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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

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Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

ASA Sorority Celebration by Sharon Burns Collegian Staff Writer On October 24, Alpha Sigma Alpha girls from all over the country will don gold and white ribbons a very special event. This celebration isn't just for anyone, but for one distinct group of girls wearing their red and white letters proudly around campus, the Alpha Sigs! In 1901 the national sorority of Alpha Sigma Alpha began with five determined girls at Longwood College, Fannville, Virginia. Karen Courtney, President of Alpha Sigma Alpha at Behrend, said with a smile, "Alpha Sigma Alpha was the first sorority started in the 20th century." With the help of Tammy Starcher, Behrend became a part of the Alpha family nearly two years ago. Tammy, a former student of Behrend, wrote to every sorority at State College asking if any of them would be interested in starting a chapter at Behrend. The Alpha Sigs said yes! On March 23,1986, twenty-three eager girls were inducted as pledges in Alpha Sigma Alpha, and given a grue...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Cool jazz heats up the night by Michael Miller Collegian Staff Writer DID YOU . SEE WHAT 1 HEARD? On the evening of Saturday, September 19, 1987 at 8:00, Phil Giordano's Jazz Quintet painted colorful pictures with their instruments and smooth, articulate playing styles. The- Philadelphian musician started his Jazz Ensemble career in 1974 and has been working with his current group for about seven months. The ensemble consists of; Phil on drums, Tony DeSantis on trumpet; John Simon playing a very sassy sax, Chris Taylor on the piano, and Paul Klinefelter strumming intensely on the upright bass. The group played various jazz pieces ranging fro originals like "Saying Goodbye" by John Simon to some standards such as"Tangerine" expressed just such an image. The sensations caused by listening to the music brought forth an image of a ripe, sweet tangeine bursting with flavor. It made you want to peel one, devour it and immediately sink into another one. Very Fresh! The ballad ent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

jyiagic moments at tlxeir best :: :by Lon Beats B Collegian Staff Writer rWith fire shooting from one end of his black wand, magician/comedian Bob Garner starte his show Friday September 18th. After-he pot out the fire by waving the wand in :the air, the crowd settled back for a night of amusing magic. First he made his pet, an Indian parakeet, appear from a long bunch of red ribbons he was holding. To get the audience loosened up, he told a story about how a con artist got away with ten dollars of his by pretending to burn it up. Getting ten dollars from a volunteer in the audience, he put it in. an envelope and had the vblunteersign it. Then he proceed¬ ed to burn the envelope to the volunteer's chagrin. But as luck, or magic, would have it, the envelope wfth the signature and the ten dollar bill was found in a zippered wallet inside the jacket of his tuxedo. His next trick was to take needles and put them in his mouth, put a string in his mouth, and drink some water. Afte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Bob Garner, Magician Reptile W orld—Scales above the rest by Michelle Gasmick Collegian Staff Writer Picture yourself in a tropical jungle or a- dense swamp, somewhere in the heart of Africa. As you make your way through the thick vegetation, you encounter a wiid, exotic reptile with each step you take. This is very close 40 the feeling Behrend students had at Reptile World on September 21st. Reptile World was presented by Michael SchweSick, a reptile expert, who travels along the East Coast dislaying his various reptiles to enthused audiences. Michael began his presentation with' some history about himself and information about reptiles. He and his brother co-own a reptile center in Landover, Maryland. Ever since his .youth, he'd been fascinated with reptiles and their lifestyles. (Especially snakes, which his mother refused to let him have because they have no legs.) Michael went on to explain that reptiles do. not regulate their own body temperatures; instead, their bod...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Retreat Progress by Susanna Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer One warm fall afternoon, 39 students from Behrend college boarded the blue Bus carrying sleeping bags, footballs, and duffle bags stuffed with sweet pants and munchies. Before they had a chance to start a chorus of their favorite travel-ditty, the bus pulled onto the grounds of Camp Glinodo. Every student seemed eager to spend a weekend in the wild. These 39 students were the participants of this years Leader¬ ship Retreat. The agenda consisted of nine hours of seminars and workshops, with plenty of time left for outdoor or indoor recreation. Some students, however, chose to use their free time catching up on homework. Some of the seminars were Leadership Styles by Chris Reber, Assertiveness Training by P.J. Brown, and Meeting Management by Jamie Grimm. In an. interview with John Downey, assistant to the Dean of Student Services, he conveyed a very enthusiastic attitude toward Behrend's student involvement. He also...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Predicted guess by Darrel Freund Collegian Staff Writer The N.F.C., home of Super Bowl Champion New York Giants, will again produce this year's winners, however, the Giants will not be that team. On paper, the Giants are definitely the best team, but injuries o key players are beginning to take a toll. This leaves the door open for other N.F.C. teams, and at this moment, it appears that the Bears will take advantage of the Giant's problems. The Giants showed how helpless they are without a healthy Phil Simms and Joe Morris during the first regular season game against Chicago. Both Simms and Morris encountered a stingy Bear defense that only offered injuries. New York's defense, anchored by the linebacking corps of Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson and Carl Banks, can keep -the Giants com¬ petitive as long as the offense can put some points on the board. The offense will have an even tougher time scoring now that lineman Karl Nelson, a fixture at the right tackle position, is bat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Lions still kicking by Gene Gorniak Collegian Staff Writer Despite a disappointing 1-5 record, Behrend's soccer coach Herb Lauffer's 1987 Penn State-Behrend bobters aren't giving up their goals for a successful season. "We're continuing to make pro gress," says Coach Lauffer, who has begun his 21st year as the Lions head coach. " - been victimizing ourselves. But we're working hard..." The team's hard work paid off on Sept. 9 when the Lions scooped their first win of the season during an at-home clash against Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The final score left the Lions with an exciting 3-2 come-from-behind victory. 'Highlights of the contest included sophomore forward Ken Crumb's booting in the first goal of the Lion's season " during the first half. Crumb's goal, which was assisted by co-captain Joe Kushon, tied the score 1-1. With the excitement of that goal _PbJj d the University of Buffalo lingering dangerously in the Lions' "That game was a nightmare, minds, IUP p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Football woes for Penn St by Richard Caine Collegian Staff Writer The Nittany Lions football team had its 23 game regular season win streak snapped this month at the hands of the Alabama Crimson Tide. This travesty happened Saturday, September 12, before a packed house at Beaver Stadium. The 85,000 plus in attendance sat through a drizzly, cold night to watch a red hot Crimson.Tide run away with, a" 24-13 win. The game's biggest offensive producer was tailback Bobby Humphrey. The Alabama junior compiled a total of 220 yards rushing on 36 carries, one a 73 yard touchdown jaunt, setting the record for most rushing yards against the Lions at Bever Stadium. Humphrey also showed his abaility to pass the ball completing a 57-yard halfback option pass to Clay' Whitehurst, setting up then showed his class and respect another touchdown. The other for Joe Paterno when he told standout on the field wasn't " a Williams, "This is the one that you single player, but rather the entire drea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Baseball predictions hazy by Randy Gorniak Collegian Staff Writer With the musk-ripe smell of grapes in the air and the chill of fall settling in over the Penn State-Behrend campus, the Lions 1987 baseball team began it's fall season. For the past two years, trying to complete games in the fall has been frustrating for the Lions, who have faced less thatn out-to-the-ball game weather. But this year, with a little help from the weatherman, they were able to complete six of the eight games. After compiling a 2-4 record- this fall, Coach Mike Bari is hesitant to make predictions about the upcom¬ ing spring season. "We are so young. We have no experience." explains Coach Bari. The. Lions opened up, the .season against arch-rival Gannon University, but dropped both games to the Golden Nights. THe team's other two losses came when SUNYFredonia came to Behrend. "Everything went bad (in those 2 games), especially the defense," said Coach Bari. The Lions two wins of the fall season c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

_^^ _^^ photo by Marybeth Zov/_istoski Bob Peck welcomed by Angela Papaleo Collegian Staff Writer If you are athletically inclined but don't have time to play a varsity sport, or if you like staying in shape by exercising, or perhaps you just enjoy sports for the fun of it...intramurals are your answer. Intramurals have always been popular here at Penn State-Behrend. This year is no exception. Softball is already in progress with golf following right behind. Also this month will be flag football. October 14 we will see soccer begin and November 4 will bring us three-play basketball. We will end the semester with bombardment beginning on the December 28. The seasons for each sport usually last approximately three weeks. To participate in these events, just -fill out an entry form located on the bullitin board downstairs in Erie Hall. There are no special qualifications to join, but remember that Behrend varsity players are prohibited from joining that intramural sport which cor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Pennant drive time by Chris Stowe Collegian Staff Writer It's that time of year again. After five months of grueling battle, the boys of summer are preparing to heat up fall. The pennant drive is upon us, and this year promises to have some of the closest finishes in decades. The 1987 season has certainly had its share of problems: scuffed baseballs, illegal bats, benchclearing brawls, and yet another tantrum by Yankee owner George Steinbrenner. But despite these difficulties, players and teams are exciting fans across die U.S. and Canada. Let's examine the races, division by division, and see just who will receive a ticket to the . League Championships and the Fall Classic. . In the American League East, the Detroit Tigers and Toronto Blue Jays are dead even. Detroit has all the power one would want in a team, with Kirk Gibson, Alan Trammell, and Darrell Evans leading the hit parade. Toronto, not to. be outdone, posesses the greatest hitting outfield in the majors with Lloy...

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