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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Amendment Placed On Ballot by Bad Ore Further discussion as to the amendment of the SGA constitution was the main topic at Monday night's SGA meeting. After a lengthy debate between Jim Armstrong and some other members of the SGA, it was decided to put the question of separating the secretarytreasurer office into positions on the ballot for the students of Behrend College. Armstrong felt that the two offices should be split with the secretarial duties being assumed by the second vice president. This idea met strong opposition from Darla Berkey, who as the second vice president stated that the position had enough responsibilities without adding the secretarial duties to it. In favor of splitting the office of the secretary-treasurer and making it a fifth office were Mike Chiricuzio and Vic Kopnitsky. Their position was that as the executive board is now, there is no chance for a tie in the case of a vote, all questions either go yes or no. With the fifth person on the board...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Cheech The Wizard's Creator Coming Here For all of you sickies out there ( please admit that you have a few loose shingles ) the show you've been waiting for all year is coming to Behrend on Wednesday, March 20. On that date, "National Lampoon" cartoonist Vaughn Bode wUl be bringing his weird presentation to our quiet, unassuming campus. "What is Bode's show, and what's in it for me?" you might ask.Would you believe that it's an underground cartoon concert? Well, believe it, Sherlock, 'cause that's what it is. Vaughn Bode not only presents slides of his characters, but he becomes their voices and personalities. Besides his National Lampoon feature, Bode's works include "Cheech Wizard", "The Man" and "Junk Waffles." He helped launch the first weekly underground comic "The Gothic Blimp" and has a regular strip in "Cavalier" Magazine. Vaughn Bode's comic-strip universe is filled with habitually lecherous lizards, well-endowed sexually sophisticated females, and humanoid war mac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Cub Forensic Union Members Ranked High in Competition Four members of the Behrend Forensic Union participated in the seventh annual California State College Individual Events Tournament, February 15 and 16. Representing Behrend were Cynthia Arnold, Debbie Vogt, Regina Gapinski and Craig Caldwell. Dr. Chaly and Miss Sargent accompanied the team and served as judges for the events. Twelve schools . representing six states participated in the seven events. The events included oral interpretation of poetry and prose, inpromptu and extemporaneous speaking, original oratory, after dinner speaking and salesmanship. Behrend forensic participants matched wits with students from Bowling Green State University, Duquesne University, Ohio University, University of Maryland, Youngstown State University, Thiel College, Parkersburg Community College, Indiana State University, Geneva College, Frostburg State College, California State College and Bergen County Community College. Cindy Arnold,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Players ready For Next Show Before "The Drunkard" had even his last moments on stage, plans were going into effect for the Behrend Players' second production which will be presented during the Spring Arts Festival. All interested in joining and all those signed up for Theatre 189 are reminded to attend the first meeting on the first day of classes March 14 during Common Hour. Along with plans for the major production plans are being made to organize a series of three workshops which will also contribute to the Arts Festival program. The groups will present work in the areas of Children's theatre, scene work, and experimental theatre. Anyone in¬ terested in performing in _ajy of these forms is invited to attend the first organizational meeting. Anyone who enjoyed the glass mugs used during the production of "The Drunkard" is invited to purchase a new souvenir mug for one dollar. They are available from Mr. Selco in the Studio. All profits will go into the Players budget for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

University Advising For Fall Term, September 3 University Park, Pa., February—New students scheduled to report to the Pennsylvania State University on Monday, Labor Day, September 2, to begin orientation for the Fall term, will be advised to report on Tuesday, September 3. The change in schedule_; explains Dr. Russell E. Larson, provost of the University, has been made because of the potential travel problems related to the closing of gas stations on holidays. More than 12,000 freshmen will be enrolled in the new class with about 4,200 of them at University Park and the remainder, including both associate and baccalaureate degree students, headed for the Commonwealth Campuses and Behrend College at Erie. Dr. Larson also said that new students scheduled to report on Sunday, March 10 to begin the Spring Term will be allowed to report on Monday, March 11, in those cases where Sunday travel conditions will present a problem.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Study In The Seminar Room The Reed Union Building Governing Board met and discussed the Keystone Society's proposal that the RUB Seminar Room be made available for study purposes on Friday night. They decided that this can be done between the hours of 7 and 11 pin. with the understanding that reservations for student activities, Continuing Education Workshops and other gatherings within that area may take priority. A monitoring system has been established on a rotating basis to alleviate the possibility that this will become a large trash receptacle. The RUB Governing Board will evaluate this program during the Spring Term to determine the desirability of continuation. It is hoped that the room will not become an annex to the RUB snack area. The RUB Seminar Room will be available as a study area starting Friday, February 22.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Dear Editor: You would think you were climbing the stairway to heaven every time you ascend Mount Dobbins for a tasteless tidbit of culinary catastrophe, at least you have got to climb more steps than Jacob's Ladder has rungs, but if the good Lord is anywhere near that horacious hall, He has indigestion. I shouldn't complain though, I've found the answer to Dobbins Hall's vulgar victuals. What our cafeteria needs is an Exorcism. That's right, I have proof that Dobbins Hall is possessed by a demon. According to the Rituale Romanum, the official text on possession matters, before an Exorcism can be granted, all physical and psychiatric ex planations for the subject's behavior must be exhausted. Well, there is no physical reason why meat should look and taste more dead than it actually is. And there is no phsyciatric reason for serving fish that tastes like it's from Lake Erie, to name a few. If you saw or read "The Exorcist", you know the possessed person or thing is affected b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

"Now Children Mustn't Touch..." To preface this letter a few facts should be known. During the last week, Perry Hall was struck with a wave of serious vandalism resulting in the loss of a telephone, front door, and candy machine for the second time this term. Patience is growing very slim amongst the administration and should be wearing thin with the fellow residents as well. For example, loss of that phone means that important calls that would have come through will now find the number out of order. It is time to stop playing around. Some Can, Some Can't: This weekend ; Perry Dorm was systematically leveled to the ground. Well, the damage was not quite to that extent but the results of this weekend once again prove the budding maturity of a segment of Behrend students. A phone was torn from the wall, a candy machine was broken and a plate glass door was shattered. Damage to other dorms during the "high" time of the week seems to be more prevelant as of late. All this seem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Tidbits DEADLINE Deadline date for submittal of 1974-75 applications for financial aid is April 1,1974. EXHIBITION & SEMINAR The final Industrial Exhibition and Seminar at Rainbow Gardens-Waldameer Park, Erie, will be held tonight. The session begins at 2 p.m. and will continue until 10 p.m. Seminars are held at 7:30p.m. and8:45p.m. ' SENIORS TAKE NOTE Seniors of Baccalaureate Program: College Placement Annuals are in the Students Affairs Office. RECEPTION A reception for new students, transfers and adjuncts will be held March 13 from 2-4 p.m. in the Memorial Boom of the Main Building. Student Affairs Office is co-ordinating the event along with several Student Advisors under the direction of Jeff Lang. SPECIAL LUNCHEON Mr. Finley has agreed to serve a special buffet luncheon for all faculty and staff. It will be held Tuesday, February 26 between 11:30and 1 p.m. For reservations, contact Edna Babcock, ext. 259. Cost is $2.50. DEADLINE EXTENDED Faculty still wishing t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

lehrttifc Collegian Member of 3_ij* _ihrns _Aaaonatinn of (_Rammamm&ttif _(BwnpttBts Editor-in-Chief Executive Editor Lynne Phillips Jeffrey Mafson Sports Editor Jim Cone el man Managing Editor News Editor Georgean Gaydosh Linda Johnson Photographers: Michael Mark, Gary Stewart Business Manager.- Bruce Pizzini Circulation Manager: Jayne Switala Cartoonist: Jack King Staff: Sue Skiba, Debbie Ries, Bud Ore, Gary Schonthaler, Gay Marie Cantania, Nancy Lindholm. Caesar Jones Layout Staff: Karen Burton Typists: Betsy Sterling, Jeanne Murray Circulation Staff: Suzanne Walker

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Faculty Visits China University Park, Pa., Feb. 18—"Our first ten days here have been far beyond expectations in the warm hospitality we have received and informative discussions we have had with the Chinese people," Dr. John W. Oswald, president of The Pennsylvania State University, heading a delegation of Perm State faculty members in an educational tour of China, reported Monday. The delegation of 16, which entered China at Canton on Feb. 8 and will depart from Canton on Feb. 28 for Hong Kong is at the mid-point of the tour. The final week will be spent in the capital city of Peiping, after a visit to Nanking. Reporting from Shanghai via overseas telephone, Dr. Stanely A. Paulson, dean of the College of the Liberal Arts, said that at Shanghai Medical College II, the Penn State delegation had observed a gastrectomy with acupuncture as the anesthesia wnn commentary by the medical college faculty.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Editorial Policy Tne editorials appearing in this newspaper will be opinionated and therefore subject to criticism. All letters that are typewritten of 200 words or less, and submitted to the newspaper staff will be printed with the exception of those that are repetitions or in poor taste. The staff reserves the right to correct or delete portions of all letters for publication purposes. All letters must be signed, but names will be withheld upon request. Term standing, major, and hometown must be included. Signed columns represent the view of the author only and do not reflect the Editorial policy of the Behrend Collegian.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Mailing Address- Behrend Campus, Station Road, Erie, Pa. 16S10 Office- Student Off ices. Reed Union Building Office Hours: 9:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday Phone: 899-3101 Ext. 238. Opinions expressed by the editors and staff of the 3ehrend Collegian are not necessarily those of the University Administration, faculty, or the student body. Published every Thursday throughout the Fail, Winter, and Spring Terms, with exclusions for holidays and term breaks.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Instructional Improvement Explains Initial Overview The improvement of instruction is certainly not a new idea. Throughout the Pennsylvania State University, on every campus and in every college and department, efforts to enrich and refine learning experiences for students are continuous. University Faculty Senate records attest to the ongoing and constant search for ways to enhance the quality of education offered at Penn State. Nor is the idea of providing financial incentives for instructional improvement new. For a number of years, there existed at Penn State a Central Fund for the Improvement of Teaching which provided modest grants of $200-5300 to assist individual instructors who introduced new methods or materials in their classrooms. When that fund terminated several years ago, the practice was continued on a smaller scale by many of the colleges. What IS new is the University's Instructional Improvement program. Initiated in 1972 by Dr. Robert E. Dunham, vice presi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Sororities Voice New Image University Park, Pa., Feb.— Move over Billie Jean, Bella, and you other "libbers"—the sorority girls are coming. While the more vocal members of the Women's Liberation movement might not be accepting them with open arms, the sorority sisters at The Pennsylvania State University are participating in the female rights crusade, says the new president of the Panhellenic Council. Pat Wesner, of Danville, a very attractive 20-year-old junior, thinks sororities, those bastions of propriety and tradition, can be significant leaders in the fight for sexual equality. "Most sorority girls, I guess, are conservative" observes Pat, recently elected to head the body that oversees Penn Sate's 22 sororities. "But just because we don't go in for radical displays, like bra burnings, doesn't mean that we aren't believers in defending a woman's place in the world." There is no need for a sorority girl to apologize for this low-key approach to Women's lab, says Pat, a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Cubettes Want Revenge What the girls basketball team really needs for this Thursday's home game against Edinboro is the "snake pit." Smaller gyms, such as Erie Hall, when capacity can echo and reverberate the sentiments of the majority crowd to the point where the term "snake pit" is an understatement. Behrend lost to Edinboro in a preseason exhibition game by 8 points at Edinboro. "They had a lot of kids there when we played them," stated center Ginger Brown, who went on to say that a large crowd at tonight' s game could be a big help. The girls ran their record" to 9-0 by thrashing Villa last Monday and Thiel last Saturday. The girls ended Thiel's 33 game win streak last Saturday with 33-19 win, marking the first time Behrend has defeated Thiel. Although Behrend led all the way, the game was close until about the last five minutes when Thiel went into a wide open zone defense in an attempt to halt the girls' stalling tactics. This left center Ginger Brown open to some sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Double Figures Hit by Caesar Jones to take some bad shots and shoot Sports Writer 39 per cent from the field. "If the Cubs are to win they will Eisenhower shot a phenomena] have to control the boards, and 59 per cent from the field. Also, also take the good percentage Kromer of Eisenhower poured in shot to win the game," stated 15 points in the final minutes Coach Roger Sweeting before which put out the Cubs' spark of Behrend's last game. Coach hope. Still the Cubs had five Sweeting also employs the men nit scoring in double figures_, pressure defense, but the officials Jim Davis with 18 points, Jack called fouls close, easily, and Nill had 12, Jack Weber with 11 often which resulted in a high points, and Jeff Gilette along with emotional, body contact tempo Larry Szoszorek tossing in ten which sparked a rhubarb. apiece. The Cubs' playmaker, Larry Coach Sweeting went on to say McAleer, was ejected from the that the winner should be the game. With our floor leader gone, team wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 21 February 1974

Males Challenged? On Thursday evening, Feb. 21, Mr. Gordon Irvine, Executive Director of Christian Associates of Metropolitan Erie, will present a taik,Eroding of the Masculine Myth, at 7:30 p.m. in 101 Behrend Building. The talk will focus on the typically masculine values to which men are slaves, and the process of freeing themselves from these values and will offer suggestions for a creative expression of new personhood for men. Experts from a radio program 'Masculinity Myth' will also be included. Following the program there will be refresh¬ ments and a chance for. an informal exchange among the participants. The Woman's Awareness Group of Behrend College is sponsoring this program and it is a statement to the community that we are concerned, with women liberating ourselves and men from the stereotypes that oppress us. If women liberate themselves they will perforce their oppressors" (Germaine Greer, The Female Eunuch). All members of the campus and the Erie Community ar...

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