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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

If you have good organizational and communicationa! skills and an outgoing personality, you can earn over $200 per week for 8 hours of work by hosting local trivia contest. No investment necessary. 899-57O3

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Donald Kaul Grandad would have found a kindred spirit in McEnroe My mother always taught me to feel sorry for those less fortunate than myself. "If it doesn't cost anything, and you never know Who's Watching," she would say. In that spirit, I feel sorry for John McEnroe, the tennis player. A1 first glance you would think that McEnroe was one of those people who has it made. He makes a zillion dollars a year for running around in his underwear and screaming at helpless linepersons. He's engaged to Tatum O'Neal who, even for a movie star, is a fox. He's about to become a father. He lives in Johnny Carson's old place in Malibu and hangs around with the rich and famous. He is healthy. What more could a man want? Peace. McEnroe has always attracted a certain amount of attention because of the on-court imitations of the south end of a horse headed north. In the past year, however, since he has taken up with Ms. O'Neal, the attention has increased geometrically. He has made the j...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Reader opinion: Student responds to evangelist on campus Dear Editor, Brother Jed Smock is a highly opinionated, charismatic speaker who came to our campus to get attention and excite us. One way he effectively accomplished this was by posing insulting, off the wall arguments. All the arguments stated were based on opinion and belief—not fact: He even went so far as to contradict himself numerous times just for the sake of argument. The other tool Brother Smock used was to center his arguments around people who were loud and angered. He payed little attention to calmer, more rational rebutals. I believe Brother Smock's credability is highly questionable and that becoming infuriated by his comments is ridiculous. The whole event reminded me of a show presented by a traveling medecine man from the old West selling a cure-all drug. The man was very entertaining. Many questions arose as to whether events such as this should be allowed on campus. To examine this issue, three area...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Numerous acting debuts in 'The Children's Hour' by Julie Karasinski Collegian Contributing Writer •Coming to Behrend's Studio Theatre in April is "The Children's Hour", a play by Lillian Hellman. The story takes place at the Wright-Dobie School for girls in the early 1930's. A student named Mary tells a lie to get her own way and stands by and watches as it destroys innocent people's lives. The story is mainly about lies and how they can grow and affect things. When the play first came out in 1934 it was very controversial, and there weren't many ac¬ tresses that were willing to play the lead roles. But some were found and the play came close to winning the Pulitzer prize. "It's high drama and very entertaining...a very sad play both to watch and to act in," said Tony Elliot, Behrend's Studio Theatre director. Some of Hellman's other works include "Little Foxes", "Watch on the Rhine", and "Toys in the the Attic". Although auditions were open to all of Erie, most of the parts...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Screen Talk: by Matthew Sullivan Collegian Staff Writer As Academy Award time draws near, JErie film goers have been presented with a rare viewing opportunity. It is not often that a low budget, independently produced film finds its way into .the theaters of northwest Pensylvania, but "Kiss of the Spider Woman" has done just that. Now before you start to laugh, let me explain that the title is very deceiving. This is not a 'big bug' movie. In -fact, there is nary a arachnid to be found. What the film does have is an excellent cast, taut direction and an intelligent, crisply written script. The story concerns two inmates at a South American prison, one a battered, socially outraged political activist, the other a misunderstood, socially outcast homosexual. Most of the film takes place in their shared prison cell and it is here that the director explores the nearly polar differences that are possible between members of the same race. As the homosexual convicted of corrupting a...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

_Clairseach brings mystical music from Ireland It was his first time in Ireland_, and he wrote of what impressed him the most during his visit: "Ii not a little exhilarates dejected minds; it clears the clouded countenance, and removes superciliousness and austerity." A cross-roads dance? Guinness Stout? A day at the races? Good guesses, but what Geraldus Cambresus was referring to on his 12th century visit to Ireland was the clairseach. Clairseach (pronounced klarshuk) is the Irish work for the ancient wire-strung harp that was eminent in Ireland from premedieval times to the ISth century. Early harps were said to possess the ability to make the listener laugh, cry, or sleep in accordance with the will of the harper. From the earliest times, harpers enjoyed great privilege and position in a society that awarded and respected all highly trained, skilled professionals. And harpers were plentiful _^ being found in every major clan. Songs, poetry, literature, art, coins, state ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

WBCR continues to undergo format changes by Jack Horner Collegian Feature Editor The next time you're rolling your radio dial back and forth between your favorite FM stations, do yourself a favor and switch to the AM band. Tune into WBCR and listen. If you don't recognize what's bouncing through your auditory canal, it's simply because WBCR has never sounded so good. In the past, WBCR and its members have been regarded as 'irresponsible' and 'not being organized'. These opinions have been substantiated by unbalanced music, inconsistant D.J.'s and overall haphazardness of their programming. Lack of guidance and organization was running the station in circles with no signs of improvement. But that period of instability is over, and WBCR is starting to look, act and sound like a sincere radio station. A driving force behind the :hanges is Christina Christiansen from Edinboro. Christiansen wants to dismiss the idea of WBCR as a club. "It's not a club. It's a radio station, and t...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Four ROTC Seniors highlighted by Thomas Milley Collegian Staff Writer On May 17, five seniors wil] receive the "gold bars" which signify the rank of a Second Lieutenant in the US Army. Along with the rank, they will receive commissions, signed by the president granting them their positions in their desired branch of the army. Senior, Cadet Company Commander Michell-Doree Miller will receive a Regular Army Commission which will allow her to receive the full base pay of a second lieutenant from the day she is commissioned. After receiving her commission, Michellwill be going to the Aviation Officer Basic Course at Ft. Rucker, Alabama where she will learn to fly the Army's various Rotorwing Aircrafts and command troops of helicopter pilots. Senior Cadet Jon Heidt will receive an Active Duty Commission. Jon plans to graduate in December, after which he will attend the Infantry Officer Basic Course at Ft. Benning, Georgia and, he hopes, US Army Ranger School, also at Ft. Benning....

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Women Today contest answers Women Today is pleased to announce the winner of the Women's History Quiz. Steve Gerlock has won the $25 prize. The prize will be presented during the talk by Erie County Executive Judy Lynch on Wed. March 19 at 7:00 p.m. in the Reed Lecture Hall. Congratulations Steve! The answers to the quiz are as follows: 1. c Ellie Smeal is NOW's president. 2. b Elizabeth Cady Stanton was the first woman to run for Congress. 3. c lsak Dinesen was the pen name of Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa. 4. b The U.S.S.R. granted women's right to vote in 1917. 5. c The U.S. granted women's suffrage in 1920. 6. b The indian.queen's name was Gegosasa. 7. c Sojourner Truth was one of the most eloquent anti-slavery speakers. (There is a statue of her in the Memorial Room in the Administration Building.) 8. b Women Today is Behrend's women's group. 9. c Seneca Falls, NY is the home of the Women's History Hall of Fame. 10. d All the answers are true. Maya Angelou wro...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

MOVIE SURVEY In an attempt to present ai • movie series that is desirable to I I the student body of BehrendB I College, The Student Pro-1 Igramming Council requests 8 I your input regarding the types I I of films that you would like I ¦shown on campus. Please into consideration the fact that| |we must work with a I budget, therefore, first-run { jmovies are not always feasible. I They must sometimes be comgbined with older movies. I Please check one or more j the following film categories I listed below and return the in-| I formation to the RUB desk or .Student Affairs office by Mon- _g .day, March 31. • ? Drama 0 I ? Romance I ? Action g ? Sports g I ? Musical g I n Classic g ? Adventure I ? Cultural . ? Cartoon > . ? Foreign . . ? Educational . : ? Comedy , ! ? Other Please list some titles of g • movies that you would like to g .see. g U---------- _J

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Air Band Returns Prepare Yourselves! The Air Band Contest returns on April 3, 1986. Get your lip-syncing friends together and sign up by March 27 at the RUB desk. You could be the winners of big prizes and indescribable fame! The enterance fee is $5.00 per band with cash prizes of $10.00, $25.00 and $50.00. Sign up today!

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Police sponsor benefit The Erie County Fraternal the Pennsylvania State Police. Order of Police will sponsor a The second game will be between Donkey Basketball game at Iro- the Erie County Police Officers quois High School beginning at and local radio and television 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 6. All personalities _, proceeds from the event will be given to the Erie County Crippled The cost of the tickets are S2._00 Children's Society. for adults, if purchased in ad-There will be two games played, vance, or $3.00 at the door and The first will be between the Iro- $2.00 for all students. Tickets will quois High School Teachers and be available at the RUB desk. KQuI continues from page 5 "They fired you, didn't they?" "Why do you keep saying that?" "I told you you should be a little nicer to the foreman. It wouldn't have broken your face if you'd have laughed at his dumb jokes once in awhile. Well, if they fired you, they fired you; what can we do? I'll get a second job, that sh...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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