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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Diane Sawyor...CIass of 1963 "It's wonderful... I only wish it happened while I was a student there. My days as a Behrend cheerleader are my most happy memories. I commend the administration for its brave stand... This is a glorious day in the history of Behrend Collcge-Ooops- I mean Behrend University!" u _i m " c e On a recent trip to Washington D.C., we had the good fortune to catch up with some Behrend alumni. We asked them what they thought about Behrend's possible break-away from the Penn State system. Here are their reactions. See MORE, pg. 5 Malcolm Forbs, Jr...Class of 1950 "When I rccieved a call from Brice Jordan, explaining the Behrend secession, I was shocked—dumbfounded is a better word. It's ridiculous, she'll never survive. I am categorically, theoretically and morally opposed to the idea!" Sam Donaldsen...Class of 1963 "...It's horrendous...what about the students there now? Will they be Penn State or Behrend? I agree Behrend is a good college, I enjoyed my ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

TOP OF THE HILL by Marlynn Tomlin Contributing Writer Why do you need to take English 015 or Math 005 this semester? Why can't you get an exemption from the school so you don't have to take.Physical Education? These questions can be answered by some of the staff here at Behrend, and some times you end up running from office to office. By coming to meet the "non-traditional" students that make up the membership of TOTH you can, most generally, get first hand, personal experiences to tell you what others have gone through so you can make value judgements with a variety of information. What post-high-school students need is not always what is needed by older students. We all need to know how to get what we need to be the best students we can be, even if we are aged between 23-50+. The big adjustment of trying to return to the school environment needs all the help from any source able to help. Come to our meeting and find out what I mean. We can be supportive or find support for t...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Easter Egg Fun The Easter Bunny will scatter Penn State-Behrend's practice soccer field with seasonal goodies to set the scene for a fun-filled Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 2. The ravenous race begins at 10 a.m. In case of rain, the hunt will be held in the Wintergrecn Cafe. There are four age groups: 0-2; / 3-4; 5-8; and 9-12. Sorry, faculty i and staffers are too old to join in the scramble. Two prizes, courtesy of / Mac's Toy World, per category. / Sponsors for the event include: / the Veterans Club, the Office /^ of Minority Recruitment _and /_%^\. Student Programs, and, of <£?£f_3 course, the Easter Bunny, _£ 37/>y _y who'll be there in person _HJt_^^ to egg on participants. _uTBQj_^_jj For more information, ><t2isn call 6335. _ The Collegian would like to apologize for any misunderstanding regarding the Collegian Classified signed D.B. There was no such required informational meeting for Communications or any other majors. The Collegian assum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Food Services / Behrend - look foward to arrival of Julia Child. Dobbins hall is buzzing at the expected arrival of Julia Child. Sources say Child, a world renowned gourmet chef was hired for the new chef/nutritionist position. The University of Behrend was able to attain Child because of her great admiration for the school. "Ever since Behrend seceded from Penn State, I've been dying to get in." In expectation of her arrival, the staff at Dobbins has been reading her cookbooks in an attmept to acclimate themselves to her cooking techniques. Child is expected to start April 1st and is "thrilled to cook." We'll all be looking foward to her satisfying creations. See: MORE page 5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

The Cover of the 1988 Tempus. Due out in late April. GOODMAN...,.confd "jettison their family lives." While Ellen Goodman does frequently deal with national politics in her column, it was not a primary topic in her lecture. Observers often point out that her focus is part of what makes her unique as a columnist. Whereas most syndicated columnists deal mainly with current news events and political issues, Goodman is not afraid to dive headfirst into social issues that few others dare to tackle. "Sometimes I write what I call social work columns....thc kind of thing I write about because it needs written and nobody else is going to do it," said Goodman. • Though Ellen Goodman dealt mostly with the changes that women have realized, she is not at all unsympathetic to the problems of the modern male. "The expectations have risen for men as well,'" she noted, pointing out that today's man is expected to be strong, but not silent, sensitive and, "able to leap tall emotional buildings i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Can you identify this campus sweetheart who turns 30 on Easter Sunday?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Baseball Lion's Home Schedule April 2 - lpm Malone April 5 - lpm Mercy hurst April 7 - lpm Allegheny April 9 - lpm Fredonia April 10 - lpm R.I.T. April 17 - lpm Pitt-Bradford April 20 - lpm. Case Western April 26 - lpm Edinboro Softball Lady Lions Home Schedule April 4 - 2pm Buffalo State April 7 - 2pm Pitt-Bradford April 12 - 2pm Edinboro April 14 - 3pm Gannon April 21 - 3pm Westiminster April 26 - 3pm Mercyhurst April 28 - 2pm Grove City April 30 - lpm R.I.T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

A Behrend photo feature; For all those students who claim' There f s nothing to do.'' Jerri Elias, RN , and Behrend student Kurt Sinning both contribute to a Successful blood drive. Debate Photo by Michelle Schnieder-all other photos by Marybeth Zawistoski. Beth Buck and Damon Gray square off in the SGA debates. Coach Mike Bari offers words of wisdom to the Behrend Lions Baseball team - . Harald Mootz and Chip Strait join fellow Penn Stater Barb Stater Luddy in a march protesting discrimination at University Park. Maria Savoldi and Jay Bannick boozie down at last Friday's Spring Dinner Dance sponsored by SGA Israeli Consdulate General David Ben-Dov discusses the historical _significance of his country's roll in the Middle East with students at the reception prior to his speech.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

sports Staff Members Pose For Sports Illustrated Former Collegian Editor Steve Alter and current Collegian Sports Editor David Bruce have reportedly been selected to model in Sports Illustrated's first annual male swimsuit issue, due on newstands on April 1. Bruce, a senior at Penn- State Behrend, said "I was humbled by the choice, I have prepared myself for years just hoping for a chance like this, but I never thought that it would come true." ; " The trip to Morocco (for the photo shoot) was fabulous, and some of the outfits were outrageous," said Aller, a really think that the women arc going to love it." Both Allcr and Bruce believe that this experience has changed their lives forever. " I have gotten over 200 calls from women at Behrend who want to go out with me," said Aller," I just can't keep up, I need sleep." " My life has" changed, mostly for the good," said Bruce," but I get the feeling that I have become a sex object, and that dissapoints me because I want the wom...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

The Mets In Five By David Bruce Collegian Sports Editor A.L. EAST New York- The Yankees were perhaps Lhe busiest team this winter. They aquired Rafael Santana, Don Slaught, Jose Cruz, John Candclaria, Lee Guctterman and Jack Clark. If these players perform well, especially the pitchers, they will win the East, just like Mattingly has predicted. Boston- They made the biggest single move, trading Calvin Schlraldi and Al Nipper to the Cubs for Lee Smith. This move will likely solve the Red Sox's major problem; late-inning losses and they will challenge the Yankees down to the wire. Toronto- Their only new arrival is veteran hurler Mike Flanagan from Baltimore. Most of the talk has centered on a possible trade of M.V.P. George Bell, who is unhappy about his new position-D.H. Also, the downhill slide of former ace Dave Stieb doesn't help. Detroit- Light hitting Gary Pcttis and journeyman Ray Knight are the newest Tigers, and both of them could be on the bench by May. The loss of ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

On To Kansas City very high, but many thought they would be the "dark horse" of the Southeast Region. The second round provided another upset when number six seed Villinova beat number three seeded Illinois, 81 - 72. The third round saw Villinava winning another shocker when they defeated number two seed Kentucky, 80 - 74. Villinova senior Mark Plansky played exceptionally well and Rex Chapman of Kentucky was effectively controlled. Villinova's underdog run at the Final Four was finally stopped by number one seeded Oklahoma. The Sooncrs' run and gun offense was too much for Villinova as they fell 79 - 59. In the East, the first upset came in the first round when defending national champion Indiana lost to number thirteen seeded Richmond. Richmond then pulled off another upset in the second round by defeating fifth seeded Georgia Tech, 59 - 55. In the same round, Rhode Island shocked number three seeded Syracuse. The by Jack Grow Collegian Sports Writer The 1988 NCAA Men's Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

How Dare We Stir Fans Emotions With Facts. Editor's Note The following is an article by "The Sporting News" columnist Art Spander. The Collegian Sports Editors decided to print this article because it clearly defines the purpose of a sports journalist. This purpose, of course is to tell ihe facts no matter who gets hurt. We, the editors, hope this brilliant bit of journalism clears up any misconceptions you may have had about what gets printed and why we print it. Olympic gold medal in women s figure skating. She was competing not only for herself, but, according to the guys, trying to sell automobiles and soup on the tube, for the good old USA. In " the fantasyland of Hollywood, Thomas would have achieved perfection, and the country would have gone to sleep that night dreaming of how she kept the world safe from communism and lascivious East Germans. But Thomas stumbled early on. Our "oohs" changed to "args." The gold changed not to silver, but to bronze. So? So nothing. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

INTRAMURALS By Ray Van Dusen Collegian Staff Writer Intramurals Director Bob Peck has high hopes for the rest of the intramural season. He has the sports and events planned _andjeady to go. A host of different sports events will be held including; tennis, badminton and fast-pitch Softball. A lot of emphasis will be placed on these three events, hopefully showing some great competition. Mr. Peck hopes to have a lot of public participation in these events. Participation has been moderately high thus far and this trend continued with volleyball. "I feel participation is going real well, I had forty-five volleyball teams," said Peck, "that's about four hundred people." Ending out the semester, ultimate frisbee and a ping-pong tournament are being planned, exact dates have not been set. All of the sports except co-ed volleyball and mixed doubles in tennis will be separate men's and women's teams.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

World Series- New York in five.,.. .. Al. Cy Young- Teddy Higuera AJL. M.V.P.- Don Mattingly N.L..M.V.P.- Tim Raines NJL Cy Youn S- Mike Scott

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Brothers of the Court Three to Panthers by David Bruce Collegian Sports Editor Only the most avid reader of the NCAA News realizes that Penn State-Behrend has had a basketball player ranked nationally in rebounding during the past two seasons. Or that these two players are related. But this is the case with the Gomiak brothers, Randy and Gene. Although they may not be as nationally recognized as Jerome Lane, a famous rebounder who played for the Univ. of Pittsburgh, they have become local celebrities, especially on campus. Randy's height, 6'8", makes him easily identifiable and his affable personality almost causes you to forget that he is not just another undergraduate student. It is Gene's strength, not his height, that you notice first, while Randy's lean, lanky body is perfect for his acrobatic basketball moves, Gene's body is better suited for the rougher areas of the game, such as pushing opposing players away from the basket. As a senior during the 1986-87 season,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Athetes of the Week Dan Froehlich photo by _Thgng Tron by Rick Cain Collegian Sports Editor Congratulations to this issues Athletes of the Week, Dan Froehlich and Steve Davido. Lion's first baseman Dan Froehlich performed superbly in back to back double-headers this week. On Sunday, against California, Dan went four for seven at the plate with two doubles and two RBI's. On Monday, against Thiel, Dan was four for six with two runs scored and two RBI's. Dan also racked up 24 put outs and an assist in the four games. Steve Davido was the starting pitcher in the second game against Thiel and went the distance. His control was excellent scattering seven hits in seven innings while walking none and striking out two. His performance " enabled the Lions to obtain their first victory of the year by the score of three to one. Both Dan and Steve will receive dinner for two at Barbato's in recognition of their performances. Steve Davido photo by Rick Cain

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Lions 1 - 3 After Opening Games by Rick Cain Collegian Sports Editor After three days of cancelations due to weather, the Behrend " Lions of Baseball" opened the regular season Sunday, March 27, with a double-header at California. Braving bitter cold, and at one point even snow, the Lions were all but shut out of the first game, seven to one. Their only run came in the fourth inning. Catcher Bob Druschcl led off the inning with a single and moved to second when designated hitter Shawn Selby drew a walk. Druschel then moved to third after a six - four - three double play and scored on an throwing error by the catcher. The second game saw an amazing 28 runs cross the plate. Unfortunately only nine of them belonged to the Lions. Center fielder Tein-PartHdge-had four-tots-in-4our- trys-(one-a long-triple to center), scoring three runs and knocking in : anoiher. First baseman Dan Froehlich added three hits (two of them doubles) and two RBI's in the losing cause. The next day, the L...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

by. Ray Van Dusen Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Lion's Club volleyball team held their own version of the Penn-State -vs- Pitt game. As fans began to fill Erie Hall, the Lions waited for the arrival of their opponents. Just three minutes before forfeiting the first game (and possibly the whole match), Pittsburgh arrived at the gym. Lion Spikers Drop The crowd seemed anxious as the two teams took the floor. Pitt got on the board first as they made a run of six unanswered points, but Behrend soon countered with two of its own. It then became a back and forth, slug-out brawl at the net, with both teams showing their spiking and blocking power up front. The Lion's held their own, going point for point all the way until the end, but coming up short as Pitt took the first game 15-8. As the second game started, Behrend looked like Nittany lions stalking their prey. Pittsburgh served two points, but Behrend immediately bounced back taking Pitt for two of their own. Pitt countered...

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