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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Mark shares his concerns about the Soviet Union > by Mark Owens I think the Soviet Union should stick with communism and give up this peristroika stuff. Why? Because it's not good for them. If you've been following events in the Land of Fur Hats and Vodka, you know about the recent mass sightings of space aliens and Elvis there. It's sort of scary to read that Tass, the official news agency of the Soviet Union, is publishing reports of huge space creatures with tiny heads. I think they've been consulting a few too many copies of fine investigative publications like the _National Enquirer and the Evening Carnage. The next thing you know Tass headlines will announce "Vodka cures cancer," "Ten exercises you can do in line to reduce flabby thighs while waiting for toilet paper," and "Mikhail Gorbachev's former life as an exotic fan dancer/female mud wrestler." If they're going to import examples of journalism from the West, I'd rather see something / had this incredible u...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Eiitertamnient Videotape rental outlets offer diverse selections at low cost Convenient availability provides inexpensive entertainment by Michael Gettleman Collegian Staff Writer So you've seen the mall and now realize that there isn't too much to do there. Presque Isle days are all but over now unless the Indian Summer can make a comeback. With these dwindling prospects, it's now time to turn our attention to an alternate form of entertainment, home video. An increase in the demand for videotapes has greatly expanded the availability of rental opportunities. Stores which have been designed exclusively for renting of videotapes have been challenged and pressured by convenience stores and supermarkets for business. The result is a wider selection, and inexpensive prices. There are several stores in the Behrend area which rent movies and VCR's and do so at relatively reasonable prices. Basically, these businesses have similar selections from which to chose, but prices do va...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

by Christi Luden Collegian ,_$iaff Writer Drug dealing, police brutality, inhumane prison conditions, and the pressures placed upon, a love relationship forced into a disheartening and unfair fiasco set the scenario for Peter Yates' new release, An Innocent Man. . Tom Selleck and Laila Robins play Jimmy and Kate Rainwood, a middle-class, lovestruck couple who are planning an exotic trip before they start a family, Jimmy is an excellent airplane mechanic, while Kate both works and goes to school. They lead the perfect life until, one evening, two cocky and crooked police officers make a huge mistake and frame Jimmy for their crime. From then on, Jimmy and Kate discover it's almost Tom Selleck proves his innocence An Innocent Man" exposes world of police corruption impossible to touch the police with the law. Mr. Rainwood goes through his trial, is found guilty, and is sentenced to six years in prison. Life in prison proves to be very sickening and utterly horjible. The first ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Entertainment Briefs Police members take to stage Members of the dibanded Police have turned their musical talents toward the theater in recent months. Frontman Sting has taken a role in The Threepenney Opera, and drummer Stewart Copeland has just released his own opera, Holy Blood and Crescent Moon. Said Cleveland critic Robert Finn of the performance's debut: "We are left here with a well-intentioned but essentially amaturish work." Hurt removes tooth for role Actor John Hurt, who starred in the movie The Elephant Man, had a front tooth extracted so he could be more realistic for his latest role in the upcoming film The Field. CNN discontinues commentaries CNN has terminated individual commentaries after weatherman Flip Spiceland made a remark which network executives determined offensive to women. "Women's logic is one of those contradictory terms- like military intelligence," Spiceland said. Commentators affected will include Linda Ellerbee, who spoke at Behrend last year,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

BUSINESS MAJORS There are positions open in the business department of The Collegian. Interested students should have some understanding of general business practices, or sales. For further information contact: Stan at 898-6872

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Marley sparks the rebirth of ressae by Robb Frederick Entertainment Editor When Ziggy Marley bounced onto the _spectrum of commercial american music with last year's Conscious Party, the young reggae figurehead faced several colossal challenges. As the eldest son of Bob Marley, unquestionably the most successful performer in the history of Jamaica, Ziggy was confronted with the pressure of maintaining the family's tradition of excellence. Although the familiarity of the family name helped him gain essential exposure, Ziggy was also enveloped by the cloud of expectations which accompanied the successor of the third-world' s most heard spokesman. The sorrowful state of reggae music also presented an obstacle to Ziggy's success. After the elder Marley's death, few musicians contributed worthwhile material to the reggae movement, and the distinct style of Jamaican music was drained of its life as well. Conscious Party quickly proved, however, that Ziggy Marley was indeed deservi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Travolta redeems himself in Look Who's Talking by Joe Williams Collegian Staff Writer Look who's talking is a cute movie. Not so cute it makes you nauseous, just cute enough to make you like it and maybe not care about it's flaws. The performances are enjoyable and make up for the thin script Kirstie Alley plays Mollie, a CPA who's in love with her client Alfred, played by George Segal. Mollie gets pregnant by Alfred who claims he can't leave bis wife cause she's bulemic. Mollie gives birth to Mikey (voice by Bruce Willis) and decides to find him a father. One of the best performances in the movie comes from (suprise, surprise) John Travolta. Travolta plays James, a smartass New York cab driver who meets up with Mollie while she's in labor. Travolta gets to show off his comic talent throughout this film, which may be a turning point in his career. He may now] be able to live down his Saturday Night Fever image and redeem himself for the box officebombs Perfect and Staying ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Men's soccer team suffers a winless week Losses to Mercyhurst and Indiana drops record to 3-8-2 by Ken Kurtz Collegian Staff Writer A 6-1 loss to Mercyhurst on October 11 did nothing to dampen the morale of the Behrend soccer team as they battled to a 1-1 tie against a tough Slippery Rock team on Saturday. Head Coach Herb Lauffer said, "I give the team a lot of credit. They were down after losing such a lopsided battle against Mercyhurst. They tightened things up, and played with the same commitment as in their best games this year." The Lions (3-7-2) opened the scoring against Slippery Rock with a goal by Rob Peterman. Jay Varcoe had the assist. The goal came 40 minutes into the first half, and the score remained 1-0 until late in the second half. The Rockets' (6-6-1) Jeff Thursam tied the score with 15 minutes left in the game. The teams played two, 15 minute overtimes, but neither mounted much of an attack. According to Lauffer, it was 80 degrees and fatigue had set in. H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

by Mike Lesher Collegian Staff Writer This-past Thursday, the Behrend lady spikers. hosted Thiel and Buffalo State in a tri-match. " „ The Behrend team defeated Thiel in_^ five matches, as Buffalo State never showed up. Behrend dominated the Thiel match, winning in straight games (15_^, 16-14, 15-13). The.lady spikers used solid teamwork-to defeat Thiel. Behrend finished the Thiel match with its highest, percentage of kills so fa*, this season. Pam AHshouse led the team with 46 percent of her kills scoring. Kelly Jordan had an accurate evening at the serviceline; ; with five aces in nineteen . serves. Behrend's coach, Janet Wilson_, was pleased with the win, stating that the ,. g_^Is display_^d-confid_^_np_^_L and good _effortiuring the ;¦ match. ..-,.-.:'.- -;,., - ' .; ¦- ¦* ' On -Saturday;' -tte_^ ' -V Sports Lady spikers drop two out of three during recent home stand Behrend spikers hosted another tri-match,. facing Grove City and Westminster. The girls didn't fair so we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Campus officials admit that athletics and academics don't mix (CPS> Pressure to succeed in college athletics interferes with schools ' efforts to achieve their educational goals, campus officials admitted in a poll released October 3. The poll, done for U.S. News and World Report, found that 85.7 percent of college deans and presidents polled believe that "the pressure for athletic success and for financial reward in intercollegiate sports today has reached a level where it is interfering with the prime education mission of America's colleges and universities.'' More than 60 percent of the 3,900 college officials contacted responded to the survey, and of those, about 10 percent disagreed and 4.1 percent had no opinion. National Collegiate Athletic Association officials declined to comment. The survey is part of the magazine's 1990 "America's Best Colleges" issue that went on sale Oct. 9. Among the survey's other findings: • 95 percent said that high school athletes be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Behrend athletes are making the grade While national campus officials may think academics and athletics are in conflict at most colleges, Behrend athletes seemed to have found the right mix. Last year, 42 percent of all Behrend student-athletes had a 3.0 grade point average or better. In a team breakdown, the women's basketball team and the men's tennis team each had the highest percentage of 3.0_'s at Behrend. Seventy percent of their players had a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Also, sixty percent of the women' s softball team had at least a 3.0 GPA. Individually, three students were nominees for Academic All -American status. The students are not the only ones that have been doing well. Men' s Basketball Coach Doug Zimmerman, who has a 95 percent graduation rate among his players, was named to an academic committee of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). This is the third time in four years that Zimmerman has been named to serve on this committee. Zimmerman is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Sports Bits The Provost Golf Tournament, which was open to students, faculty and staff, was held last Saturday. The day also included a cook-out at the Wilson Picnic Grove. Thirty-one golfers participated in the event, with Leslie Curtis and Brett Banker winning the women's and men's titles in the faculty/staff division. Student winner was Todd Lowrey. In the skills contests, Jenepher Banker was the closest to the pin for the women, while Mark Louis was the most accurate of the men. For the longest drive, Curtis outdistanced the rest of the women. Chet Wolford had the longest drive for the men. The Behrend Track Club is sponsoring an 8K (4.95 miles) cross-country race on campus at 5 pm on Wednesday, October 25. Awards will be presented to the top two male and female finishers in the following categories: Overall, 16 and under, 17-19,20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50 and over, Behrend student, and Behrend staff. Clothing and food prizes have been donated by local businesses. Entry blan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Soccer Stats* through 10/16 Goals Assists Total Pts. Michael Mihalke 5 2 12 ErikFiloon 2 3 7 Ken Crumb 3 0 6 Ron Peterman 3 0 6 Matt Gallahger 2 2 6 TomKerr 2 2 6 Jay Varcoe 0 3 3 Dave Beck 1 0 2 Sam Condeluci 10 2 _Anthony Perdue 1 0 2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Sporting View The Series and other stuff by John Musser Collegian Sports Editor By the time you read this, it may already be to late. No, I'm not talking about a pop quiz in Math 140 or Chem 14. I'm talking about this years version of the fall classic, which is looking a lot more like a Mike Tyson fight: quick and hardly worth the trouble of watching it. That's not to say that there hasn't been any excitement, but the outcome so far has hardly been surprising. The Oakland A's have thoroughly dominated games one and two, despite the fact that Jose Canseco has yet to get his first hit. Of course, when you have Rickey Henderson almost literally carrying the A's offense on his shoulders, Jose can just stand in right field and flex his pectorals. Offense isn't the difference in this Series, however. The Giants have some lumber, with Kevin Mitchell and Will Clark cutting most of the wood. The difference is in the pitching. The A's have great starting pitching. The Giants have aver...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 18 October 1989

Erie Panther's coach talks about the athlete and substance abuse Seminar kicks off Alcohol Awareness Week (continued from page one) hockey player can either seek professional help or be banned from the league. Both Hansis and his players thought that the random testing was effective. Hansis thinks that one reason that substance abuse is prevalent in sports is because of the incredibly high salaries that todays athletes earn. He said that professional athletes have a lot of spare time as well as money. Many people, including drug dealers, take advantage of this fact After Hansis was finished speaking, Moore talked to the audience about some of the people he has seen using drugs while he played college hockey at R.P.I. He said some of the fraternity members would try to get the hockey players caught doing drugs. The team at R.P.I. would try to keep the player away from the frats and their drugs. Sometimes, they were unsuccessful. Miciak spoke next, and ¦¦_BlMHDni_^_BHEBiniBH e...

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