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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

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Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Spring Fling Trips Ft. Lauderdale $ 299°° @ six per suite s3O900 @ seven per suite . Included features: •Round trip transportation via motorcoach •7 nights accommodations on oceanside hotel •Welcome Party •Applicable taxes and service charge •Tour Director from Collegiate Tour and Travel Daytona Beach $19900 @ 7, 5 or 6 people per Included features: Sponsored by SGA •Round trip transportation via motorcoach •7 nights accommodation at one of Daytona's finest hotels on beach - Fabulous locations next to Peir & Boardwalks •Free poolside parties & welcome parties •Coupon booklet good for many discounts from Daytona's Beach Merchants •Professionally staffed personnel to make your travels more enjoyable. •Optional tours direct from your hotel to Disney World -Sea World - Deep Sea Fishing - Party ship cruise and many more •Trip limited to 92 people suite •50°° deposit due with reservation •Balance due by January 24,1986 •Buses depart Feb. 28 and return March...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Division of Police & Safety Services explains parking regulations DIVISION OF POLICE AND SAFETY SERVICES To help clear up any confusion on the parking regulations here on campus, please note the following information: All students are required to purchase parking permits (at the Police and Safety Office, South Cottage). This may appear contrary to a recent letter sent to students advising otherwise. The letter in question, however, was for Commonwealth Campus's only, and Behrend is not a Commonwealth Campus. Students are not to park in visitors and/or Staff parking areas at any time, which includes the lots immediately behind the residence halls (except behind Perry Hall). Parking in the Reed Lot is permitted by students with valid parking permits every day from 6:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. and anytime Saturday and Sunday. Any other times are in violation. Students may park in any of the student lots, provided they have a valid parking permit. Parking along the roadway or ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

TROUBLED? NEED TO TALK? WE CAN HELP...WE CARE ABOUT YOU! Bfc_^ PENN STATE-BEHREND CAMPUS MINISTRY Student Affairs Reed Building 898-6245 _^OFF CAMPUS WORSHIP a OPPORTUNITIES BUS TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE FOR 11:00 a.m. SERVICES BUS LEAVES REED 10:15 a.m. SUNDAYS ST. JAMES R.C. CHURCH 2635 Ruffalo Road MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH Eastern and Gray Ave Phone 899-6386 The Rev. Martin Roth, Pastor * Phone 899-6178 Robert W. Cohan. Pastor The Rev WESLEYVIILE METHODIST CHURCH WESLEYVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH Buffalo Road and Market St. Phone 899-9243 The Rev. George Schoonmaker, Pastor UNTED 3306 South Street 899-3302 The Rev. Jerry Schmidt, Pastor ON CAMPUS WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ROWAN CATHOLIC MASS with The Rev. Ron Toverr* (Fr. Ron) SATURDAYS. 5:30 pm. in THE REED LECTURE HALL PENN STATE-BEHREND CAMPUS MINISTRY •Partte ip.ilini; _Ciminis _Mmctrv Outer Cloryv HHmin , EAST ERIE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2653 Saltsman Rd. Phone 899-5247 The Rev. Cliff Hamilton. Pastor*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Former Cub infielder returns as a Cardinal Behrend Alumni, Tom Lawless of the Saint Louis Cardinals, made an appearance on campus Monday, Nov. 18. A 1980 Behrend grad, the Cards infielder returned to his alma mater and received two honors. The first award, presented by Provost and Dean Dr. John M. Lilley, was in the form of a Penn State-Behrend Varsity Sweater. Lilley emphasized hope that Lawless continue identification with Behrend by the sweater. Herb Lauffer, Athletics Director, took over with the presentation of the "Tom Lawless Most Valuable Player Award" for members of the Cubs basebaii team. Behrend's 1969-81 baseball coach, Clarence (Shorty) Stoner, now head coach for the Nittany Lions at University Park, was also on hand for the Lawless extravaganza. Drafted by Cincinnati in 1980, Lawless then played with the Montreal Expos until traded to his present ball club the Saint Louis Cardinals. Athletics Director, Herb Lauffer, presents Tom Lawless with the "Tom Lawles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Men seek to rebound by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor When you trot down through what will soon be snow and sleet to Erie Hall to see Behrend's men's basketball, you will most likely find players not only in the air but on the ground diving for loose balls as well. That's when they are not constantly running up and down the court trying to prevent the opposition from scoring. Speed and aggressiveness makes for exciting basketball and that is going to be the style of head coach Doug Zimmerman's team this year at Penn State-Behrend. Having completed his best recruiting year since his arrival at Behrend three years ago, Zimmerman is hoping that this year's squad is the one that will put the Cub's program over the hump and on the road to national competitiveness and respectability. "We're going to have an up¬ tempo team this year aided by upperclassmen which we haven't had in the past," Zimmerman said. "No matter how talented you are, it's difficult to beat experience. Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Lady Cub hoopsters should improve by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor With a limited number of players it becomes very difficult to be competitive on any level. Faced with that situation last year, women's basketball coach Karin Sobotta has reason to be optimistic about the upcoming campaign, only her second at Behrend, due to the fact that she has more players to work with. With only eight women on last year's squad, Sobotta's lady hoopsters finished with a 6-17 record as a District 18 NAIA school. There are 11 players on the current roster including three returners, two of which were letter winners last year. "It's difficult to say how we'll do because we're now Division III with a new schedule but I'm excited because we have 11 players and they are all experienced, having at least started for their respective high school teams," Sobotta said. "Of the eight players last year three of them had hardly played at all. Our depth will allow us to do a lot more things on the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Lumley and Mitchem named to Keystone Conference all-star team by Barb Cavano Collegian Staff Writer Toni Lumley and Melissa Mitchem of the woman's tennis team were chosen for the Keystone Conference All District in singles. Lumley and Mitchem were named to the 2nd team and were seeded 3rd and 4th respectively. "The girls will not compete in any matches," said Coach Pam Fisher. "It's an honor to be named. Toni was Captain of the '85 squad and she also teamed up with Melissa producing an effective doubles team," Fisher said. Mitchem is a second semester freshman and Lumley is a junior who may be returning next year. On the soccer field, four Behrend players showed their stuff in the Western Pennsylvania Inter-Collegiate Soccer Conference match held at Slippery Rock University on Nov. 11. Steve Lossing who played back was named to the first team. Mike Hockenberger, halfback, and Joe Kushon, forward, were named to the second team and goalie Larry Guenther was given honorable m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

November.21,1985 _ilKffl Mimim iIMiil MMLJBML MM gpAWg Cub's Scoreboard Dr. Light inducted into sports hall of fame MEN'S BASKETBALL HEAD COACH: Dong Zimmerman Nov. 23 Gannon University (A) 9 p.m. Gary Miller Classic 26 Carnegie Mellon (H) 8 p.m. 29/30 Muskingham Tournament . (A) 7 p.m. Dec. 3 Thid College (H) 8 p.m. 5 Grove City (A) 8 p.m. 7 Edinboro . (A) 8 p.m. 9 Alliance College (A) 8 p.m. 11 Allegheny College (A) 7:30 p.m. Jan. 8 University of Buffalo (A) 8 p.m. 11 ¦ Bethany College (A) 3 p.m. 13 Mercyhurst (H) 8 p.m. 18 LaRoche College (H) 8 p.m. 20 John Carroll (H) 8 p.m. 22 St. 'Vincent (A) 8 p.m. 25 College of Wooster . , (H> 8 p.m. , 27 SUNY-Fredonia ' _. (H) 8 p.m: 29 Alliance College (H) 8 p.m. No; Nmk HL Wl. Pos. Yr. Hign School-Hometown 12- Gary Manuel 5*9 175 Guard ' Sri Butler/Butler, Pa. 40 Greg Green 6*5 210 Forward Jr. Howken/Cleveland, OH 33 Randy Gomiak 6*8 22S Forward Jr. North East/North East 24 John Sargent 6'S 195 Forward Jr. Mercyhurst/Erie 44 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Gary Miller Classic this weekend JR's Corner by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor With the fall sports season behind us it is now time to move indoors out of the cold and rain. Erie Hall will be bouncing with a lot of basketball excitement from both Behrend's men's and women's teams beginning with a doubleheader on Tuesday, Nov. 26. Both Cub teams play Carnegie Mellon with the women's game first at 6 p.m. followed by the men's at 8 p.m. Tournaments once again kick off both the men's and women's seasons. Doug Zimmerman's Cubs are one of four teams in the 3rd arinual Gary Miller Classic which for the first time will be held at the Hammermill Center at Gannon University. The first two years the event was held at the Civic Center. Tickets are available in the athletic office in Erie Hall. Reserved seats are 5 dollars, general admission 3 dollars and general admission with a student ID 2 dollars. The Lady Cubs begin their season on the road as one of four schools competing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

If you follow the right guidelines, you can improve your test taking skills by Lynn Litterine You knew the material cold, but with_^the wo rds "You may start," you stopped. Your mind went blank. Your hands began to sweat. Your heart raced. What a shame! The test was designed to determine what you knew, and you knew a lot. But you clutched so you were unable to show it. Most people feel a bit nervous before an exam, and that may even give a desirable edge to their performance. However, extreme anxiety or panic will hamper it. What gets in the way, according to Steven Batoff of Philadelphia, is non-specific anxiety. Batoff, a psychologist, provides stress management counseling in his practice. "If you find yourself thinking, 'What if this happens,' or 'What if that happens,' you have a generalized fear in which you have to account for the possibility of anything," he says. "You are not reacting to a specific threat that you can deal with." Rehearsal is one way to take the what...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Rock climbing around the Gorge results in a twenty-five foot fall by Sue Nathans Collegian Staff Writer At 4 p.m. on Nov. 19, Sam, Jim, and Matt went rock climbing in the Gorge. - Rain which had been falling for approximately two weeks had ceased, leaving the Gorge very wet. At about 4:20 p.m. that wetness caused Sam Avampado to plunge 25 feet into the Gorge's creek, breaking both his heels and slightly spraining his ankles.. Somewhere around 4:35 p.m., Matt Stebick, first semester, Metallurgy, alerted Avampado's Resident Assistant of the problem. Francis Greene, Lawrence R;A., accompanied by a few other students, rounded up blankets and proceeded to the Gorge. Greene said that he had planned to try and carry Sam from the Gorge and escort him to the hospital personally. Greene had never before been ir. the Gorge. After arriving at the top of the Gorge and seeing that there was no way possible to retrieve Avampado without help, Greene alerted campus security at 5:13 pan. Se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Blood drive successful at Behrend by Gregory D. Goldsmith Collegian Staff Writer There are a variety of reasons why colleges should sponsor blood drives. In the Erie Community, 1500 to 1600 units of blood are needed every month. Physicians and researchers have uncovered new ways i£> save lives using components of blood. Another factor which contributes to the increasing demand for new blood donors is the rising average age of our population. People 65 and older comprise more than 20 percent of all hospital patients, but they use upwards of 40 percent of all blood transfused. Thus it is easy to recognize why the need for blood donors is increasing. The blood that is collected on the Bloodmobile at area colleges is very important to the total program of the Community Blood Bank's overall effort. Students will have the opportunity to learn about blood and a chance to con¬ tribute to the actual saving of lives in their community. The persons that organize a blood driv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Division merge proposed by Mark Wuerthele Collegian Staff Writer A proposal for a new school containing the divisions of Humanities and Social Sciences has been proposed. Majors that are currently under the College of Business such as humanities and social sciences will be implemented into a seperate college. Provost and Dean, Dr. John Lilley, is strongly in favor of the new change. "The faculty of the humanities and social sciences is outstanding here at Behrend. Students who are humanities and social science oriented may become even more involved if there is a separate school for their field of study." Lilley stressed the fact that this is actually not a merge, it is a proposal for a new school. "We must let students be aware of the fact that this is continued on page 2

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

§ f|frf l\ _[_JM Semester Calendar may change to 14 weeks .pg. 2 Donald Kaul featured during spring semester. pg. 5 Comment on "Comparable Worth" pg. 6 Spring Break getaways pg- 9 Lady Cubs capture tourney pg. H

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