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

Things are happening all over JL J_. I B i-TlL -I- _.M_._l.X-i _ Tttr _? "Five Fingers Mercyhurst Little Theater Nov. 7-9, 8 p.m. Phone 825-0200 for details "Damn Yankees" Erie Playhouse 13 W. 10th St. Nov. 7-10, 12-17 Adults $8 Phone 454-2851 for reservations „_ .. . , _„, , „ "The National Shakespeare Company Memorial Auditorium - Edinboro University Nov. 13, 1 p.m. "Comedy of Errors" 8:15 p.m. "Othello" Adults $4 Phone 732-2518 for reservations "The Dining Room" Behrend Studio Theatre Nov. 15-17, 20-24 Phone for details DANCE "Asian American Dance Theater" Behrend Reed Lecture Hall Nov. 7, 8 p.m. No admission charge. "Dance Horizons" Zum Recital Hall - Mercyhurst College Nov. 14, 16, 8:15 p.m., Nov. 17, 2:30 p.m Phone 825-0200 for details. LOOK o © IMS Uvua FMtura _SymtcataJ_^c. Behrend Reed Lecture Hall . Nov. 12, 8 p.m. No admission charge. "Fanny and Alexander" Edinboro Alternative Film Series Nov. 14, 7 p.m. 119 Doucette Hall 9:15 p.m. Memorial Auditoriu...

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

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

Claudia Schmidt entices Behrend audience by Tracy Simmons Collegian Staff Writer A large and receptive crowd greeted Claudia Schmidt's performance in the Reed Lecture Hall on Saturday, Oct. 26. For nearly two and a half hours, she delighted the audience with her music. She was accompanied on the piano by Dan Dance, and in addition she herself played the guitar, mountain dulcemer (a stringed instrument which sounds similar to a guitar but has more bell-like tone), and deluxe pianoliri,-a very different instrument with fifty-two strings and a unique sound. Schmidt says of the pianolin, "When I heard it, I just bought it purely because of the sound of it, and then I just had to go home and teach myseif how to play it." She sang a variety of songs, in- Claudia Schmidt eluding the wistful "Skylark", the beautiful "Broken Glass" and "Stairs", and the lighter "I'm a Little Cookie" and "Ashleyvlle". The audience quickly caught her spirit, and even sang along with her for some of...

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

Shakespeare readers last 24 hours by Roni Sue Kowal Collegian Staff Writer ' The Shakespeare Read-a-thon had been in session for 21 hours and the question "to read or not to read" was debatable. Some participants were delirious, some had one eye barely open and a lot of readers still exploded with enthusiasm. At the 3:30 p.m. break (Saturday, Nov. 2), the participants were not sure if their lines were making much sense. Julie Clough, who read for a total of twelve hours said, "It's been a lot of fun, but right now we're all on the last string." Tony Elliot, Studio Theatre Director and readers The turnout of the read-a-thon went well according to Studio Theatre Director Tony Elliot, but he claimed that around 3 or 4 a.m. things got bad. "People started to act weird, but it was a very interesting group." The read-a-thon was successful. All readers showed up and there were a lot of sponsors. The whole crew felt good about the turnout stating that it was probably the most succ...

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

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

ROTC Rangers take to the field by Thomas Milley Collegian Staff Writer Behrend's ROTC program has taken to the field again since our last issue. The Behrend's Ranger Detachment practiced counterterrorist measures using actions of the United Freedom Front (UFF) as the main scenario for a reconnaissance operation. The mission took place on the night of Oct. 18-19, and despite the pouring rain, and less than warm temperatures, the cadets got an excellent opportunity to practice operating in the field. Field operations require a lot of planning, coordination and practice, and our Rangers gained some valuable experience in making a reconnaissance operation work. The Rangers goal was to search an area of land, a farm owned by first Sergent Pfadt the Pennsylvania National Guard, for any signs of members of a terrorist organization called the United Freedom Front. The part of the UFF was enacted by members of the 11th Special Forces Group centered in Youngstown, Ohio. Our Rangers ...

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

Air Bands Contest arranged by SPC by Sue Nathans Collegian Staff Writer Air bands are fast becoming a fad on college campuses as well as high schools and the television industry. Behrend, in keeping with this fad has scheduled an air band contest for Nov. 14. The event is sponsored by the Student Programming Council. The 1980 7 s have seen such entertainers as Michael Jackson, Boy George, Prince and Madonna, each with their own personal and very unique stage and appearance styles. Air band contests are more than just a bunch of people hanging around playing instruments that aren't there. Air band contests are judged on how well the band chosen is imitated, the creativity involved and of course, the quality of the performance. With entertainers such as Boy George and Madonna using such distinctive ways of expressing themselves, air band contests can show us imitations which require more than just a simple strumm of a guitar. The contestants are not reqired to mime everything,...

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

The Student Relations Board of University Park has proposed the idea to display which campus a graduating Penn State student attended on the "University Park graduation program. The student/campus association would not appear on the diploma, only on the program handed out during the ceremony. Ron Foster Student Voice asked the question "When you graduate, do you like the idea of being recognized as attending a branch campus on the University Park graduation ceremonies program?" Paul Konkol Ron Foster (First semester, Accounting): "I really don't think it makes a difference." Paul Konkol (Third semester, Computer Science): "As long as "Do you like the idea of being recognized as attending a branch campus on the University Park graduation ceremonies program?" Rich Huhn (Third semester, Accounting): "I believe that it doesn't really matter to corporations or business establishments when you leave college whether or not you graduated from a satellite campus of Penn Stat...

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

ROTC_^ Ra ilgerS continued from page 9 to Fairview to the Gem City Outdoorsmans Club for familiarization firing of the M16A1 rifle. Cadet Mark Sinicki was in charge of the group operations, and insured that each MS HI carried out their assigned duties in operating the range. About thirty cadets got to try their hand at firing the Army's M-16 rifle on the fifty foot range. That evening, the second Platoon Color Guard, under the direction of Calvin Fryling, presented the national and state colors at Iroquois High School. The other members of the color guard who participated were Glenn Hordusky, Don Buckshaw, and Paul Kitchen. On Sunday, Oct. 27, MSG Young was off with the Scuba Club again to dive Lake Pleasant. They recovered a large, threaded iron wheel that weighs about fourty pounds. The purpose of the wheel yet to be determined, and some research is being done. Members present on the dive were John Pugliano, club president; Mike Gavrilis; Bob Pacileo; and Kirk Yearwood. <...

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

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

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

Cub_'s Scoreboard PENN STATE-BEHREND FINAL MEN'S SOCCER RESULTS Sept. 7 University of Buffalo 0-1 (A) 11 Indiana (PA) 3-2 (H) 14 John Carroll ' 2-2 ' OT (H) 18 Gannon University 0-6 (A) 21 Allegheny College 0-0 OT (A) 25 Alliance College 4-0 (H) 28 Walsh College -.. 0-1 (A) Oct. 1 Edinboro University 2-1 (A) 5 Daemen College 6-1 (H) 9 Pittsburgh-Bradford 7-1 (A) 12 St. Vincent 2-3 OT (A) 16 Mercyhurst 0-1 (H) 19 Slippery Rock 1-1 OT (A) 23 Grove City 0-2 (H) 26 Geneva College 2-2 OT (H) 29 SUNY-Fredonia 0-1 (H) Nov. 2 Houghton College 1-2 OT (H) Final goalscoring summary: Mike Hockenberger 9 Home record: 3-4-2 Joe Kushon g Road record: 2-4-2 Scott Coykendall 5 Conference record: 3-4-2 Chris Stine 3 Goals for 30 Todd Lindenmuth 2 Goals against- 27 Marty Becker _^ 1 FINAL RECORD: _S8-4 Silas Grant . 1 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL YEAR RESULTS Sept. 10 Villa Maria (Scrimmage) (A) 13/14 SUNY-Cortland Tournament (A) 4-1 record, 2nd place 20/21 Thiel Tournament .. . (A) 2-3 record 24 Geneva...

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

Tennis team serves successful campaign by Rob Roth Collegian Staff Writer This year's women's tennis team concluded what was their best season in recent years. The Lady Cubs finished with an overall record of 5-7 which included impressive victories over Thiei College, Westminster and SUNYFredonia. "I feel terrific about it," said head coach Pam Fischer. "This year was a highly successful season from all aspects. "We had a real together team who worked well with each other and responded to each others needs." Fischer thought highly of the freshmen on this year's squad which she attributes to much of the team's success. "We had an exceptional group of freshmen who had a really positive influence and great attitudes," Fischer explained. In addition to the freshmen, junior and team captain Toni Lumley paced the Cubs with the best singles record, 8-3, playing in the third position. "Toni's a hard worker, a fighter and a player the team could always count on," said Fischer. Also w...

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

Zimmerman appointed to NABC committee continued from page 12 posal, will initially hurt the incoming freshmen athletes who thought getting a scholarship for basketball would be easy. Zimmerman feels, "In the long run it will be beneficial to the athletes." It is proposals such as these which make it important for a coach to get involved. Zimmerman believes his appointment to the committee will be helpful to Behrend's basketball program. He has already received calls from coaches in Europe who want to set up games. Zimmer¬ man is meeting some important people in the basketball world and this helps Behrend when they need to find opponents and many other times. Serving on the NABC is quite an honor for Zimmerman and a plus for Behrend basketball.

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

Zimmerman aDDointed to NABC committee by Tammie Starcher Collegian Staff Writer Behrend's Men's Basketball Coach, Doug Zimmerman, has been appointed to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Committee on Academics. The NABC is an organization which affects all aspects of basketball at the collegiate level. It is divided into 14 committees which deal with problems from summer camps to recruiting. Zimmerman will be serving on the Academic Committee. This committee will recommend legislation to the NCAA dealing with academic issues at all levels. The Academic Committee along with the Rules Committee and the Recruiting Committee, is critical because it has a direct and immediate affect on the athletes, current and future. Zimmerman was appointed to the committee by Joe Thompson, NABC President. He first got involved, however, by expressing an interest in a national committee. Zimmerman talked to the Executive Director of the NABC, Vanderbilt's head coach. The Exec...

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