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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 24 October 1985

Cub's Scoreboard WOMEN'S TENNIS Mercyhurst 8 Penn State-Behrend 0 Singles: Dawn Goodwill (M) def. Sharon Dollard. 6-3. 6-1; Christie Smith (M)def. Kelle Courson, 6-1. 6-3; Jan Johnston (M) def. Toni Lumley. 6-0, 6-0; Stacey Cefola (M) def. Melissa Mitchum. 6-1, 6-0; Amy Sturm (M) def. Katie Phillips, 7-6, 6-1; Jill Wohlhueter (M) def. Mary Beth Grimes, 6-4, 6-4. Doubles: Goodwill and Smith (M) def. Dollard and Courson, 6-1,7-6; Johnston and Cefola (M) del Lumley and Mitchum. 6-2, 6-2. MEN'S SOCCER RESULTS Sept. 7 University of Buffalo 0-1 11 Indiana (PA) 3-2 14 John Carroll 2-2 OT 18 Gannon University 0-6 21 Allegheny College 0-0 25 Alliance College 4-0 28 Walsh. College 0-1 - Oct. 1 Edinboro 2-1 5 Daemen College 6-1 9 Pittsburgh-Bradford 7-1 12 St. Vincent 2-3 OT "16 Mercyhurst . 0-1 19 -- ., Slippery Rock 1-1 OT Goalscoring leaders Mike Hockenberger 9 Joe Kushon 7 Scott Coykendall 4 Chris Stine 3 Todd Lindenmuth 2 Marty Becker 1 Silas Grant \ (After first 13 matches) Tuesday, Oc...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 24 October 1985

Soccer team becomes more offensive by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor After having difficulty finding the net early in the season Behrend's men's soccer team has been scoring goals in bunches recently. On Oct. 9 the Cubs thrashed the University of Pittsburgh (Bradford), 7-1 for its third straight win. With only nine goals in its first seven matches, Behrend answered for 15 during the short winning skein. However, the win-streak came to an end on Oct. 12 when St. Vincent, a highly-ranked NAIA school, dropped the Cubs in overtime, 3-2. Sophomore forward Mike Hockenberger scored both goals as the booters fell to 5-3-2 with the defeat. Hockenberger also scored twice in the win over Pittsburgh. After the St. Vincent match Hockenberger led Behrend with nine goals and three multiple goal games. Tennis team loses finale Mercyhurst blanked Behrend's women's tennis team, 8-0 on Oct 8. For coach Pam Fischer this year's team finished with a 5-7 regular season record. Wins included...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 24 October 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 24 October 1985

SPORTS AHEAD Men's Soccer [Oct. 26] Geneva College (Hj 1 p.m. (Oct. 29) SUNY-Fredonia (H) 3 p.m. (Nov. 2) Houghton College (H) 1 P.m. Women's Voileyball (Oct. 24) Grove City/Gannon (H) 6 p.m. (Oct. 28) Edinboro (H) 7 p.m. (Oct. 31) Westminster (A) 7 p.m. (Nov. 2) St. John Fisher Tournament (A) 10 a.m. (Nov. 5) Case Western/Lake Erie College (A) 6 p.m. (Nov. 8) Mercyhurst (A) 6 D.m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 24 October 1985

W omen spikers host tri-match tonight sports by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor This year's women's volleyball team at Behrend seems to follow the pattern set by previous clubs. That is it's very successful. Coach Jan Wilson's Lady Cubs (as of Oct. 16) were 12-7 and 1-0 in the Western Division of the Women's Keystone Conference. Tonight the Lady Spikers host Grove City (a conference match) and Gannon in a tri-match slated to start at 6 p.m. On Oct. 16 Behrend swept its second consecutive home, trimatch by defeating Geneva College (Behrend's first conference win) and Villa Maria College. The Lady Cubs downed Geneva by scores of 15-10, 15-4, 14-16 and 15-10. Behrend then thumped Villa Maria, 15-3, 15-5. "The team's playing real aggressive and serving well," said Wilson. "They're playing about where I want them to now." During wins over Geneva and Villa Maria senior Mary Toboz was particularly impressive for Behrend with 19 kills and four ser¬ ving aces. Teammate Kim Ke...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 24 October 1985

Lady Cubs win tourney by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor For the third straight year Penn State-Behrend's women's volleyball team captured the Fredonia tournament by defeating St. Bonaventure Saturday in the finals. The Lady Cubs (18-8) prevailed over the Bonnies by scores of 16-14, 15-12. On the day Behrend won four of five matches with the only loss being to St. Bonaventure in an earlier match. The Lady Cubs were also victorious over Buffalo State (15-5, 15-6), Thiel College (11-15, 15-11, . 15-10) and in the semifinals Gannon University, 2-15, 15-8, 15-13. In men's soccer action Behrend knotted conference rival Slippery Rock, 1-1 Saturday. For Behrend it was the last road game of the year as they finished 2-4-2 away from home. Sophomore forward Joe Kushon scored the lone Cub goal which tied the game in the first half. For Kushon it was his seventh goal of the season, two behind team-leader Mike Hockenberger's nine. In preserving the tie Behrend captain, senior goalk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

New Award For Profs Provides More incentive Zibo Visits Behrend by Mark Wuerthele Collegian Staff Writer The Penn State Alumni Association, the Undergraduate Student Government, the Graduate Student Association and the Commonwealth Campus Student Government Association have agreed upon a new teaching award. The Penn State Teaching Fellow: The Alumni/Student Award for Excellence in Teaching will be in effect this year. The award, consisting of 3,000 dollars and an inscribed momento, will be presented annually in April at the University Awards Convocation. Its purpose is to provide encouragement and incentive for excellence in teaching. The Alumni Association believes that the award provides an excellent opportunity for all members of the University to recognize distinguished work in teaching, which is an important part of college. There are several expectations of the recipient: They must share their talents and work with others in the University system; participate in work...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

Quality Control-Institute Created by Gregory D. Goldsmith Collegian Staff Writer Late last summer, Penn State-Behrend established a Quality Control Institute to help businesses start and maintain quality control programs. As part of the Quality Control Institute, a resource-center will be built here to house books, journals, videotapes, computer soft¬ ware, and other materials. These resources will be loaned to member companies, and the Institute staff will advise members about these materials. The staff of the center will conduct a series of seminars, workshops and. short courses for member companies. These programs will be administered through the College's Division of Continuing Education. The most recent of the workshops was to begin on Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. andwill finish on Nov. 12. It is entitled "Training the Trainer: Quality Control." This program is aimed at the developement and training staff, the people who are responsi-QC continued on page 3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

Faculty may add A plus to grading scale 2 A Night of the Arts 6 Zimmerman appointed to NABC 12

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

April symposium on women and minorities continues to take shape by Marge Tomczak Collegian Contributing Writer Dr. Diana Hume George, Associate Professor of English and Faculty director of the spring literary symposium spoke excitedly of its keynote speaker. "Maya Angelou is a nationally known writer and lecturer who can set a room of listeners on metaphorical fire." George has every reason to be excited about the 1986 conference which will be held April 19 and 20, at Behrend. She said, "When the Roundtable Society members were planning the 1984 conference, they- were looking forward to future symposia and their topics. Various ideas were kicked around, one of them being issues on women and blacks. "This somewhat unfinished business was presented to the current members of the Roundtable ZEBO continued fr tionship between the two cities we can get more cooperation and exchange between the colleges and the universities of the two cities," he said. "With the support of both may...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

Faculty-Senate may "up-grade" revised undergrad grading scale by Mark _Wuerthele Collegian Staff Writer A revised undergraduate grading system that will be put into effect in Fall 1987 may have futher changes. A motion will be voted on at the University Faculty Senate meeting on Nov. 12 to implement an A plus, C-, D plus and D-. This will produce quite a change from that of the five possibilities in the current grading scale. A total of 13 grades could be obtained. If the above mentioned changes are not passed, the partial plus-minus scale will still be implemented University wide. Dr. Roland Larson, mathematics professor at Behrend feels that a possible distribution of grades could be as follows: 93-100.......A 90-92 A-87-89 B plus 83-86 B 80-82 .B-77-79 C plus 70-76 C 60-69 C-0-59 F It will be left up to instructors for other percentage breakdowns. If the addition is accepted, it is not yet known whether the four point system will change. Doug Gerow, President of the Stu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

LL4.S can be utilized for students ease had. It will contain records for books, journals, theses and dissertations, music, rare books, microforms, government publications and maps, from the oldest to the newest. What does LIAS do for you? It is more than just a catalog LIAS, the Library Information Access System, is an on-line, electronic catalog that replaces the traditional card catalogs that have served Perm State for over a hundred years. A LIAS terminal provides access to the collections in Pattee, all branch libraries at University Park, and libraries of the Commonwealth Education System, Behrend College, and King of Prussia Graduate Center. LIAS terminals are located in the Behrend Library. LIAS contains information about most of the materials in the Libraries. Although some types of materials are not yet accessible through LIAS (most maps and government documents, for example), it is growing every day with the addition of new information. Eventually, LIAS will be the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

Quality Control Institute in operation continued from page 1 ble for training the quality control personnel. This is a workshop that will teach members of the Quality Control Institute how to design and deliver efficient and effective programs. Guidance for the Institute's operations is provided by an advisory board whose members are selected from the Institute's membership. The board makes recommendations about resource acquisitions, needed educational programs and other matters related to the Institute's operation. The staff of the Institute consists of two Penn State-Behrend faculty members: Dr. Anthony Salvia and Dr. Stuart Allen. Salvia is the director of the Quality Control Institute of Behrend College. He is an Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering and has been employed by Penn State-Behrend since the completion of his doctorate from Case Western Reserve in 1970 in Statistics. ¦ Allen is on the advisory board. He received his doctorate from the University of M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

Career Placement provides Mock Interview Workshop by Karen Pastorik Collegian Staff Writer There are two career placement workshops planned this month: Making the most of Your Job Interview (Wednesday Nov. 6 12:00-12:50 p.m.). Both will be held in room 116 of the Reed Student Union. Originally created for seniors who will be job-searching, these workshops now welcome all students interested in the interviewing process. At the first workshop (Making the Most of Your Job Interview) a speaker will cover the topics: how to prepare for an interview, what to take with you, what to wear, the different parts of an interview, and what to do after an interview. The. second workshop (Mock Interviewing-Trial Run) is essentially a Part 2 to the first workshop. Demonstrations of model interviews will be staged for all the students. The students will then breakdown in small groups and conduct mock interviews assisted by Mary Beth Peterson, career and placement co-ordinator. Peterson st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

Symposium Slated In April continued from page 2 women and blacks." "The conference is great and I'm glad to be involved with the planning, it brings me a lot of pleasure because of my self interest," George said. She continued, "The benefits of this symposium are educational, and it will provide a social impact on campus. It will bring together groups of students who have many mutual interests but little opportunity to explore them together in other contexts. Black women is first priority in their concern of blacks and women. The commonality is inherently present in either group. They know causes that belong to both groups. The conference will bring together these two distinct minorities on this campus." She said, "it provides an opportunity of cooperation among three student groups. The Roundtable Society, Association of Black Collegians and the Women Today organization are co-sponsoring the symposium and representatives of each group make up the steering committee which no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

Feature Costumed Kids Adorn The Halls by Barb Cavano legian Staff Writer Dark halls, costumed kids, and eerie music were all part of the setting for "Wee People Come To Behrend" sponsored by the Joint Residence Council. The activity was held Tuesday evening, Oct. 29 from 6 to 7 p.m. for the Gertrude Barber Center and Staff and Faculty children. The event started with the children trick-or-treating in the dorms and ended with a reception of games and food in Lawrence Lobby. This gave the students a chance to interact with the children. All dorm and apartments were encouraged to participate and candy was made available for purchase from Joint Residence Council. Lynn Altmire, treasurer oi Joint Residence Council said, "We are definately going to continue this in coming years; its a lot of fun. There seemed to be more kids this year than last year." "We would do it again but wish there were more kids," said Dennis Raraigh of first floor Perry. "Wee People Come to Behrend" ...

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