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Baby enters world at toll booth [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Baby enters world at toll booth By Tom Jackman The Washington Post WASHINGTON - Jose Ortiz hurriedly tossed 50 cents in the toll basket on Northern Virginia's Dulles Toll Road Tuesday morning so he could speed his pregnant girlfriend, Ana Medrano, to the hospital. But before Ortiz could pull away from the tollbooth, Medrano blurted out from the back seat, "Oh, my God, the baby's coming. Ortiz told James Jones, who was stationed at the booth in the main toll plaza, to call the police and an ambulance. Jones asked, "She's having a baby right now?" Pat Gandee, the tollkeeper on the other side of Ortiz's car, heard Jones' astonished tone, looked down at Medrano, and "I saw the (baby's) head. I thought, 'They're not going to make it to the hospital.' This lady was having a baby right in the middle of the lane." And before paramedics could arrive, Stephany Emperatriz Ortiz entered the world in the back seat of a Nissan Sentra at 3:08 a.m., one month prematurely, after two hours of...
ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
ACROSS 1 Mini-city 5 Stanch 9 Extra 14 Region 15 Genesis character 16 Ice-cream holders 17 Boxing champion's trophy 18 Marked transformations 20 Importunes 22 Ultimatum phrase 23 Castles' defenses 24 Ring of flowers 25 Post-dusk, poetically 26 Taken care of 28 Ocean motion 30 Novelist Levin 31 Lazy girl? 33 Stairway segment 37 Segue 39 Mosaic pieces 41 Italian explorer 42 Group of eight 44 Lacoste and Russo 46 Soar 47 Nostrils 49 Rodeo ropes 51 Last of a log 54 Erich _Stroheim 55 Involuntary muscle contraction 56 Synchronized 58 Rooms 61 Final hope 63 Splice film 64 Writer Sinclair 65 Mayberry boy 66 Zoom 67 Oozes 68 Hardy lass 69 Lambaste DOWN 1 Bar bills 2 Sandwich cookie 3 Kindly intended 4 Country ¦¦ ^ ' *— -- ^ IHM^ i i T J ' © 1998 Tribune Media Services, Inc. 1 n/97/Qft All rights reserved. iu/ **/ao 5 Settles decisive!) 6 Encourages 7 Idyllic meadows 8 RN's tonic 9 More alarming 10 Johnnycake 11 Corner 12 Pee Wee of baseball 13 Ruhr Valley city 19 Dug up the gard...
Beloved: Better book than movie [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Beloved: Better book than movie by Jon Stubbs features editor Co-produced by and starring Oprah Winfrey, Beloved is the story of an emancipated slave woman trying to free herself from the terrifying memories of her slave life. The film is set in a rural area just outside of Cincinnati in 1873, during the reconstruction years. There, in a small farmhouse left to her by her mother-in-law, lives Sethe (Winfrey), a former slave. Sethe lives with her daughter, Denver (Kimberly Elise), in this haunted little house on the prairie. Then comes Paul D, played by Danny Glover, who is an acquaintance of Sethe's departed husband. Paul D is quickly accepted by Sethe into the household, where he helps Sethe deal with her haunting memories of her past life. Cincinnati-born author Toni Morrison wrote the novel which Be loved was drawn from. She was inspired by the story of a real slave woman named Margaret Garner who escaped from Kentucky to Cincinnati with her children. It was from Garner's...
Behrend Remembered on sale in Penn State Behrend bookstore [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Behrend Remembered on sale in Penn State Behrend bookstore By David Young staff writer Behrend Remembered, an informal history that explores the 50 years of Penn State Erie, has been published as part of the College's 50th anniversary celebration. Written by Benjamin A. Lane, associate professor of English emeritus and former dean of students, the volume is filled with photographs and personal memories of those who built the institution. The book begins with the lives of Ernst and Mary Behrend, whose Glenhill Farm estate provided the setting for Penn State's presence in Erie. Lane continues with a review of the early years of the College, when it was simply a center of Penn State, and its evolution to a four-year, degree-granting school. Some interesting photography throughout the book shows what life at Behrend has been like over the years. I suggest checking out the hot outfits on page 43 modeled by some of Behrends former students. Or take a look at former Behrend student...
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Volleyball completes busy two weeks [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Volleyball completes busy two weeks By Jamie Salapek staff writer Bumping, setting and spiking - some may think that these are the keys of volleyball, yet the Behrend team has shown that there is more to it than that. The Lions have proved that it's all about the love for the game as well as teamwork. Behrend's schedule has kept them quite busy the past thirteen days. The team headed to Fredonia for a tournament on October 10. They faced off with Geneseo, yet reluctantly lost in three games, 15-11,15-11, and 15- 8. The Lions had also encountered Geneseo earlier in the season at the Allegheny Tournament, but also lost in three games. Behrend's second match in the tournament was against Fredonia. Fredonia was fired up for their home tournament and beat the Lions in four games, 15-13, 6-15, 12-15, and 11-15. Despite the loss, Behrend played well as Tiffany Beers and Mary Good each had 16 kills. After those two losses, the Lions rebounded and beat Alfred in five games, 15-6, 15-...
Homecoming and Greek Week [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Homecoming and Greek Week Greek Week events off to a good start By Rose Forrest assistant layout editor Behrend Greeks get a chance every year to compete for a trophy as a prelude to Homecoming Weekend. It is a high intensity battle of strength, speed, teamwork, talent, and who has the biggest mouth. The competition is between the fraternities and between the sororities. It is called Greek Week and today is the second to last day. The Interfraternity Council sponsors it and this year Tau Kappa Epsilon's Mike Studd directed it. Monday morning Behrend is decorated with sorority and fraternity banners. The banners are made with huge sheets of cloth, ie. sheets, and must have all the other Greek organizations, ASA, AET, 0d>A, TKE, IKN, ZBT, AX, rrr, KAP. The most "entertaining event" is tonight at the Bruno's stage at 7:00 pm. It is the Greek Sing - every group has created an eight minute lip sync script. Scores so far have been close so this show is important. The last e...
'Batch' of surprises highlight 1 st half of NFL season [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
'Batch' of surprises highlight 1 st half of NFL season Out of Bounds JASQNSNYDER Can you believe the NFL regular season is approaching its halfway mark already? I guess with all the excitement baseball has brought to the country, fans are having a hard time keeping up with the fast paced world of sports. But the first few weeks of the football season have set the tone and given fans a sense of who to watch in the upcoming weeks. And as you look through the team standings and the statistical leaders. you may be surprised at what you see. The NFL, so far, has been filled with a group of surprises, or in this case, they can better be referred to as a "batch" of surprises. A number of teams that were once laughing stocks of the NFL are now making a name for themselves as playoff contenders. And a batch of teams that were expected to rise to the top of the league standings are now beginning to fall to the cellar of the NFL divisions. And in a season that was supposed to be th...
Behrend to induct new members into athletics Hall of Fame [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Behrend to induct new members into athletics Hall of Fame By Jason Snyder sports editor The Penn State Behrend Athletics Department will hold its eighth annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony this Saturday, October 24, at 6:00 in the Reed Commons. As Behrend approaches 40 years of competitive athletics, the college will continue to recognize the teams and individuals that have played a significant role in the program's overall success. This Saturday evening, in conjunction with Behrend's 50th anniversary celebrations, the college will induct one individual and ten teams into the Penn State-Behrend Athletic Hall of Fame. Former faculty athletic representative John Grode will be the lone 1998 individual inductee named to the Hall of Fame. Grode served as an instructor in engineering since 1966 and held the position as faculty athletic director from 1973-1997, a span of 24 years. Roger Sweeting, a former men's basketball coach, will have two of his teams inducted into the Behre...
INTRAMURAL ROUNDUP [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
INTRAMURAL ROUNDUP Intramurals Flag Football M, W, COED - Games began October 14 Billiards M, W, COED - Singles and Doubles play - Schedules will be posted Sunday November 1 Registration Deadline: Play begins Monday November 2 October 30 Bowling M, W, COED - Individual and team competition Registration Deadline: -At Eastway Lanes October 30 - Saturday November 7 Recreation Commuter Euchre Tournament Registration Deadline: November 6
AMCC Athletes of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
AMCC Athletes of the Week Abby Crilley, Tyler Travis, and Bethany Cummings all receive Athlete of the Week recognition Behrend has had an impressive week in the AMCC, as the women's soccer team captured the regular season AMCC Championship and the women's tennis team also won the championship by defeating their rival Frostburg State this past Sunday at the Tennis AMCC Champ ionships. The Lions added to their week by having three of their athletes named as AMCC Athletes of the Week in their respective sports. The cross-country team had both a male and female rewarded with this honor. Abby Crilley, in her first ever collegiate race, finished in 16th place at the Pitt-Bradford Invita tional this past Saturday. Crilley is a sophomore from Harmonsburg, PA, where she attended Linesville High School. She ran the 2.6 mile course in 18 minutes. Crilley should be an important addition to the women's team entering the AMCC Championships this Saturday, October 24, at Behrend at 11:00 ...
The Behrend Classifieds [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
The Behrend Classifieds SPRING BREAK Cancun, Florida, Jason- Danielle etc... Best hotels, parties, prices. Book early and save! Earn Money You owe me lots of presents this I wish that H and L were in 805 plus free trips! Campus reps/ weekend. Ayodele organizations wanted. Intercampus programs. 1-800-327-6013 www.icpt.com Students and employees of Penn State Behrend are invited to submit a free classified ad in The Beacon. Types of ads may include personal messages and items for sale. Maximum classified length is 25 words. Persons who submit ads must state their affiliation with Behrend. Classifieds are meant for individual use. Official notices and group events should be submitted to the Calendar editor. Businesses must pay regular advertising rates. The Beacon can not guarantee the publication of all classified submitted for space purposes. Classifieds should be sent to the Classified editor at The Beacon, Reed Building or dropped off at The Beacon offices, or sent to behrcol...
Women's soccer clinches title; Men go 1-1 [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Women's soccer clinches title; Men go 1-1 A member of the Behrend women's soccer team runs toward the ball. photo byAndreaZatiino By Matt Buser staff writer The Penn State Behrend women's soccer team continued their dominating season by posting a 3-0 win at conference rival Frostburg this past Saturday to clinch the AMCC regular season championship. "Great defense played a major role in the win," assistant coach Melissa Eging commented. "Their two great forwards, Amy Foote and Erin Forbes, were contained the entire game. But all eleven players on the field did a great job." Goals for Behrend were scored by Bethany Cummings, Laura Ferko, and Katie Giles. Michelle Malatesta recorded the shutout in net. The win assured that the women will host the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference tournament, which will take place on Saturday, October 31, and Sunday, November 1. Their record as of last Saturday stood at 12-1-2 overall, 4-0 in conference. Eging continued, "Our goal was ...
Housing and Food Service Athlete of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Housing and Food Service Athlete of the Week Name: Kristen Gonter Sport: Women's Soccer Class: Senior Position: Defender Date: October 12-October 19 Kristen Gonter, a senior defender, has been named the Housing and Food Service Athlete of the Week. Gonter has aided the Behrend Lions to a 2-0 week and their second straight AMCC regular season championship. "Kristen played exceptionally well this week," said head coach Dan Perritano. "Defensively she led our defense that was able to post back-to-back shutouts." Penn State Behrend defeated CMU 1-0 in overtime in Pittsburgh and then beat AMCC foe Frostburg State (9-3) 3-0 to secure the regular season title. The hooters will now host the AMCC Tournament on Saturday, October 31st and Sunday, November 1,1998. Gonter is a graduate of Holland Central School in Holland, New York.
t > Scoreboard [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
t > Scoreboard Women's Soccer Overall Record AMCC Behrend 12-1-2 4-0 Frostburg 9-4 2-1 Lake Erie 9-6 1-3 La Roche 11-4 1-2 Pitt-Bradford 6-9 0-4 Behrend Scores Behrend 1 Carnegie Mellon 0 Behrend 3 Frostburg 0 Upcoming Behrend Games October 24 Brockport 3:30 p.m. October 27 @ Buffalo State3:00 p.m Women's Volleyball Overall Record AMCC Frostburg 25-1 5-0 Pitt-Bradford 15-6 5-1 La Roche 12-13 2-1 Behrend 7-16 2-3 Pitt-Greensburg 3-14 1-4 Penn State Altoona 6-12 1-5 Lake Erie 0-22 0-9 Behrend Scores Behrend 3 Buffalo State 0 Behrend 1 Pitt-Bradford 3 Upcoming Behrend Matches October 23-24 @ Juniata Toum. TBA October 26 Pitt-Greensburg 7:00 p.m. October 28 LaRoche 7:00 p.m. L Men's Soccer Overall Record AMCC Frostburg 11-3 4-0 Behrend 9-7 4-1 Pitt-Greensburg 5-7 1 -3 Pitt-Bradford 5-10 1-3 LaRoche 3-11 1-2 Lake Erie 8-10 0-4 Behrend Scores Behrend 0 Frostburg 4 Behrend 2 Keuka 1 Upcoming Behrend Games October 24 Brockport 1:00 p.m. October 29 Buffalo State 3:00 p.m. Wo...
Women's Tennis are AMCC champions [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Women's Tennis are AMCC champions By Will Jordan news editor On Sunday, October 18th, the Behrend women's tennis team hosted the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference tournament at the Westwood Country Club. At the end of the tournament, Behrend had won the championship with 14 team points. Frostburg was a close runner-up with 13 team points, while Penn State Altoona finished in third place with 9. This was the women's second consecutive AMCC title and their first with first-year coach Jeff Barger. The day before, on Saturday, October 17th, Behrend also had a competition against Frostburg. The women battled the strong team from Frostburg and won overall, 5 matches to 4 matches. After Saturday, the women's tennis team final regular season record was 8 wins and 9 defeats. Their conference record was 6 wins with only 1 defeat. After the AMCC championship, Joann Fabrizio, a sophmore from Sewickley Academy, was named first team all-conference in AMCC 1st Flight Singles, winnin...
Rested Lions ready for regionals [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 22 October 1998
Rested Lions ready for regionals By Jason Snyder sports editor Approaching the conclusion of the 1998 cross-country season, the Behrend runners continue to improve and prepare for the challenges they will face in the upcoming weeks. This past weekend, the Lions completed their regular season at the Pitt-Bradford Invitational. The men's team finished second in the meet as the women finished in fifth. The men's team used the meet at Pitt-Bradford to prepare themselves for the AMCC Championships this weekend. Coach Rich Hoffman said, "we held out our top three plus several others in our top ten to rest them a bit for next week and our AMCC Championships." The men still finished second behind Mercyhurst College. Tyler Travis and Jason Saeger led the Lions finishing fifth and sixth respectively. Adam Dzuricky and Tom McCall also finished together in tenth and eleventh. Rounding out the top five for the Lions was Erik Vollbrecht who finished in 22nd. The men's team finished the re...
University Faculty Senate gives students a break [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 29 October 1998
University Faculty Senate gives students a break By Will Jordan news editor Yesterday, October 27th. the University Faculty Senate accepted the proposal of two class-free days which will be added to Penn State's academic calendar in mid-October starting in 1W9. The two-day break will be held on Monday and Tuesday in the eighth week of the I: all semester, October llth and 12th However, with the acceptance of the proposal, the day on which classes start will be moved up one day. This means that the first day of classes in 1499 will be August 24th. The proposal for a two-day break began with students and was sent to the Senate's committees on undergraduate education and University planning. The proposal involved consultation with University administrators, including the Registrar's Office, and research into the calendars ol other colleges and universities. The two days are not going to be called a "fall break," however, because the addition of the two class- free days would no...