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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

Men's hoop team to open season this Friday in Slippery Rock Tourney Lions look to better last year's 15-11 record by Mike Lesher Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend men's basketball team had an excellent season last year, qualifying for the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference playoffs for the first time, while posting a 15-10 regular season record. The Lion's high scoring fast paced offense, along with their aggressive defense will be back again this year. The Lions have eight returning players, including four of last years starting five. The only starter not to return is Bob Minford, who graduated and is now an assistant coach for the Lions. Therefore, Behrend's nucleus has remained mostly in . That nucleus includes junior forward Rick Demski, last years leading scorer (17.7 ppg) and rebounder (10.1 rpg), along with the teams leading three-point shooter, senior guard Dave Gurska (team record 83 trifectas). Gurska, who usually came in off of the bench, gives the Lions inst...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

Lady Lions out to prove last season's strong finish was not a fluke Women's basketball team travels to SUNY-Fredonia for tournament to open '89-90 hoop season by Robert Kitchen Collegian Staff Writer The women's basketball team hopes to continue last years' strong finish with a successful 1989-90 season. The Lady Lions need leadership and improvement from the returning players and solid performances from their new players to accomplish this. The Lady Lions have played well in the pre-season, defeating Lake Erie College by 16 points. On Saturday, the lady hoopsters defeated a team of Canadian All-Stars, 83-61. Senior Michelle Madison, '88-89's leading scorer, lead Behrend with 16 points. Sophomore forward Melanie Dunn and freshman Pam Torrelli netted 14 each. Center Heather Murray added 13 points. Behrend shot an impressive 51 percent from the floor. There are seven letterman returning to this year's squad. The team will be looking to the two returning seniors, Madison and ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

Women's Basketball Home Schedule Date Opponent Time 11/21 Pitt-Bradford 6 pm 11/30 Allegheny 5:30 pm 12/2 Mercyhurst 7 pm 1/4 Dyke 7 pm 1/6 Westminster 6 pm ' 1/11 Geneva 6 pm 1/13 _Tliiel 6 pm 1/18 Fredonia 6 pm 1/22 Buffalo State 6 pm 2/3 Elmira 4 pm 2/7 Bethany 6 pm 2/20 Grove City 6 pm Men's Basketball Home Schedule Date Opponent Time 11/21 Pitt-Bradford 8 pm 11/30 Oberlin 7:30 pm 1/6 Grove City 8 pm 1/11 Geneva 8 pm 1/13 Thiel 8 pm 1/22 Buffalo State 8 pm 1/31 Houghton 7:30pm 2/3 Elmira 6 pm 2/17 Keuka 7:30 pm

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

| Sports _^ Going up for two photo by Rick Brooks Krista goes up: Five-foot eight forward Krista Fortson goes up for a basket during action mi_^ Behrend's exhibition on Saturday against a' Canadian All-Star team. The Lady Lions won the pre-season match, 83-61.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

Erie Panthers complete successful road swing with Shootout win Black Cats up their record to 4-2-1 three away from home by Robert Kitchen Collegian Staff Writer The Erie Panthers concluded their recent East Coast Hockey League road trip with a big win. The last stop of the trip was at the Greensboro Coliseum, where the league leading Monarchs play. The Panthers eventually won the game in a Shootout, 5-4. The McDougall brothers gave Erie the lead in the first period as they both connected on goals. Rob McDougall scored four minutes into the opening frame, with Bill's goal coming just over four minutes later. This was the third consecutive game that the Panthers jumped out to an early advantage. The lead was short lived as ihe Monarchs scored three consecutive goals to go on top, 3-2. After giving up a short-handed goal in the second period, the Cats entered the final period trailing 4-2. Guy Rouleau forced the overtime period with two goals, with the game-tying goal comin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

University of Arizona woman barrecl from " I ' M football team (CPS)- A graduate student at the University. of Arizona has been barred from playing on an intramural flag football team because she is a woman. It was the second time in three months someone at UA -had stopped a woman from participating on a previously allmale team. Intramural officials told Karen Scott in September that mixedsex intramural teams aren't allowed and, if she wanted to play, she'd have to find a women's team. Scott, who said her teammates didn't mind her being on the team, is angry because the Campus Recreation Handbook does not mention a rule barring mixed-sex teams. "There's nothing in the policy that says I can't play." In a separate UA incident, sophomore Jodi Oriiss won the right to play on the men's rugby team October 12 after filing a discrimination complaint against the team. The two cases are different because UA has women's intramural flag football but no a women's rugby club, said Intram...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

Sports bits The Track Club sponsored the first annual Behrend Cross Country Invitational at I pm last Saturday. Invited teams were from Edinboro, Gannon, and Mercyhurst, plus members of the _Track Ctab r . . . "' Overall winners were Scott Obert and Kevin Sullivan, both on the,mens. _$0_flp _^ n_^eter. course,. - :-_' " \ - ;!¦ yrC ' ;?-- ' ,/ - Top finishers for Behrend• were Mike 0*AngelQ (3_^:21) and Sue Greco {2&47). The women competed on a 5000 metercourse. . • •' ¦ Lion's make All-Conference. Three members of Behrend's Men's Soccer team have been'selected to participate In their conferences AU-Star match. The Western Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Soccer Conference has, by the vote of the coaches, nominated senior sweeper Ken Crumb, senior sophomore striker Erik Filcion to participate in the All-Star ¦game.. ' _; _ - - ' . " / . . '¦ - ' .„ The match pits . North against SouthV to be played today at Slippery Rock University at 3 pan

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

Sigma The founding Fathers of Sigma Tau Gamma would like congratulate the newly initiated brothers of Alpha Class !! David _Angiolieri Bob Jackson - 5 John BleWett Jeff Lander :; _JoevTJeSairto . • ' . ' Jeff" Leczo '' V -_^_KVi Jo_^itXHzdic ;.' Tony_^Loupe-: _^ ;^^ _derrick ' Grboch :' : ; / Bradi,McW3lH_^ms;\ _K_^f _HaiS_^ch: ; v/; ; \ - ¦ yi_" n<^^i_«5_dnda_^ D_®_&\_fl&nmei_^, _w_\Steye ; {' -Reynplds :: ; ; y : _RupertOHKitid_^S- :.;'. r -Jerry ' -Q _Weatherhdlfe Tan Gamma

Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

by John Musser Collegian Sports Editor So much for the 1989 football season. That was the thought that entered my mind after watching the Penn State Nittany Lions football team battle to a draw against the unranked and unimpressive Maryland Terrapins this past Saturday afternoon. Maryland entered the game with an underwhelming 2-6-1 mark. After winning five consecutive contests, the Lions have managed to only win one of its last three. Granted, one loss was to fourth ranked Alabama on a blocked field goal attempt at point blank range in the final seconds. And the win, it was against West Virginia's one-man gang, Major Harris. Because of State's inconsistent play, their record has dropped to 6-2-1 and their bowl chances have worsened from stable to critical condition. 1 Sporting View Lion's bowl chances diminsh with tie The Lions are now faced with the unenviable task of facing No. 1 Notre Dame and No. 12 Pitt (although considering they've only beaten some creampuffs, the Panth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

Two Assistant SGA Treasurers! | Must be returning to Behrend 1 in the Fall of 1990. Minimum | of 5th semester presently. I „ __ _ M .,.I the Rub Desk & see arge Wiz or Call #6211. 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

Men's hoop squad to open season (continued from page 10) their ability to win games on the road. Another obstacle for Behrend is the presence of more NCAA Division II schools on the schedule. Behrend is a Division III school. Despite the tougher schedule, Zimmerman feels his charges will be much stronger this year. It is to early to tell whether or not this will translate into more wins. The success of the Lions depends upon the health of the team, their road success, and the amount of hustle and determination they play with. These factors must all work in Behrend's favor in order to improve upon last year's success. The play of the Lions in the pre-season has pleased Zimmerman, but he knows that teams will now be gunning for the Lions. It will be difficult for the men to suprise other teams like they did last year. The regular season starts with Behrend on the road at The Slippery Rock Tournament this Friday night. The tourney features teams from Slippery Rock, Geneva, and ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 16 November 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1989

Student burns photos, triggers late night evacuation of Niagara by Carol Mandera Collegian Staff Writer Niagara Hall residents were forced out of bed early Monday morning when a fire alarm caused the evacuation of the building. According to Randy Hoffman, Behrend's Manager of Police and Safety, the alarm sounded at 1:50 am. The building was evacuated and inspected. It was determined that a student had been burning photographs and that the-alarm was triggered by smoke from that fire. Students were permitted back into the building following the inspection. Mike Lesher, a resident of Niagara Hall, reported that students were outside in the cold, icy wind for about half an hour. "Most students had coats or jackets on," he said. "But....it was cold." - The department administered first aid to a student injured while playing basketball on November 16. The incident occurred at approximately 11:30 am, and the student reported to the Office of Police and Safety because the Health C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1989

Behrend seniors want on-campus ceremony Object to Warner commencement by Lea Gotch Collegian Staff Writer At least two Behrend seniors planning to graduate this spring aren't pleased that commencement ceremonies will be held off campus. As a result, they have started a petition to change those plans. The two seniors, Nan Quatchak and Randy Eadie, hope graduation ceremonies can be held on campus and not at Erie's downtown Warner Theater as is presently planned. In past years, ceremonies were held in front of the library on the grass. In case of rain, everything had to be moved in to Erie Hall. However, this vear's senior class is too large to fit into Erie Hall, and therefore, if it rains, graduation would have to take place with half the senior class at a time. Quatchak feels that the petition will be of interest to anyone planning on graduating from Behrend in coming years because the change to Warner Theater will remain in effect until the new gymnasium is builL A dale for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1989

Snowman Under Construction • ¦ Caught in the act: Behrend students Paula Ermol and Traccy Edel build a small snowman on the steps in front of Perry Hall.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1989

Behrend briefs Top of the Hill Club is selling Libby Pilsner style stemware filled with Hershey_'s Kisses in front of the Library Monday, November 27 to Wednesday, November 30 or until supplies last. Am 1450 WPSE is looking for reliable, exciting, energetic individuals interested in several areas of our broadcast operation. We need a play-by-play announcer for Behrend women's basketball home games. We also need assistants in our newsroom. Plus, anyone interested in being a DJ in the future is invited to learn how to be a board-operator, which is a prerequisite for doing record shows. Sports announcers call Brett Banker (6280. News and future DJs call Fred Anzivino (6171) or Ken Bunting (6318). Flu vaccines will continues to be administered by the Health Center until November 30. The $6 will be charged to your bill. Deadline for study abroad is extended to Wednesday, November 22 for the fall semester 1990 and 1990-1991 full-year programs. Contact Mari Trenkle at 898-6160 or sto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1989

Education Abroad program offered Behrend student new opportunity by Janet Ocampo Collegian Staff Writer The Education Abroad Program offered Behrend sophomore Alicia Gebhardt. the opportunity to discover the Spanish language and culture. Gebhardt was able to do this as a student of the "immersion" program at the Univcrsidad Interamericana at San German, Puerto Rico during her sophomore semester, in the spring of 1989. Her experience abroad began when she arrived at the Universidad Interamericana in January of 1989. Alicia was one of 11 Penn State students who were studying at the Universidad. As a participant whose Political Science major focuses on Latin American Studies, Gebhardt found her course load to be an enriching experience. Previous classroom experience with Spanish 001 enabled Alicia to fulfill all 12 credits of intensive Spanish with Spanish 002, 003, and a cultural studies class, along with conversation. Since the students at the Universidad mainly spoke Spani...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1989

Police Report: fire alarm, phone calls, and thefts all investigated Investigations are continuing for three incidents involving the theft of campus property. A clock, valued at approximately $175, was stolen from the dining area outside the Wintergreen Cafe. The theft was reported by the Maintenance Department on November 14. The Computer Center reported the theft of a computer accessory kit valued at $40. The exact date of the theft, which was reported on November 17, is unknown. Traffic signs were reported missing from the parking lot near the campus apartments on November 13. In what may be a related case, a yield sign and three no-parking signs were recovered from a wooded area near the apartments on the same date. Hoffman believes the signs are campus property but was not sure they were the same signs reported missing. Anyone with information pertaining to these cases is asked to contact the Department of Police and Safety at Extention #6101. As an update on the police ...

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