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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

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Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Erie Golden Blades Lose To Behrend All-Stars by Tammie Starcher Collegian Sports Writer The Behrend All-Stars hammered the Erie Golden Blades 3-1 in a volleyball match last Friday. It could easily have been reversed if the teams had been on the ice. However, the teams were on the volleyball court trying to raise money for Behrend's new net system. Comprising the All-Stars were Jan Wilson, women's volleyball and softball coach; Doug Young, men's baseball , coach; Duane Crider, intramural director; Bob Hostetler, assistant professor of math; Bob Light, assistant professor of biology; Brian Wallace, coordinator of public information and Biology Professor Ed Masteller. The Blades fielded Public Relations Assistant and Secretary Stephanie Hultberg, Coach Ron Hansis, Behrend student and Blades Sales and Community Relations Director Bob Phillips goaltenders Jim Warden and Dave Moffitt, defenseman Terry Shook, and right wing Don Shaw. The Blades were in trouble from the start, dropp...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Captain Donahue Interview continued from page 7 stitute. From there I attended schools at Ft. Knox, KY and Ft. Benning_, GA. My first assignment was scout platoon leader at Ft. Carson, CO. I then changed duties several times there, first as tank platoon leader, then tank company executive officer, then as armor battalion logistics officer (S-4). I resigned from active duty in 1978 and began working in the civilian job market as a management consultant. In 19811 returned to active duty and attended Armor Officer Advanced Course at Ft. Knox, KY. From there I was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Div. at Ft. Bragg, NC. My first duty there was to serve as an armor battalion assistant operations officer (S-3). I then served as an armor battalion maintenance officer, and then as an armor company commander. That brought me through 1984. Late in 1984 I was transferred here, where I took up the position of Assistant Professor of Military Science for Penn State-Behrend." Collegian: "Wh...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Baseball Season Looks Optimistic by Dariene Kasbee Collegian Staff Writer The outlook of the 1985 Behrend Men's Baseball Team is optimistic. First-year coach Doug Young feels that the Cubs have a "good chance of winning District 18." The team has the talent to do it. The only thing lacking is experience. The team is young, fielding one senior and two juniors. The lone senior, team captain Jon Hanson, in Coach Young's opinion is a "possible pro prospect." The centerfielder from Cathedral Prep High School has "talent m that range," according to Young. The team is especially strong in the outfield, where Ted Hinsman and John Cunningham surround Hanson. Hinsman, a sophomore, will be in right field and Cunningham will cover left. Lance Harbison will back up Cunningham and Danny Rieg can also be expected to see action in the outfield. Rieg will also back up the infielders. The infield will have sophomore Joe Stanger at third base, with Joe Ceresa, out of Strong Vincent High School...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Sobotta Wins Racquetball Tournament by Rob Roth Collegian Sports Writer Karin Sobotta, Lady Cubs basketball coach and health and physical education instructor, has been crowned champion. She won the women's racquetball competi tion in the Mayor's Racquet Quad Tournament. The event took place at King's Court Racquetball Club. When asked about entering the tournament she said, "Dr. Sweeting talked me into the quad event because he thought I could do well and because I'm very athletic. He knew I would enjoy it." Because of a Cubs basketball game later in the day, Sobotta almost didn't attend the opening event of the four-part games but decided otherwise. Since she was able to win her first three matches, she finished by 10 a.m. and earned the right to return the next day to play two more matches. In the finals, she edged Maxine Lundberg 15-14, 15-8, to clinch the womens' racquetball event. With only eight women competing, Sobotta said, "I wish that more women were involved, it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Women's Softball Team Could Top Record by Tamnue Starcher Collegian Sports Writer It's spring again, and although many of us are still trying to shake off the Erie winter chill, the Women's Softball Team has been practicing hard in preparation for their sixth National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (N.A.I.A.) season. Coach Jan Wilson is very optimistic about the spring lineup. Cubs pitcher Dariene Leopold, a junior, is strong and fast and senior'Missy Stasenko will pitch and play shortstop. With a batting average of .316 last year, she is a definite asset to the team. Senior Mindy Stasenko will cover first base and left field. Catcher Kathy Snider, a junior, is likely to provide powerful hitting. Senior Kathy Ott will be in centerfield and Renee Harrison will pitch and cover the infield. Freshman Laura Conley will take charge of both the infield and outfield along with Rosalind Goodman. Sophomore Renee Wirth and freshman Maria DiDonato will also play outfield, and ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Wrists Wrestled Kappa Delta Rho, a service fraternity, sponsored a wristwrestling competition from Mar. 18 to Mar. 21. Out of 27 contestants, the four final competitors wrestled-off on the 21st for the championships in two divisions, below 160 lbs. and above 160 lbs. In the 160 and below division: Dan Kweder squared off against Bryan Miraszek. Miraszek won the match in 55 seconds. In the 160 and above division, Guy Marchal squared off against Pat Sample. Marchal won the match in 45 seconds. Off the record, Marchal challenged Miraszek. Miraszek came out on top.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Behrend Sets Blood Drive Record by Gregory Goldsmith Collegian Staff Writer On March 21, the Association of Black Collegians (ABC) and the Erie Blood Bank sponsored a blood drive at Behrend. ABC planned this service project to help the community. Originally, colleges in Northwestern Pennsylvania challenged each other to see which could obtain the most donors and donate the most amount of blood. As it turned out, Behrend was the only college to participate. In an attempt to recapture some highlights from this big event, the Collegian spoke with Kimberly Ford, blood drive chairperson. Collegian: When did you meet with the Erie Blood Bank staff? Ford: "I called the Blood Bank to find ~ the most convenient time for its staff representative and myself. We decided that we would meet in late January." Collegian: What was discussed at the meeting? Ford: "We talked about how many people were actually needed for the blood drive and what they wanted us to do as far as publicity and get...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Penn State May Acquire U. Pittsburgh Campus by Julie Reynolds Collegian Staff Writer The Titusville campus of-the University of Pittsburgh may become a two-year campus of Penn State University. According to Behrend Provost John Lilley, "It would be premature to say that Penn State will take over the campus, but the Titusville campus may become the 18th two-year campus in the Penn State system." Titusvilie campus will be better able to serve the Pittsburgh area as a Penn State campus, therefore it may be given to Penn State as early as July 1,1986. Penn State is a statewide system better suited for providing technical continuing education, and Lilley cites the nearness of PennBank headquarters as an additional bonus. - Titusville campus is contained within three city blocks, with two blocks of academic and recreational buildings and one block of housing. There are currently 200 students attending, but _Lillej forsees student enrollment increasing to 500 if Penn State takes ov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

TOTH Plans Arts and Crafts Fair by Judy Bush Collegian Staff Writer Hand-crafted leather goods, dolls and doll clothes, jewelry, soft sculpture, and ceramics are just a few of the crafts to be available Sunday, April 21, at the craft show sponsored by the Top of The Hill Club (TOTH). The craft show will be open from noon until 6 p.m. in the Gorge Cafeteria, located in the Reed Union Building. Admission is free. Other crafts to be offered include silk flowers, stenciling, house plants, plastic weaving, crocheted and quilted items, PSU clocks, country store items for the home, wooden items, stuffed animals and gifts for pets. These goods are handmade by local crafters. Shirley Gilman, student affairs secretary said, "We have 29 crafter's tables now, and many more are coming in." TOTH member Marge Tomczak is delighted with the number of crafters participating. She ' anticipates that the other activities being held on April 21 (the presentation of Foxfire, The Honors and Awards ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Research Institute Studying Erie Economy by Michael Ross Collegian News Editor Faculty members Dr. Barry Weller and Dr. James Kurre have been conducting research" as members of the Economic Research Institute of Erie (ERIE) and their results have been published in the form of technical papers and executive summaries. The purpose of the institute, as stated in the ERIE technical series is "to collect, analyze, interpret and disseminate data and infor mation on the regional economy." In addition to Weller and Kurre, the staff includes several other faculty members and two student research assistants. Dana Bucci (sixth semester, Business Economics) says that her experience as a research assistant has "exposed me to many local businesses and has provided me with several contacts and future career possibilities." She continued: "My experience with the institute will help me get accepted to any graduate program if I choose to pursue it." An advisory board consisting of executive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Kappa Delta Rho Receives Colony Status by Jill Bedford Collegian Staff Writer Kappa Delta Rho (KDR), Behrend's service fraternity, has been accepted for membership by the national fraternity. The 30-member colony must, according to national regulations, increase their membership to 35 within two years. Nationals require the fraternity to perform at least one act of service toward their community or a charity. KDR, in cooperation with the Erie Runners Club, has already made plans to hold a 10K run early in the fall semester. All proceeds will be donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association KDR consists of more than 50 chapters nationwide, including University Park (where Behrend members who transfer will be accepted as members) and Gannon. Both chapters have supported Behrend's efforts to join KDR. KDR members will be inducted in a formal ceremony later this semester, making them lifetime members. Previous KDR alumni include the owner of K2 skiis, president of SAAB America, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Knouse Hopes To Improve Letters by Kurt Freeman Collegian Staff Writer Dr. Stephen Knouse, assistant professor of management and psychology, has been invited to write an article for the Australianbased International Journal of Management. Knouse received a letter from the editor of the journal indicating interest in the professor's research on letters of recommendation. "He read an article I had published in Personal Psychology and decided he would like me to write about this subject for his magazine," Knouse noted. "My research is an attempt to improve the letters of recommendation that people write for students to send to prospective employers," Knouse explained. "The letters should have a more realistic approach and- include some Iess-than-favorable comments. These statements add credibility to the letter," he said. "The research is based on Attribution Theory," Knouse commented. "This means that people observe the behavior of others and then infer additional characterist...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

SGA Announces Election Results by Kimberly Ford Collegian Staff Writer Behrend's Student Government Association conducted elections on April 10 and 11. The 1985-86 officers are as follows: Student Government Association President: Doug Gerow Student Government Association Vice President: Paul Rossman: Inter-Club Council President: vacant Inter-Club Council Vice President: vacant Student Programming Council President: Kim Neely Student Programming Council Vice President: Risa Glide Joint Residence Council President: Bill Harten Joint Residence Council Vice President: Shane Rosenfelder Resident Senators: Heidi Gebhardt Ed Bailey Brian Hall Commuter Senators: Marge _lomczak Joanna Robson Ed Thompson John Kennedy Commuter Council President: Bryan Schuster Commuter Council Vice President: Barrett Parker Except for the resident senator positions, the candidates ran unopposed. Election Chairperson Maribeth Fisher feels that, "Although there were advertisements for the available pos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Apartment Names May Be Derived From the Battle of Lake Erie by Anne Waskowitz Collegian Staff Writer Lawrence, Perry, Niagara, and Dobbins Halls are all names that most Behrend students hear everyday, but how many people know where these names originated? These four buildings were named after the Battle of Lake Erie, a crucial turning point for the United Sates in the War of 1812. Oliver Hazard Perry was the captain of the U.S. Brig Lawrence. When the Lawrence was fatally shelled by the British, Perry took command of the U.S. Brig Niagara and defeated the British fleet. Dobbins was a shipbuilder who constructed these two famous ships. The same theme was used when the Student Government Association decided to _ name the new apartment buildings. The names presently being considered by The Board of Trustees are: Eckford, Brown, Parsons, Ariel, Scorpion, and Tigress. Ariel, Scorpion, and Tigress were three other ships in the Battle of Lake Erie and Eckford, Brown, and ' Parsons ...

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