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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

BerirencTs first concert a success by Cheryl Nietupski Colleian Staff Writer Imagine you and your friends arriving at the Tullio Convention Center for a well-known rock group to play in Erie. It's Saturday night and you're all standing outside amidst the large group of concertgoers, waiting for the double doors to open... On the evening of March 21st, there just happened to be a similar rock group concert scene at Behrend College. Students were lined up outside Erie Hall a halfhour before the performances of Endless Summer and Donnie Iris and The Cruisers. The doors were unlocked and the students, eager to get into the gymnasium to find the best seats available, were searched for cameras and tape recorders. Anyone caught with such devices was told to take it back to their car. due to "security reasons," as is typically done at any civic arena for top-line perfor- mances. There was some speculation over seating arrangements, but most seemed to find a comfortable spot. The ble...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Music review U2 cultivates rock by Paul Miniger Collegian Staff Writer If one were to read before listening to the lyrics of U2's "The Joshua Tree," one would say that it is full of dark, foreboding imagery. One might also say that it conveys a sullen mood, filled with allusions to death and poverty. The atmosphere of "The Joshua Tree" is best described as cold and hopeless and, in fact, quite depressing. Yet, when you listen to the album, the music is enjoyable and the messages are crystal clear. It only takes a few times through "Bullet the Blue Sky" to be hooked into the groove against nuclear war. I think that because of this, U2 has gained tremendous popularity. They are a band that is not meant to be taken lightly; yet their music is never so heavy that it isn't enjoyable. They have found the perfect medium in which to convey a dramatic social message, and they do so in such an accessible manner. "The Joshua Tree" is a good example. On it, Bono's voice is strong and ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

What Bruce sees in baseball's future by David Bruce Collegian Staff Writer As the 1987 baseball season approaches, the biggest factor in each division appears to be starting pitching. In other words, there are not enough- arms to go around. So without further ado, here are my 1987 season predictions. MX. East New York- The defending champs appear to be in the driver's seat. They have the strongest starting pitching in the division as well as reliable relief pitching. They could even improve on last season's record if Dwight Gooden returns to his 1985 form, Darryl Strawberry improves on his consistency and Kevin McReynolds has the kind of season the Mets' fans are expecting. Philadelphia- The Phillies are the only team in the division with a realistic chance of overtaking the Mets. The acquisition of Lance Parrish from Detroit will help tremendously. This team will score a lot of runs, but the question will be whether their pitchers will giv_« up just as many runs. St. Louis-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Hard work pays off for indoor soccer team by Sean Weaver Collegian Staff Writer : Cooperativeness and increasing confidence were the keys to Penn State Behrends men's indoor soccer team as they claimed a third place spot out of twelve teams at Grove City, PA on March 14. ; Mike Cifelli and Mark Yingling were named to the all tournament team for outstanding play at the competition. Cifelli scored six points at the event and was pleased with the team effort. "It was a gfeat honor being named to the all tourney team," said Cifelli. "But the team really earned their third place spot. Being named to the (all) tcjurnament team was just the icing on the cake." : Yingling, also named to the all tQurney team for goal keeping, said he was suprised about • being selected to the outstanding team. "There were some really good goalies there," says Yingling. "I really was not expcting it." The Behrend goalie also had positive comments about the team effort at the indoor tournament. "We playe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Preseason training for Lady Spikers game playing, but Coach Wilson said she is striving for a more structured practice. There are many advantages to the training program for the Lady Cubs. Coach Wilson commented that, "the practices help the girls' skill development greatly and I get a chance to play everybody, wich gives the younger players more game time experience. Also, everybody gets to know each other better." Not" all who participate in the spring sessions are automatically on the team. "There are openings for next year, but everybody will have to work for the twelve spots," said Coach Wilson. There are four returning players from the fall edition currently in- By Michael Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer The women's volleyball squad is currently holding informal allcomers practices three days a week at Erie Hall on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Players can develop their volleyball skills in what coach Jan Wilson calls, "unpressu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Mistakes hurt cubs by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Editor As coach Mike Bari prepares his baseball team for their 32 game Northern Stand, he feels that his team must cut down on their mistakes. "Oui team is made up of mostly freshmen, and the freshman mistakes are whai is really hurting us right now," said Coach Bari. He feels that the team is coming around and they will have a definite advantage over their opponents, because the teams that they will face early in the season were not fortunate enough to have a southern road trip. Leading the way for the Cubs with a batting average of .355 is freshman catcher Scott Ebersole, followed closely by Scott Spragale with a batting average of .308. Leading the team in the stolen bases department is freshman left fielder Jim Senyo who is 7 for 8. Coach Bari is heavily looking to Spragale, Ebersol and Fred Turba to lead the team in batting average as well as RBI's. The pitching department will look to Dave Bruce for his experience on the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

One and two for Club volleyball by David Bruce Collegian Staff Writer The Men's Club Volleyball Team has played three matches recently, winning one and losing two of them. At a doubleheader at Pitt, the Cubs lost to Pitt before turning around and defeating St. Francis. Unfortunately, the scores of these games were not available. On March 25, the men traveled to Mercyhurst, where they lost to the Lakers; 4-15, 15-13; 15-10, 1-15, 15-13. "The team is jelling more," said Tim Wilson, one of the players, "Early on we were disjointed but now we are running more plays, helping to throw off a block. We still have trouble with setters, as well as consistency." The team's next game will be against Slippery Rock on March 29, and then they play John Carroll on April 4. Both games will be played at Erie Hall.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Varsity indoor Soccer stats (10 Games Flayed} Player • Goals ' _Mtctiaei Cifeltl 7 Joe Kushon 7 Ken Crumb. 4 MiteSmeiko ¦ 2 David Tittey. 1 Silas Grant - 1 Doug McGarthy 1 ' . Total 23 goals

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Inexperience may hamper the soft bailers by Angela Papaleo Collegian Staff Writer With the weather getting nice again we'll be observing the transition from indoor-sports to outdoor sports. We'll go from gymnasiums to ballparks, from basketball to baseball. The women's softball team will be actively participating. Practices began back in January. The first game is April 1st against Thiel College here at 2 p.m. The season will end May 2nd. Probably the best competition the team will encounter will be at a tournament held at Ohio Northern University on April 24th and 25th. This is the first time ever for the women. It will be a round robin elimination with-approximately-5 games each, weather permitting. Here the girls will be faced against 4 top 20 teams in the nation, such as: 1 ranked Allegheny College and 2 ranked Ohio Northern University. One weakness the girls have is in¬ experience. Aside from the 2 returning varsity players (Sue Holmes and Lisa Butch), the team consis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

BehrencPs best on the diamond by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Editor Behrend's Best takes a different twist this issue in honoring first-year Women's Softball Coach Ann Burbules and first-year Baseball Coach Michael Ban. Burbules and Bari bring to Behrend a great knowledge of their sport as. well as a tremendous amount of enthusiasm. Burburles is a 1983 graduate of Mercyhurst College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education and a minor in coaching. While at Mercyhurst, Burbules participated on the women's softball and volleyball teams as well as being an active member of intramural sports. Burbules has coached junior varsity girls' basketball at St. John's School and has sevred as a softball coach for Erie's summer recreation league. She is currently employed as an Adult Education instructor with the Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit in Edinboro. She teaches math and reading to clients at the Stairways Mental Health Center. An Erie native, Michael Bari gradua...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Men's Tennis Schedule April 2 Thiel College H 3 p.m. 4 St. John Fisher H 1 p.m. 9 Geneva College H 3 p.m. 11 Westminster College A 1p.m. 14 Gannon University A 3 p.m. 16 Indiana of PA A 3 p.m. 18 Allegheny College H 10 a.m. 21 Edinboro College A 3 p.m. 22 Malone College A 3 p.m. 28 Slippery Rock University A 3 p.m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Men's tennis season in full swing by Pat Schlip Collegian Staff Writer Under the direction of third-year Head Coach Doug Walbridge, the men's tennis team is back in action and ready for action. Coach Walbridge feels that "with the talent that he has seen so far, the tennis team is looking for their best season ever." The team roster consists of four freshmen: Eric Armes, Matt Brown, Russel Rowe, and Dan Sayer; three sophomores: Howard Cohan, Raj Jolly and Mike Veslany; and one junior: Tim Maus. (Cohan, Jolly and Veslany are all returning letter winners.) "They are all good athletes, and work very hard at practice. We have a talented team and we are much stronger than last year's team," said Walbridge. Walbridge feels that Slippery Rock and IUP will be the two toughest teams that the Cubs will face this season. Walbridge is very optimistic about the season, and feels with the talent on this year's team they can easily go over .500.

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