employs instrumentation such as flute, kazoo, and some electric guitar. Not to be missed by any means are the kazoo antics performed by Betsy Bernard_, w ho also doubles as flutist. This accomplished musical trio Joes all original material, shying ;_iway from the typical Bob Dylan mid ' Peter. Paul and Mary rut that most Coffeehouse groups get :>ogged clown with. The Argir _:;roup has cut some- records but :n-c(cv _touring rather than doing studio work. Come out and see ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

NAIA Nationals to be Held in Sioux City, Iowa to Feature Three of Behrend's Best Grapplers ¦ _ _Iv _^9 _J_<_6*_3flQtMtfdi _uiajjpieu iu Hiieiiu _nhih _nauuiiaii _^i&as&mumMt ¦_jJiM_^^^^_as_^_s .XJJa Three of Behrend's finest wrestlers will compete in the NAIA Nationals and placed sixth. At 118 pounds, Julio's record stands at 9-1. Larry Fabrizi. this month in Sioux City, Iowa. Keith Richardson weight 126, has a record of aiso c0-captain of the team, has a record of 7-3. He is a sophomore majoring 9-1. Keith is a iourth term Liberal Arts major from Greenville, Pa. Julio DiMarco, co-captain of the wrestling team, went to the Nationals last year in Political Science. His weight: 142 pounds.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

Remember the lilies of the bible? They toiled not. Neither did they spin. As Dominican Sisters of the Sick. Poor we toil for the young as well as the old, for the acute as well as the chronically ill and we care not for their race or religion for all are of the kingdom of God. Our feet carry us along busy streets, up and down tenement stairs, in and out of homes where illness, ignorance, discour agement and despair are sometimes permanent guests. Nursing counseling, helping to keep families together in their homes as one loving unit. The Dominican Sisters of the Sick Poor achiev ing the impossible every day of the year. To learn bow you can serve as a _DominicanSisterofJhcSictPoot write to: Sister Marguerite MitcbeB, Vocation Director Room 103 Mariandale, Ossining, New York 10562

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 8 March 1973

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 19 April 1973

Students, Faculty Hear Poet Merrill James Merrill discusses his poetry reading with his host, " Judith Moffett and English Instructor Norman Gehrlein at reception following recital. Last Thursday night, April 12, poet James Merrill came to Behrend College to give a recital of some of his favorite works. A guest of Judith Moffet, Assistant Professor of English here at Behrend, Merrill is the winner of the 1967 National Book Award in Poetry and the 1973 Bollingen Award. His first book of poems_. First Poems, was published in 1951, followed by The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace (1959), Water Street (1962 ) , Nights and Days (1966), and Braving the Elements (1972). Attending the recital were many English students and members of the faculty and administration, as well as many other interested persons. The Reed Union Building Lecture Hall was filled almost to capacity, with several people standing in the back. After a short introduction by Dean Lane, Merrill read several o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 19 April 1973

Cwens Seeks Members Nat. Honor Society to Select New Members This week Behrend Colleges chapter of Cwens, the national honor society lor sophomore women, is beginning the procedure of selecting new members to servo during the 1973-74 academic year. The _jiew Cwens will be chosen on the basis of their scholarship, and their ability to serve the needs of the college and community. As a national organization, the Society of Cwens is represented by almost forty local chapters on college and university campuses from New York to Texas. The organization recently celebrated its 50th anniversary at its national convention at the University of Pittsburgh. Cwens was founded _iu order to provide some means of honoring scholastic achievement among college women and to give such women a vehicle for being of greater service to the academic and humanitarian concerns of their colleges. At Behrend Collegethis year's Cwens have been involved in a cumber of varied activities. They have served as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 19 April 1973

AAoin Campus Offers Undergrad Assisfantship Opportunities The staff at the Applied Research Laboratory of the Pennsylvania State University understands the value of ex perience to those beginning in a technical field. Because they do, they have created the George F. Wislicenus Undergraduate Assistantship as an opportunity for undergraduate students to acquire additional experience and practical knowledge in the areas of turbomachinery, fluid dynamics, flow noise and vibrations, and cavitation. A limited number of these assistantships will be granted to undergraduate students majoring in engineering, mathematics, physics, or computer science. In order to qualify for this assistantship, the student must have at least five terms until graduation, a 2.8 cumulative average, and a' willingness to work and learn. The students will be expected to work in the laboratory during the fall, winter, and spring terms from 8 to 16 hours per week. Part-time or fulltime assistantships may be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 19 April 1973

History Colloquim Studies Mule Bias For centuries, the history of Western Civilization has been viewed through and presented from a male's point of view. History as we know it has numerous sexual biases because few records were kept by women throughout the centuries, which tends toward the male bias as they viewed the events of the world. "The Liberation of Cleo: The Sexist Bias in History" is the theme of the colloquim of the faculty of Behrend College, to meet April 28 in the Reed Union Building. The exact schedule is as follows: 9:30 a.m.—10 a.m. Registration and coffee. 10:00 a.m.—11:00 a.m. First Session: _k 'Privilege, Repression and Frustration: Women and the Roman aristocracy."—Paul B. Harvey (The Pennsylvania State University). 11:25 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Second Session: "Women's Rights in England before Mary Wollstonecraft."—Jean 11. Ramage (Duquesne University). 12:15 p.m. -1:30 p.m. Luncheoa 1:30 p.m. -2:30 p.m. Third Session. "Nineteenth Century Images of Woman in the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 19 April 1973

SUB Sponsors April Fun This weekend being Easter, the Student Union Board has planned no activities. However, three events are scheduled the following week to close out the month of April. On Thursday, April 26, a guest speaker will make an appearance at Behrend. Dr. Straughan Gettier will talk on the topic of "Transactional Analysis: The O.K. Way of Life" at 8 p.m. in the RUB Lecture Hall. A reception will be held for Dr. Gettier afterwards. Students with an activity card will be admitted free of charge, while those without activity cards will be charged 50 cents. The annual Las Vegas Night will take place Saturday, April 28, in the upstairs of the RUB. A 9 p.m. starting time is scheduled for this extravaganza, which should transform the RUB into a veritable Caesar 's Palace for the evening. Gaming tables, roulette wheels, and tumbling dice will keep everyone busy into the wee hours of the morning, as there is no set time for the event to end. Prices for Las Vegas Night a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 19 April 1973

Folk Group to Perform The New Christy Minstrels, popular television and recording group, will appear at Harbor Creek High School on Wednesday evening. May 2 at 8 p.m. All seats are $4 and the public is invited to attend. Tickets may be purchased in downtown Erie at Behman Music, East 10th Street, or by calling 899-2286.. This concert is being sponsored by the Harborcreek Association for Music.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 19 April 1973

BSU Presents Artist Lagrone to Show Sculptures The Black Student Union is sponsoring a sculpture exhibit and lecture by Oliver LaGrone, a professional sculptor and poet. The exhibit will be set up in the Behrend Library for the week of April 23—27. Mr. LaGrone will also give class discussions and a lecture during the week. Other activities include a visit to the JohnF. Kennedy NATO Day Care Center, a radio program, and a lecture at Edinboro College. Once a student of Carl Milles, Mr. LaGrone has held numerous one-man shows and his sculpture has been widely praised. His poems, articles, and reviews have appeared in such publications as the Saturday Review, Negro Digest, and the New York Times Book Review. His poetry has been-ineluded in several anthologies and currently he is writing a book on African art. In appearances before groups in universities, colleges, and high schools, Mr. LaGrone has presented lectures and exhibits relating to art, literature, Afro-American his...

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