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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Perm State defeats Pitt once again by Sue Jalosky bands who went along made up on- flair" added Pat Espin. By this Collegian Staff Writer ly 15 people in an audience of time energy and anticipation had about 200. ' filled the room. But the spon-The bands were more surprised taneous trip, the unpredicted au-Penn State tackled Pitt once _^ a whole to have taken lst aiid dience reaction, and the flashy again, but this.time it wasn. t on a 2nd prize Pat Espin > of the Dregs females in tux shirts and cummerfootball field. On April 1,1987 the explained that the band had to bunds still did not win them their University of Pittsburgh at recruitv5 new replacements and three digit prize. Chris Jordan con-TitusviUe held a hp sync contest for rehearse 1 hour before departure, tinued "We hadn't had time to college talent within a 100 mile On the trip down they encountered prepare a second song, but the radius of _TitusvUIe. a close call with a state cop while emcee and judges insist...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

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Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Lack of ingredients hurts _softball team by Sean Weaver Collegian Staff Writer "...A little bit of this, a little bit of that and a big little bit of those....all it takes are the right ingredients to make it work." As the Penn State Behrend Womens Softball Team bring their season to an end, it seems that a lack of the right "ingredients" are the cause of an annoying and vexatious schedule. "Basicsin defense," said one of the Cub players, "defensively we make more errors than should be allowed." Errors statistically contributed to the 1-10 record of the women's team and offensive importance also took effect. Team members said that the "team bat" has-been on the down side recently, but now has begun to turn around. "Our batting averages have imporved dramatically," said Sue Holmes, "but it will take a team effort to bring it up to par.". The ingredients do not end with the players by no mean ' s. Ann Burbules is in her first season as coach of the lady Cubs and feels that it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Magler-Leonard: A postscript by David Brace Collegian Staff Writer Like almost every other boxing fan- in the world, I didn' t think Sugar Ray Leonard had a chance against Marvelous Marvin Hagler. Surely, I reasoned, Hagler punches ' harder, fights more aggressively and has been fighting regularly, (well, semi-regularly) I was almost afraid for Sugar Ray's safety. He had only fought_» once in five years and that comeback attempt almost ended tragically as Lenord was knocked down by a lesser opponent. If a noname could do that to the Olympic champion, what would a destroyer like Hagler do? As it turned out, Sugar Ray pulled out one of the greatest upsets in recent boxing history, out psyching Hagler for a split-decision victory. Sugar Ray's strategy began almost 12 months ago when he agreed to. fight Hagler. Leonard knew that Hagler wanted to fight him desperately, that he was jealous of Leonard and finally he would get this chance. Sugar Ray realized this and egged Hagler on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Barbell Club is back by Angela Papaleo , Collegian Staff Writer Bulging muscles, tightly defined abdomens, protruding quadriceps, how many of you have stared in awe as a bodybuilder strolled by? Well now you can find that here at Penn State-Erie, yes right here. Thanks to The Barbell Club president Vinnie Canella. The group began back in 1983, but came to a halt in 1985. But last semster Canella and Ryan Andrews decided it needed to be revived. So thanks to advisor Sarah Rose, the Barbell Club was on its way again. There are approximately 25 members (15 males and 7 or 8 females). . Anyone. can -join. All the required is an interest in weightlifting and a consistent signing on the sign up sheet each time you lift. The members workout individually on their own free time, not as a team. There are no physique competitions. The purpose of the organization is to encourage an interest in weight lifting and to fix up the weightroom, says Canella. The club is also there to answer any...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Behrend's best on the diamond Women's Softball player Sne Holmes by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Editor Behrend's Best highlight; women's softball player Sue Holmes and men's baseball playei Bob Druschel. Holmes is a centerfielder from Mercer High School and Hermitage Pennsylvania. She is a senior Communications major and will graduate from Behrend in May. She currently has a batting average of :333 and has six stolen bases. This past week the women's softball team beat Geneva by the score of 12-11 with Holmes driving in the winning run. Holmes will be competing in her last collegiate game when the softball team travels to Grove City College on May 2 to challenge the Lady Wolverines. Druschel is a fresman from Mohawk High School in New Castle PA. He is a starting 3rd baseman and a relief pitcher, he currently has a batting average of .382. He has 22 RBI's and is 5 away from the school record of 27. Against La Roche-College he went 4vfor 8 at the plate. . Holmes and Druschel w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Athletic Banquet set Sean Weaver Scholar-Athletes of the year; The CoIIiegian Staff Writer Richard Dill Outstanding Service Award; and the Cheryll Ramsdall-Anderson Female Athlete of the Sunday, May 3 marks the date of year. the annual Athletic Banquet at Along with athletes, parents and Behrend's Erie Hall. The purpose coaches; alumnus Ron Hornyak of the affair is to recognize all will attend as guest speaker. Mr. Behrend athletes for the com- Hornyak is presently Director of mitments they made to their respec- Marketingngineered products for tive programs during the year. Jarecki Industries. He was a The highlight of the banquet is - student-athlete at Penn Statethe presentation of five special Behrend from 1965 to 1967 and awards. They include: The James starred in both basketball and Frye Male Athlete of the year; The baseball. John Zahniser Male and Female Mr. Hornvak was co-captain of the '66-'67 basketball squad at Behrend that won the Pennsylvania State Junior Colleg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Tough season for the Behrend nine by Michael Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer The weather conditions aren't the only thing that's been rough for the Behrend baseball team this spring; their 4-26 mark will attest to that. But despite the record, Coach Mike Bari and his diamond crew have braved the weather and everything else to stay together as a team unit. Back in the beginning of March, the baseball squad made an early spring run down to Florida for training. When they returned- up north, they were forced to continue their training indoors because of uncooperative weather. "We made great strides in Florida, but the weather up here set us back a few weeks and really hurt us," Coach Bari commented. As a result, the schedule was backed up and the Cubs were faced with playing frequent back to back doubleheaders, which became a hardship for .the players. Suffering the most was the pitching. With only six pitchers, Coach Bari found it difficult to give each one his three to four day ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

NBA playoffs at a glance by David Bruce Collegian Staff Writer As the N.B.A. season finally comes to an end, most head coaches have begun to prepare their teams for the games that truly matter; the playoffs. The favorites in this year's tournament are Los Angeles, Boston, Atlanta and Dallas; the four division leaders. The Lakers waltzed through the regular season, with only Dallas giving them any consistent trouble. The ability of Magic Johnson to become L.A.'s offensive leader will give them the extra boost they did not have in last year's playoffs. from the rest of the division this Though injury plagued, the season, but they garnered more Celtics still managed to cruise press for their handling of the through the season. Their only race Lakers, the only team to really do was with Atlanta over home-court so. The increased consistency of advantage in the playoffs. Boston Mark Aquirre has put Dallas over boasts the best starting five in the the hump_, league, led by Larry Bi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Men's tennis ends Men's Tennis player Dan Sawver backhands by Pat Schlif Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Men' Tennis Team ended their season on April 28th with a match against Slippery Rock. They sport a 1-8 record, with their only win coming against Thiel. "We have played inconsistently...one day someone will play well and the next day someone else will play well," stated coach Doug Walbridge. In recent play, Howard Cohen and Dan Sawyer have won four matches, and Mike Veslang posted an excellent win against Westminster. "Our doubles game is definitely better than our singles game," said Coach Walbridge. In fact the team's match record in doubles play is 11-16. Coach Walbridge also said that while this year's squad is young, they will lose all their players ex the ball. photo by Wendell Bates cept Matt Brown. However, foui players are expected from Washington D.C. next fall. Next year's schedule will consist of 13 or 14 matches, including and overnighter in Rochester....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

High and outside by Sean Weaveer Collegian Staff Writer Swinging level and hard, reaching far and wide and running 'round and 'round. This is the essence of a good fastpitch softball player, and Behrend's intramural teams go at it again this year to strive for excellence in the sport.-Play got underway on April 13 when teams took to the field at 5:10 p.m. The long-time all men's event was accompanied this year by three Bulldogs 2-1 Shooter 1-1 women "soft-ballers." The teams ROTC 1-1 Skins 1-1 * were signed up on a "first come Doojee 1-2 Gerbil Slayers 1-1 first serve" basis and the event Rigor Mortis Poonmasters 0-1 took the first ten to sign up to com- and the Stiffs 0-2 pete. The restriction is due to the long length of time required to play Games will continue throughout one game and the rapidly ap- the rest of the semester until all proaching finals week. As of the se- teams have played four games. So cond week of play the league stan- as the semester comes to an end so...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 30 April 1987

Team handball try outs University Relations Penn State and the Department of Exercise and Sport Science has agreed to host a Clinic and Team Tryouts in this region of the country for the United States Team Handball Federation. Both the clinic and tryouts will be held on Saturday, May 23, from 9:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the White Building Gymnasium on the main Penn State campus. Dr. Gary Barrette, Eastern USTHF Coordinator, will be conducting these proceedings. He is encouraging all interested athletes (particularly "basketball types" who move well and have good coordination) to try out for the national team. He stresses the point that prior experience in team handball is not necessary. Should you have any questions you may call; R. Scott Kretchmar at (814) 863-4493 or Dr. Barrette at (516) 294-8700, ext. 7360, both at University Park. Or at Behrend you may contact Sue Holmes at 898-6879.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

Fake I.D. users get caught by Vicki Sebring Collegian Staff Writer "I'll have two 12-packs oi Milwaukee's Best and a case oi Stroh's," says a 19-year old to a beer distributor. "I'm sorry son, but I'll have to see some I.D.," replies the distributor. As he carefully checks over the I.D., the minor gets antsy. He's used the fake I.D. several times without a problem, but this time is different. A wrinkle forms on the distributor's brow, and it tells the minor all he needs to know; he's busted. "I'm going to keep this. Don't give me any problems or I'll call the cops," says the distributor. The minor turns and. leaves the store, without questions, without the I.D. A small price to pay, considering what could have happened to him. He feels cheated, but he's lucky. This is how one incident went just two days before class started when an underaged Behrend student walked into a local distributor and tried to be served with a fake I.D. Eventhough the I.D. was confiscated, he suffered ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

New scholarship funds available by James Martin Collegian Staff Writer Nearly a quarter of a millior dollars has been contributed tc Behrend by local benefactors through four new scholarships foi acdemically oriented Behrend students with a Grade Point Average of 3.0 or greater. These contributions include: a $100,000 bequest from the late Harriet Behrend Ninow; a S6O_.000 donation from Robert and Violet Reed and Max and Marilyn Mangels; a $30,000 gift from the First National Bank of Pennsylvania; and a gift of $50,000 given by Edward P. and Barbara F. Junker. The Erie-based First National Bank of Pennsyvania's gift of $30,000 comes with criteria similar to that of most scholarships. The purpose of this gift is for the interest generated by the $30,000 principal be distributed to students of superior academic ability and potential. Consideration will also be given to incoming freshmen, based on highschool academic records. The $100,000 bequest by Harriet Behrend Ninow represen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

The Voyager makes a stop at Behrend by Holly Lew Collegian News Editor Dick Rutan and Jeanna Yeager, the record-breaking crew of the Voyager, which made a non-stop un-refueled flight around the world, flew into Erie Sept. 2 to hold a free and open-to-the-public discussion in Erie Hall at 8 p.m. The first guests in Behrend_'s 1987 Speaker Series, the crew's discussion covered their aeronautic achievements and stressed the importance of striving for "unreacheble" goals. A special dinner was held in the Wintergreen Cafe at 6 p.m., where approximately 40 students; faculty and staff were present. After dinner, the crew, introduced by Dean of Students Affairs Ghris Reber, held a brief question-and-answer session. Rutan encouraged students to complete college, adding thai "before you leave, you should al least have a Masters degree." Rutan asked us to ask ourselves, "Where will I be when I'm 45?" "Believe me," he said, " a lot oi that depends on what you're doing right now. Most pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

Behrend dominates Study Abroad Program by Maria Plaza Collegian Staff Writer Eleven of 39 Penn State University students planning to study abroad next semester are Behrend students. Penn State's Study Abroad Program allows students to spend a semester or more studying in one of more than a dozen foreign countries, including England, Australia, the USSR, and Swaziland. In addition to being a lot of fun, studying overseas broadens one's horizons and introduces one to new cultures and customs. According to Mari Trenkle, who is in charge in the Education Abroad Program here at Behrend, it also allows one to see the U.S. through others' eyes and to gain a new perspective on our country. Eligibility is based on a Grade Point Average of 2.50 or better and junior or senior standing, although some underclassmen may be con¬ sidered. Applicants must complete all course prerequisites for theii major. Since not all these courses are offered at Behrend, this may require getting a substitu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

SAT review course offered by Margie Suroviec Collegian Staff There is a two-story white house with a circular drive off to the right of Jordan Road. On the lawn stands a wooden sign that says "Continuing Education Center." The people working in this center,' along with Penn State and Horizons for Learning, Ltd., brought the Scholastic Aptitude Test Review Course to Penn State - Behrend. The SAT Review Course is a preparation course for highschool juniors and seniors, adults looking to take the SAT's, and especially for adults entering nursing schools. "This review helps to breed a confidence for taking tests—it teaches test wiseness ," said Lillian Cohen, the area representative for Continuing Education. "This program was investigated out of University Park by Continuing Education, and we were so impressed with it we decided to bring it to Behrend and execute its delivery," said Cohen. The SAT review course begins Sept. 21 and meets for three hours Monday evenings. The cost is...

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