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February 10
College Cancels
Winter Weekend
By Mary Jo Allen
Winter Weekend, the three day I "We ended up with* a? pro-
weekend scheduled for February blem," Dean Palmer said. 9 As a
10, 11 and 12 to allow students a result we had to get the time in
break in an otherwise solid ten- because we were going to lose con-
week term, has been cancelled ac- tact minutes." ~~
cording to Academic Dean David Contact minutes are the total
D. Palmer. * t \ amount of time? af teacher and
The problem* was approached class are together. The state re-
last: November when read- quires a minimum standard for a
justments were considered on the program to be academically
handling of a few problems due to sound. When the classes were
the acquisition of St. Mark's. shortened, Mercyhurst went
\Dean Palmer»explains, "Since below this requirement. .
the beginnings of September we ^ "We needed that particular day
have had to deal with the reality (February 10) in order to keep our
f "Crazy Dave" Armstrong and other enthusiastic students
schedule," Palmer explained. . $ over Cheyney State. <g£m * ^$JK3friSBSsagafe •, ^y; S&feteta cheer the LAKER basketball team to victory
of St. Mark's. St. Mark's is a lot #4ut
of positive things but it is a distant When it was found that an extra
place." I day was needed,"Palmer decided sufficient (contact) minutes. I ap- more |public," admits! Dean rod, vice-president of SAC.
Due to this distance, extra time to cancel the break rather than proved what he did, and respect Palmer. £ M &$ J Both Palmer and|Garvey are
was J needed between classes!to lengthening the term, according to his decision," Garvey said. I The Students Activities sorry the jfree day t had to be
allow students? ample time 'to Sr. Marcia McDonald, Assistant 5 The Winter Weekend did not Chairperson was notified, accor- cancelled. *"We really had Jno
reach the Grandview Boulevard to the Dean, j w appears in the Winter* term* ding to the Dcan.'HJnfortunatelyy choice,-f*rPalmer said,~ but- the
center. W • . The final decision was made in schedule, and this is where many their calendar of events went to state requirements have? to be
It was decided that IS minutes December, by Dean Palmer to learned of the cancellation. ? print' before they heard of the adhered to in order for the college
was needed between classes. L 3 cancel the three day weekend,p^ "I probably should have been change, according to James Sher- to be academically sound.
This time adjustment a made it Dr. William P. Garvey, Presi-
necessary ; to cut classes which dent of the College, supports the
meet on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday to 80 minute periods.
decision. "It is the dean's respon-
sibility to be sure the college has Mercyhurst Invited To
United Nations Conference
1982-1983 Yearbook g p y Jack Holland an Reduction, Chemical and Political'Relations, U.S. State
The. Mercyhurst Student Biological weapons, Conven- Department, and U.S. Con-

Still Not On Campus


Recently, The Merciad some of the final pages in June,
Government delegation is busily tional weapons, and Peaceful gressman Louis C. Stokes:
finalizing* preparations for?the uses of Outer Space. &
upcoming Cleveland ^National
Chairperson of the House Ethics
The conference will * feature Committee. SSJ **§•
Model United Nations* Con- three highly acclaimed experts in
discovered that the 1982-83 Year- and the remainder in * July, but ference set ffbr January 25 international relations to speak Robinson feels that the Mer-
book which was scheduledjto be Chaffee never received them. through the 29,? at Cleveland on issues of immediate world- cyhurst delegation will make a
distributed during the fall term Chaffee apparently attempted State University. § "fine showing" at the Model
this year will be delayed due to a to contact Buzzard after failing to wide concern, according» to United Nations Conference. He
number of mishaps in the recieve the copies, but was not Dave Robinson, president of Robinson. The speakers include concluded by saying, "the
transportation of the book to the able to get in touch with her until MSG, joins *Pat Reud, Young-Tsien Chin: Counselor, d e l e g a t e s r e p r e s e n t i n g
printers. % Jfc September. He suggested to Buz- sophomore History major, and Permanent Mission of the Peo- Guatemala are prepared and feel
Brooke Buzzard, yearbook zard, that since the pages were not freshmen Dennis Dunn and ple's Republic of China to the confident in successfully defen-
editor, explained that she and a sent through registered mail, that Judy Brown, both English ma- United Nations, Alexander R. ding : the political views •• of
local Herff-Jones, Inc. represen- they place a post office tracer on jors with a Political Science Vershbow: Officer of Soviet Guatemala in the upcoming
tative, Tom Chaffee, will be both packages. minor in the forum to represent Union Affairs 5 in Multi-lateral 'forum." *
working together over the next Nonetheless, the packages were Guatemala. >f
few weeks to put together a new not found, and now, the only way :• Robinson I and Reed Iwill be
proof copy for the printers. a new book can be completed is by working together on ;the
Political and Security Commit-
Last year, the May 2, 72-page making new prints from the tee and Brown will sit in on the
deadline was met with only a total negatives, and using the final Committee on Disarmament.
of 62 pages. Then, both the June "dummy book."
6, 48-page deadline and the June However, another delay was The Political and Security
22, 32-page deadlines were caused when the "dummy book" Committee is responsible for ad- •
*: missed. 1 | and the negatives were in Florida dressing issues such as the- con-
Buzzard said that she mailed until January 17. Buzzard had flict in Central America, the
placed them in the trunk of her Middle East Question, the situa-
car, which she subsequently sold. tion in Southeast Asia, and In-
Since the new owner traveled ex- ternational Terrorism. The
tensively .^he was not located until Social, Humanitarian, and
January 9, at which time he sent Cultural Committee considers
the packages to Buzzard. * such problem areas as the Inter-
No specific date has yet been set national Refugee Crisis, Apar-
for the delivery J of the book, thied and Racial Discrimnation,
which was the last of its kind at the Death Penalty, and New In-
Mercyhurst due to the discon- formation Order. The Commit-
tinued funding' from Mercyhurst tee on Disarmament concerns Guatemala Delegation: Dennis Dunn, Judy Brown and Dave Robin
student government. T itself with Nuclear Arms Freeze son. Pat Reed was absent when the photo was taken.
From the
Editor^ Desk

Winter Weekend
A Lesson To Be Learned
The decision by the college to hold classes on ? the Friday,
February 10, originally scheduled as a day off; for Winter
Weekend has caused upheaval with many students and person-
nel at Mercyhurst. !
The Academic Calendar for 1983-84 was prepared .by 1 the
Dean, Dr. David D. Palmer on January! 11, 1982. On the
scheuule,* the college community was granted "Winter
Weekend," scheduled for February 10 through the Jl2. After
reviewing the calendar, it was decided by the administration to THE MERCIAD welcomes the
have class on Friday, February 10, for the following reasons: expressions of its readers in
7 The problem with the calendar arose when 15 minutes had to 'Your Opinion.'" I All letters
be alotted between classes jfbecause of the aquisition of St. must be signed and should con-
Mark's. In past years, 10 minutes had been alotted between tain an address or telephone
number to be used for verifica-
classes. But, this year 5 minutes was added on between class time tion purposes only. Contribu-
to allow the college community to travel the further distance to Letter tions will? be edited for gram-
St. Mark's Center. $: \ i i | ' | matical or spelling errors.
The academic dean explained that this change made fewer
class slot times available when* the time is added. One of the
dean's main concerns is "contact minutes." A minimum of
Col lege .Support^! ^Letters must be submitted
by noon on Tuesdays

System J Recog n feed


preceding p u b l i c a t i o n . ^
2,250 contact minutes must exist for a 3 credit course. So, if the
college community received the Friday in question as a day off,
the adequate time required would not be fulfilled, i ;
A problem is also created because there is "a need to stop Dear Editor, f * ^ next to the cafeteria) by identify- available at * the Campus Center.
classes after 3 p.m.," due to student jobs, and meetings that I The 'Hurst - Gannon basketball ing yourself as a student, faculty, Thank you for your tremendous
game will be held in the Campus or staff member. We will have a support during the Cheyney State
need to be'iheld,according to Dean Palmer. * If class time is table set up for this purpose game. It was certainly ap-
reduced, contact minutes are lessened as well. Center on Saturday, February 4 at
8 p.m. For this game only, beginning Monday, January 30 preciated. We will need that same
Thus, if the community would have received the Friday off, everyone must present I a game through Friday, February 3 from type of support for these till
the Winter Term contact minutes would have been below the ticket in order to be-admitted. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Additional ing games.
level required by 75 minutes. I.D, cards or season passes or any tickets to be purchased will be The Athletic Department.
With this reasoning in mind, it is perfectly understandable other type of admittance card will
why students and faculty* must attendj classes on Friday, not be honored. You can pick up
February 10. { \*?r . |,
But, considering that the Academic Calendar for this year was
prepared January $11, 1982, this error t concerning contact
this special game complimentary
ticket in the Eg an Lounge (room Campus Ministry
minutes in the classroom should have been corrected before the
community received the calendar. After all, the aquisition of St.
Mark's took place last year during Spring Term and the problem
Cites Correction
Dear Editor, Ministry car twice 'a day each
should have been forseen by the administration. A new calendar
should have been developed immediately removing! Winter 'Crazypave' First of all I want to "thank week day."We are making g<
Naomi Romanchok for her article progress toward reaching that
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Weekend.
Secondly, after reviewing the Winter Term Class Schedule for
1984, which appeared on November 7, 1983, a discrepancy ex-
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Appreciated on Campus Ministry's activities in goal; so far we are going seven
last week's Merciad. I appreciate times a week, I would like to en-
her reporting and also appreciate courage even more students to
ists. Winter Weekend as written on all other academic calendars Dear Editor: A her own volunteering at the Em- take advantage of the opportuni-
did not appear in the Winter Term Class Schedule. If the college In all the years that I have been maus Soup Kitchen. There is one ty.-We are visiting Convalescent*
attending Mercyhurst basketball observation that I would like to homes Monday through Friday,
knew that the weekend was going to be cancelled at this time, make. I was quoted as saying the I morning and afternoon. Thank
(and this fact had to be known even earlier considering that the games I have never seen anyone
with the ability to excite a crowd would like^to fill two cars with you for printing this letter.
Winter Term schedule had to be sent for printing and copy mak- volunteers twice a week to go to Sincerely, * *?t
as "Crazy Dave". His perfor-
ing procedures) why wasn't the college community notified by mance at Saturday's game against the Convalescent homes. Actual- Marie Martone
memos, told during registration, or through The Merciad at this Cheyney State was, to say the ly, I would like to fill our Campus Campus Ministry
time in late October or early November? least superb! f
Third, the decision to hold classes son the day orginally I have no idea where Mr. Arm-
scheduled off has caused problems for those students, faculty, strong came across his famous
and college members who had made plans after seeing that headdress but is * should be Join the first class
Winter Weekend existed on the Academic Calendar. But, as preserved and passed on to a suc-
there are two sides to every story - some people were totally cessor after his graduation. Mr.
unaware that February 10 was to be a day off, and don't really Armstrong's display of spirit and
staff.
I care anyway. enthusiasm is truly inspiring and a Meetings are held on
The administration needs to recognize its mistake. The college real treat for basketball fans. I Wednesday at 3 P.M. in the
Let's hope we can keep our win-
is just asking for the criticism that has been received concerning ning streak going. If we don't no
Winter Weekend. After all, this summer the college could have one can blame lit on "Crazy
basement of Baldwin Hall in
changed offering Winter Weekend with Friday as a day off. Dave". M The Merciad office.
A lesson is to be learned: it's easier to accept cancelling classes
rather than be given a day off and then have it taken away.
Sincerely,
Michael A. Diaco to uncover the facts!
THE MERCIAD
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Inquiring Reporter
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"What do you think
about winter weekend
being cancelled, and
does it 1affect any j Mary Beth Walsh
J.Paul Edwards

plans you already had "I saw the weekend off on the
calendar in September and made
"I was on the Academic
Policies Committee when it was
enacted to have a Winter

made? » James Sherrod plans to interview for jobs in New


York City. I ieven made plane
"I was looking foreward to get- reservations and planned on being
ting out of Erie for ajfew days, there three days, because I can't
Weekend. I have no qualms about
it being cancelled; it was abused.
I'm just happy to see it go.
Students would leave early and
and now I can't." interview on weekends J Now Vm not return until uhe next
going to have to skip classes." week...it's not acceptable

There's No Place Like Home academically." %

(But Good Luck (Getting There)


£ By Dave Alexander that anyone is happy to see Erie's The next day was great because
It all started on December 23 bus station.) the thought of rescue Sillied our

and ended on December 26. It is p_ Well to make a long story short, minds. It had stopped snowing,
something that Til never forget (it Erie's Hilton is not a great place the winds {were calming, and my
would be nice if I could) for a very to spend one's Christmas. I got dad's godson was coming to pick
long time. It made me cherish a sick that morning, my sister cried, us up.
few things that I take for granted: and my dad slept, but we
a hug from your mother, opening survived. To kill vsome time| that day I
up Christmas presents on decided to play some video games
Christmas day and a clean set of there in the hotel. ^However, the
clothes (underwear in particular). video games are in the bar at the Darlene Nolan Lauran Wirant
The "it that I am referring to is Hilton and I'm only 20. Well, 5"I think it's unfair because the "I think it's wrong that it was
when I got stranded tin two cities after explajning^to thejnanager Academic Calendar is made-up cancelled. r Qnce^anm Academic
over Christmas. that ltdidn't want to drink, and far enough in advance for them to Calendar is drawn tip, t h e a a-
I left to pick up my sister, who that he had a close personal rela- forsee problems*The Academic ministration should not cancel it.
was flying in from Nebraska, at tionship with his .mother, he let Calendar doesn't change when we I was thinking of going home, and
Cleveland Hopkin's airport on the me play one (and only one) game. have to pay our bill." now I can't."
23rd. My dad and I were driving W At 6:00 that night I was finally
along merrily when we started to rescued, and reunited with my The "Op-Ed" page Is designed to be a catch-all for
get a "little" car trouble. I knew bed, a fresh set of clothes and a any opinion content that did not make the editorial
that we were in "big" trouble hug and kiss from my mother (not page. It can also be the page representing a variety
when the car stopped dead in the necessarily in that order). *$> of viewpoints other than those of the newspaper's
road, going up a hill, and a Mack editors and staff. & fci *
truck was right behind us. The car Is there a moral to this story?
finally had a severe coughing spell Sure! If your sister flies home for
and died. i .* Christmas, |make sure that you CLIP AND SAVE
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had to stop in Erie first. (No pro- Staff Box
blem). The bus was an hour and a Editor
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half late leaving Cleveland, but we
were finally on our way.
It wasn't snowing there, so
Assistant Editor
Human Resources
News Editor
Martha J. Camp
Fran Moavero
Karen Merkle
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However, fate and the weather- Sports Editor Greg Yoko


man had crossed me, (Joey Photo Editor Rich Forsgren
Stevens where are you when I Copy Editor * § Grace Rlcci
need you?) and we were soon driv-
ing in a blizzard. It took the bus
Business Manager.
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Jack Holland
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prayed for a about fan hour on
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my mind.
Reporters: Darlene Nolan, Amy Woodworth, Chuck Straub, Brent I •

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I must compliment the bus
driver on the way he handled the
situation. He only stopped the bus
Naomi Romanchok, Lisa Riforgiato, Jack Holland, Judy
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Typists: Rena Zicarelli, Jacqueline Perez, Lauran Wirant
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i Sunday: 11 a.m. • 10:30 p.m.
ramp to get from 1-90 to 1-79. I
was very relieved to get to Erie's
bus station. (It's hard to believe
Erie, Pennsylvania 16546. HiefcWrcladoffice Is located In the basement of Baldwin
Dormitory, Phone 8254)376. Th« lUrciad is printed by Brown-Thompson newspapers in
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THE MERCIAD
Film Review

Winter Wonderland Yentl': Streisand Proves t

Women Not Inferior To Men •jw>

By Laura Ruby f School of study. As the storyline bra Streisand. All beautifully
"In a time where the world of continues, Yentl learns not only written,'the songs were able to
study only belonged to men, there those things ''written." but also communicate more of the inner
lived a girl called YENTL." £• ' realistics that most films can't get
jYENTL, an MGM/VA Pro- to in two hours.
duction, stars Barbra Streisand, The film encompasses the
Mandy Patinkin, and Amy Irving. whole idea of women being ^in-
The film was directed and produc- ferior to men. In the film, it was
ed by Barbra Streisand and the understood that not only women
music by Michel Legrand.* weren't allowed to learn, but men
The film YENTL takes place in felt they couldn't. That is, they
a Jewish State in Eastern Europe, were intellectually unable to com-
1904. At this time, only men could prehend. Yentl becomes a
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learn . Women were forbidden to breakthrough. While she learns,
study and could only read picture she understands, which is the first
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books or novel-type books. For step in bringing about change.
them to learn would be considered This is well depicted in the film.
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demonic. Women were around to Because of Yentl's determination,
marry, bear children (preferably about life. As stated in the film, she is able to transform some of
sons), and take care of the men. her learning becomes only a the traditional thought.
This may seem a little harsh, but means to the end. The: film (-was, in many ways,
most -women accepted it - most Yentl's study partner Avigdor humorous. But the overall theme
women except Yentl (Barbra (Mandy Patinkin) plays a key role was serious. Attempting to fight
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Streisand). in .tithe film. From him, Yentl tradition ;and the existing border
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with her father, Yentl became sitivity in her thoughts, but also
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the possibility of not being able to in life.| ing a scholar, she also proved
continue studying. For her there
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As a whole, the film was ?well
College Entrance - The Mercyhurst campus takes on an almost seemed but one solution: Because written and = well paced. Along much to be learned without open-
magical quality beneath the shimmering lights, under a only men could study, she would with dialogue, Yentl's feelings ing a single book. This is what set
blanket of snow. m become one - or simply pretend to were well expressed with music in Yentl free- her. dream-i h
b * o n e . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^M the film, songs performed by Bar- "STriiggle- her reiease^^^
From thjs point on, Yentl hides BS9SW!
her true sexual identity and gets
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Mary Karen Martin have in com- simply tone up,I aerobics is a
mon? You guessed it - perfect way to do so, "It's a fun
AEROBICS!! And what better and energetic way to get every January 25
way to keep in shape? m part of your body-lmoving,"fshe
Aerobic classes are now in ses- added. 7:15 Zurn Recital HaU l ^ l l ^ l ^ ^ i j l ^ ^ g ||ijfe- l ^ p p ^ l < ^ n ^ p ^ "
sion at Mercyhurst College. Both Take a few hours of your busy Discussion Leader: sir
the campusi and the community schedule and join the Mercyhurst m. ssa
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$5.00 per term. Classes will be "work that body!" Asst. Prof, of Social Work ffigU m
held Monday, Wednesday, and HiSWEpfl

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Friday from noon to 1 p.m. in the mi
Campus Center, and Tuesday,
Thursday, and Sunday from 8 to 9 Top-20 songs for the week S3

p.m. in the Cafeteria, If you are


interested, contact Janet Price in 1. All night long Lionel Richie
the Campus Center. ; 2. Talking in your sleep Romantids
The classes will be instructed by 3. Modern Love David Bowie 58

Mary Karen Martin, a sophomore 4. Church of tfie poison mind... Culture Club
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nursing major, and Heidi Jenci, a


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junior elementary education ma-4 6. Say it isn't so Hall and Oates


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They have both had experience 8. Sunday, Bloody Sunday U2


teaching aerobics and are en- 9. Sharp dressed man..... ZZTop
thusiastic about the sessions here 10. Dancin' with myself..... Billy Idol
at Mercyhurst. According to Jen- 11. Every breath you take Police
ci, aerobics is* beneficial for 12. Jump Van Halen
several reasons; "Overall you feel 13. Tell her about it Billy Joel 21st & BROWN AVE.
better, sleep better, and aerobics 14. Human touch..; aL Rick Springfield
helps to eliminate? a* lot of or- 15. Promises, Promises . {Naked Eyes OPEN
dinary aches, pains and tensions. 16. True Spandau Ballet Mon.Thurs.: 9:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.
£ Aerobics also improves'posture, 17. Curly Shuffle Jump'n Saddle Fri.-Sat.: 9:30 A.M. to 10:00 P.
shape, and gives you an overall 17. Do you compute Donnie Iris 459-8109
19. In the mood Robert Plant
DAYS 20. The Stand ^ * The Alarm Home Delivery
J UNTIL 20. Just be good to me S.O.S Band We Specialize In Keg Beer
GRADUATION 20. Stay with me tonight ..Jeffrey Osborne Drive Thru
THE MERCIAD
Bukowski Optimistic
olle e qu res
Phonathon Goal Increased; V l u A
Two Faculty Members
Commence INext Month
By Fran Moavero
Winter term has brought two
new faculty members to Mer-
ject which provides personal con- All students who participate in cyhurst's Department of
The f 1984 Mercyhurst iAlumni tact between the! present Mer- the fund raising project will Philosophy and Religious
phonathon to supplement the 18th cyhurst students and each in- recieve a painter's hat to com- Studies. %:
Alumni Fund Drive will kick-off dividual alumnus. mend their time and effort spent Joseph Filonowicz and David
on Sunday, February 12, and con- However, participants are need- at the phonathon. F Nowak joined the department at
clude on February *21, Gary ed, Bukowski said. While it may To keep the Mercyhurst com- the beginning of the ternuj S
Bukowski^ Director of Alumni seem too early to start gathering a munity aware of the daily progres-
Annual Giving said. Filonowicz, a native of
team, he advises students to con- sion a poster is needed to hang in Detroit, is a bachelor's degree
This year's Phonathon goal is tact him and inform him of their the hallway of Old Main. graduatejof Hope College in
$25,000. It is a'$5,000 increase team's interest to participate. Poster ideas must be submitted Holland, Michigan, and receiv-
over last year. * Student organizations tand in- to Bukowskifwho will select the ed M.A. degrees! in |Art and
I Bukowski is optimistic about dividual teams will be competing poster which will convey the daily Philosophy from Columbia
reaching the?19 percent increase against oner another to raise the progression effectively. $ University in New York City. He
because every year donations have most money among themselves The student who -designs the is also a Ph.D. candidate, expec-
surpassed the established goal. during the two week* period so winning poster will be responsible ting to get his doctorate this spr-
Overall, the alumni fund is they may claim the $200 prize. for updating the daily sums. ing from Columbia. gT
seeking $50,000. The other Individual efforts will also be Students interested in par- He taught political theory for
$25,000 will be obtained through David Nowak
recognized. Prizes for the greatest ticipating in the Phonathon three years at Columbia College,
letters already sent to the alumni amount of money collected and should contact Gary Bukowski in one semester of philosophy at undergraduate degree in
asking for donations. At this most phone calls made will also be the Alumni Relations Office on Pomona College in California, Philosophy. He4 received two
time, $17,000 has been given to given. the second floor of Old Main.l and^one semester of Barnard masters degrees, one from Notre
the alumni fund. I *t College in New York. Dame in Theology, the other in
Bukowski has'established $30 Nowak comes from South Religious Studies from$|Du-
as the | standard donation fee, Bend, Indiana, ^and graduated quesne University. He tooiisfa
however, each alumnus is not re- from Notre Dame with * an Ph.D. candidate, at Duquesne.
quired to give this amount, rather, Nowak has taught Vat 'Du-
they are asked to contribute any quesne J and was involved with
monetarial donation" to the fund an adult religious education pro-
drive. - f gram at the Diocese of
Thefmoney raised through the Rochester, New York.
alumni fundjs^orwarded to the ^Bothmensaid they are pleas-
Sisters of Mercy scholarship fund ed to be atM?Mercyhurst and are
which, in turn, awards incoming ''impressed -by the institution
freshman money from the specific as a whole.
department they intend to enter. OS

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Phonathon is a fund raising pro- •_*"• * I B jfiy • % w A. B_fe JiMyTt 1 111 • • • 1 I • • • f t ! • • t I ^ » V * • f* f W l • T •_• • * • l i iTfc* * fc_*J
especially the students, who
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'open-minded ^values.''
SAC To Present :<z<?
Nowak said, "I am enjoying it
all," particularly the classes and
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the students." He did admit the


snow and freezing temperatures
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annual Mercyhurst Gong Show,
on Friday, January 27 on the
stage of Zurn Recital Hall) at 8
p.m.
This activity coordinator is
James Sherrod, vice chairperson. iM
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unknown comic and Jean, Jean


the Dancin' Machine," Sherrod
said. He explained that the SAC
There willjbe an International 17ft-
needs acts to make the Gong Association of Business
Show a -successful event, and a
continuing Mercyhurst Tradition. I Commmunicatorsimeeting on J
"If you can dance, sing, act,
play a musical instrument, or just Thursday, January 26 at 3 p.m. 38th and Pine Ave.
be funny, you're perfect," Sher-
rod commented. f in the Communications Department.
Prizes will be awarded at&the Presents
event. First prize is $20, second X
$10 and the third place winner will
receive free movie passes for two.
Friday, January 20 and
Interested students should sign Saturday, January 21
up in the Student Activities Office Europia" 10-2
or .in the Student Union im-
mediately. The entry deadline is Monday: Wing Night * | '
Thursday, January 26. Tuesday: Pony Night 3 for 1 •¥
Sherrod said, "Students should Wednesday: Ladies Night & Draft Night|
also be ready for the Red Eye
Special event in February." Some
of the contests will include ice Happy Hour • Monday thru Saturday 4 to 7
cream eating, video games, mar-
shmallow eating and a kissing T I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 $ 1 1 1 1 « i • 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 j f:

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Co-ops:
Learning
By Naomi Romanchok a class, and the Co-op grading
"The Cooperative Education Of- system j doesn't distinguish Jthe
fice provides a valuable service to difference."
students. The purpose of Co-ops, Certain £ majors are unable to
according to Tyrone Moore, take full advantage of the Co-op
Director of Cooperative Educa- Education services, by virtue of
tion and Career Services, is a nature. These majors include Nur-
"combination of classroom and sing, Education,w Dietetics and
on-the-job work organized in an Social Work, Moore stated. The
educationally sound way." Moore other sixty-five percent of the stu-
also extends the definition to in- dent population can participate in
clude: "an organized off-campus the service. ART GALLERY OPENING: The dedication of the Cummings Art Gallery on the second floor of the Mer-
learning experience in a profes- cyhurst Library was attended by members of the Mercyhurst and Erie communities. Here, Sr. Carolyn Herr-
There are several requirements mann thanks the college for the honor on behalf of Sr. Angelica while Dr. Garvey looks on.
sional environment." for involvement in the program,
Co-ops can be an important
part of ;;college:' education and
credits are available. Three credits
Moore explained. Students must
be at the sophomore level to begin
a co-op, maintain at least a 2.0
D'AngeloiSchool Of Music Begins I
can;be given for a minimum of
200 on-site work hours and up to
grade point average and follow up
the experience, with weekly pro- Affiliation With 'Erie Orchestra
six credits 1 are available for a gress logs and measureable learn- In a move towards establishing Inf addition, the orchestra, row at 3 p.m. in the Campus
minimum of 400 hours.* Grades ing objectives to help determine
the D'Angelo School of Music as under the direction of Morris Center. Tickets are $2 for adults,
are given out on a pass/fail basis worthiness of credits. a major artistic force in the com- Youngdahl, will continue to have $1 for students. f
with "pass with distinction" given ' 'The Cooperative Educationmunity, the 'Hurst music depart- access to Mercyhurst's IGuest conductor for the event
to those who do superb work in ment has become affiliated*with
and Career Services Office is pro- and performance areas at St, will be Dr. John Woods, music
the }field. Many students inter- the Erie Civic Orchestra.
ud that forty percent of graduates Mark's. Youngdahl; is locally director at Ohio State University.
viewed do not feel this system is work with the same company that Designed to benefit both par- known for his outstanding work In the months to come, 'Hurst's
accurate for grading, * they did the co-op with, or get a
ties, the affiliation was recently with youth orchestras, Haener Music Department will be involv-
"Grades should be ^handled job as a direct result of co-opannounced by* Donald Haener, said, particularly j in the Fair viewed in many other projects, in-
through the professors who know placement," according to Moore.admissions director fori the School District. cluding the Mercyhurst
the majors, not just one person as The first step to get involved in
D'Angelo Schoof of Music, and College-D'Angelo School of
with the Co-op office," a senior the cooperative education pro-the Civic Orchestra, | * wThe orchestra performed at Music Competition—Honors
commented* - & gram is to attend one of the infor-
Since the orchestra has used the several Christmas concerts, and Concert Band; the hosting of the
i Another 'Hurst student doing a mational sessions. If interested,
college for about ten years as an on January* 13,".they played at a Regional High School Choral
Co-op said, "There's a big dif- contact the co-op office for more
informal practice site, Haener sees special program for out-of-state Festival March 28 through 31; and
ference between a 3.5 and a 2.0 in information. the formal affiliation between the visitors who were here for the upcoming performances with the
A
two bodies as-the natural next School of Musie audkfons#-A*spr - Grvic^Orchestra? "Some magfea!
Top Of Thei H i l ™ step. , ing concert is also being planned, things are happening^* Haener
M Haener j said Mercyhurst will the date for which will be an- said. *
Club,Institutes New benefit because the collaboration
will give 'Hurst the opportunity to
place students in rehearsal and
nounced at a later time.
This weekend the D'Angelo "I think'the students . . . will
School is hosting they District II find a surprisingly high level of
Structure And Menus
By Jody Hatson
performance situations with the
orchestra. It also gives the college
to 8:30 p.m. Some of the items on "a professional cover," according
band competition for Nor- professionalism (at the D'Angelo
thwestern ^Pennsylvania high School). "We're bringing the best
school students. These 154 to Erie culture,'' Haener conclud-
The Top of the J Hill Club has the,menu are viae Francias, Fet- to Haener. "Being affiliated with students will- be on campus ed. "I hope everyone will support
made • ;some.. k changes^ in j their tucinifal Fredo and chicken cor- a 50 piece orchestra is a positive through Sunday. A| concert by these activities . . . to give im-
management structure ^ according don bleu. move," he said, those students will be held tomor- petus to them."
to Frank Pauze, director of the
Hotel Restaurant Department.
Student managers are rotated in
their positions to'allow more
students to gain "hands on ex-
perience," Pauze said. I The stu-
TONY'SABELLA'S
Genuine Pizza and
dent managers carry out their
duties for .Winter and Spring
term. .. ".*. '%'
The present managers are: Mike
Cove Delicatessen
Sciandra, Executive Chef; Kelly 3018 State Street
Meyer,. Front of it he House
Manager (dining .room); Terrie 455-6119
Pauze, Seminarian Dining m&&e&
Manager; Jackie Judge, Ben Bar- do»gh
row, Cathy Nelson, t Catering
Managers; and* Debbie Dixon
serves as Purchasing Store Room
Manageri **
The menus at the club have also
changed, and expanded from the
WINGS! ONE
LARGE CHEESE
PIZZA WITH ADDITIONAL
ITEM DELIVERED FREE TO
Fall term. Some of the new lunch
items are chicken fingers which Tuesday, January YOUR DORM OR APARTMENT
are boneless chicken sticks served
with bleu cheese and celery sticks,
veal parmigiana with a side of
spaghetti, chicken crepes covered
with melted cheese and fried ice
cream rolled in corn flakes, deep
fried, covered with honey, whip- YOU CRN * * *

ped cream and topped with a


sweet cherry. Lunch is served
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday Blue cheese dressing and .©*-
through Fridays. *.
Dinner is served Friday and
hot sauce available
Saturday evenings from 6:30 p.m.
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THE MERCIAD reserves the right to review all


classifieds to prevent libelous statements, and
to maintain ethical standards^
Motherhouse Mass PSEAlLecture Chicken Wing Night
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BUSINESS Chris - Have you received any ap- L* tiSfl There will be a PSEA lecture The Clipper's Cove will be serving
MANAGER DARLENE! WE pUcants fot those obscene phone ™ Sisters of Mercy invite about school law on January 24. chicken wings on • Tuesday,
LOE YA, THE MERCIAD ca ji s ? i* students, staff, and faculty to join It will start at 7:00 p.m. in the January 31 from 8-10 p.m. Price
STAFF. ; | • with them for the Liturgy of the Blue Room. All are welcome. is $2.50 for All you can eat. ^
•••• Mass every Thursday evening at
Pojo: Thanks for all your help T.V.-Please get well soon! NA 7:3o p . m . a t thefMotherhouse.
and support this week. I can't tell • ••• The Motherhouse is the large
Art Exhibition Bike Raffle
you how i much I appreciate it. Mom and Dad: Snowed in but still building on therightat the end of An exhibition of selected works
by Senior Art Majors will hold the A $200 Schwinn jjWorld Tourist
Love, GAR I * f ft alive. We have no food, clothing, the Mercy Walkway between the Ten Speed is being raffled off to
but we do have shelter. Send care * campus and St. Mark's Center, openings reception on Sunday,
February 12 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. benefit Sister Eymard's Cancer
To DARLENER OF THE WIDE packages immediately. Dingy >• §£• Research. Tickets are 50 cents a
WORLD OF WIENERS: Did you The| show will continue through
February 23 in the Mercyhurst piece or three for $1. Call
get a lot of use out of that P.M.? Michael, Happy Christmas, D * I CL** 825-0429 or come to 211 Main.
K,M,F,C. i i Merry New Year, caught between nSntBI oKIS College Cummings Gallery..
the bed and the wall, fantasies, AV3ilabl6
Kevin, 8 months to g o . . . it YOUR LOSS!! Please, not again ffe i . , .. Discussion Group Aerobics Classes
.*. . . , , ., «*Tu
seems so long, but it's for life - so this weekend! Love, I've got them— Twenty sets of cross-country skis
„ M ™«i-ui- e * i -.
the wait is worth it. Always, Janet t • are available; fori rental to Forming The Mercyhurst < Wellness , Pro-
I I l .j|5 ^ members of the Mercyhurst com- An informal discussion group is gram presents Aerobics for the
Mad, Happy Belated 22.1 hope it "** munity from Janet Price at the being formed to pursue the ques- Mercyhurst Community. The cost
was special - by the way . . . long Joe Svitek, Nostrovia, Iced tea, Campus Center. The price is $3 tion: What is time? There's no is $5 per term. Classes are held on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
*.

time no seel Janet dancing out the door, Jack and j for a 24-hour period, or $6 for the cost, and all;are invited to par-
Calvert's all add up .to the bigl weekend. For more details contact ticipate. Are you interested? If so, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Cam-
Darlene, Happy 22! Hope that it headache! When are we doing it Janet Price in the Campus Center contact Bud Brown in 223 Preston pus Center and on Tuesday,
is extra special. Love ya lots, your again, you lightweight? Love ani or at ext. 225/" ^ Hall as soon as possible. Thursday and Sunday from 8 un-
beautiful roommate Janet AT&T subsidiary 4 til 9 p.m. in the Blue Room. For
more information, or to join, con-
Frank and John - borrowed any Barb,; Maybe, just maybe, if o l .. . . .. I WMCY Penguin tact Janet Price at 825-0225.
quarters lately? Ryou'd learn to control your oKling Instruction * Iff Missing
facilities you'll make it to Pano's Offered The WMCY penguin is missing.
DARLENE, HAPPY 22 BIRTH- this weekend. All My Love, Mom Mercyhurst College Physical WMCY; is giving $10.00fto the Convalescent Home
DAY l_YOU . ARE A A^REAL •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••;• Education Department is offering first person who finds the penguin
WOMANPCUS ONFNOW. WE Karen, Where is your program? f b a s i c instruction hrcross-country and returns him to the station. WW Nr^sltTngiPipi
LOVE YOU . LOTS! CARLA, •• ••• skiing-for members of the Mer- Listen to WMCY for clues as to Inquire in the Campus Ministry
TEDWARD, AND DEBBIE Steve, We thought you would buy ^y^^ community. Classes will were the penguin may be found! this week, if you are interested in
the program? m e e t o n Wednesdays at 4 p.m. at visiting Icoal convalescent homes
Happy 21 Birthday Brent! Love •-•••; the Campus Center during the Band Festival during the Winter Term.
ya, The Merciad staff. $ j | J Greg H., Congratulations. Good w i n t e r T e r m I f intercsted, show Transporation for these visits is
luck as music director. J u p r c a d y t 0 s k i o n Wednesdays. I ! Concert | provided.
• Rentals are available for a normal The PMEAS District Hi Band
Mom and Dad, It was good to see Karen, Beware of the Swarm fee. For more information contact Festival Concert will be held
yon last Saturday. >I love yon, ^.Monster. Janet Price at the Campus Center tomorrow at 3 p.m. in the Cam- Mass Schedule
Carla or call 825-0225. pus Center. The charge is $1 for I Change
students with ID * and $2 for Thereft has been a change in the
adults. Tickets can be obtained at Mass schedule. Wednesday after-
TAKE A FAST BREAK-.
the door. noon Mass will ^ now be at 3:30
McVonatds President's Card
p.m. in McAuley Hall.
'J.
Still Valid ( If your club, organization or
Despite j the fine print on your department would like to have
to*
President's Card stating January an announcement printed in
11 Convenient Locations 1,1984 as the expiration date, the
4319 Peach Street
"Bulletin Board", please con-
2170 East Lake Road
1311 Broad Street
1115 Sassafras Street
existing card will be honored until tact Fran Moavero, Human
909 Peninsula Drive 4316 Buffalo Road the fall '84 term at functions nor- Resources Director -at 132
2650 West 26th Street Imperial Point Plaza, mally covered by the courtesy
A *
Mlllcreek Mall Glrard eg Founders.! Announcements
430 State Street Interstate 90 and 97, card. If you have lost your card, are due by Wednesday. No
State St. Exit please notify Dorothy Kirk in the fee is charged. *
Mr. Sam Coveil! president's office.
Stop by after the game!! Owner-Operator

MC MC
McDonalds
Siyou Friday, January 20
Music Weekend begins
I Sunday, January 22
Buy Any Large Sandwich, Movie - "Psycho" - Video Room - 9 p.m.
Get a Second One FREE 50* Admission * l
Friday, January 27
Good at any Erie and Girard, PA McDonald's
Music, MusicJMusic i
t
Operator for reimbursement send to: Mercyhurst's own Back Porch Cafe - 8-10 p.m
I McDonald's, P.O. Box 4049 1 ^ ^ ^
| Erie, Pa. 16512 One coupon per customer per visit. 4 Sat., January 28 >
Coupon Expires 1/30/84 1 Cash value 1/20 of a cent Movie - My Fair Lady 1I
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Men's Hoops honesty," the Laker mentor con-
tinued, "I really don't know if
Lakers Get Fouled these officials would have let us
win." i I
Mercyhurst bounced back to
But Win Two More their winning ways as they trounc-
ed the Cubs. Berkeley, who gain-
ByGregYoko to LaRoche's 37 attempts (they ed MVP honors, led the Laker
The Mercyhurst? Lakers con- charges with 18 points, six re-
made 28). I bounds, and three assists.
tinued to play good basketball last Overall, ^however, the Lakers
week as they added two wins and Even though falling down by as
played well. The team connected much as 17, the scrappy Behrend
a loss to their 1983-84 campaign. on over 50 percent (40-79) of their
The 'Hurst edged by nationally team never gave up. It took
shots from the field. balanced scoring by Green (15),
ranked Cheyney State last Satur- ?But, Mercyhurst did have a 1:08
day 60-58 and handily defeated lapse which could be claimed as Coffield (10), and Moss(10) to im-
the Cubs of Penn State-Behrend the deciding factor fin the prove the clubs record to 8-6. The
79-63 Wednesday evening. In bet- ballgame. With just 68 seconds re- Cubs fell to 4-12.] I
ween « the two victories was a maining in the half,ijthe Laker's And, in a game played in front
frustrating 98-91 loss at La Roche Marty Cams completed aUhree of 1500 loud and rowdy 'Hurst
College. M--- point play to bring the-'Hurst fans, the Lakers upset the 18th
The jmost influential par- back within one, 42-43.i ranked Division II Cheyney State
ticipants in the La Roche contest Wolves, 60-58. f j •
Until, * that is,*^ John Pas-
were Bob Fee and Jim Wildman - quinelli's LaRoche club capitaliz- Green paced the Lakers with 25
the officials. But, as Mercyhurst ed on two Todd Lee turnovers and markers as Mercyhurst led at the
Coach Bill Kalbaugh made clear a missed shot by John Green, to half, 28-27, Berkeley and Lee add-
afterwards, he would not use the •score eight unanswered markers ed ten and eight respectively.
two officials as scapegoats for the and build a 51-42 halftime lead. I The Lakers travel to Ashland,
loss. Here are the facts. -J \ Mercyhurst and LaRoche battl- Ohio? for their ;nextjcontest this
Mercyhurst was nailed for 31 ed throughout the second stanza, Monday. WMCY will carry the Lakers Eric Peek(50) and J.D. Berkley jump high over Cheyney State
personal fouls while the hosting until the Lakers made their charge- game during its regular broadcast. guards in a 60-58 thriller at the Campus Center. J $ | *&
Red Devils^ were called? for 17. wit h 3:31 left to play. Green hit
And, the Blue and Green made 15
trips to the foul line as compared
%3£g%£&^ &&&$3
two bombs from over 25 feet, Lee
added a hoop, and Jon Berkeley
and| Matt Nesser teamed up for
three tallies from the charity
Lady Lakers Come Close •
stripe,f to bring the 'Hurst back
with 2:42 showing on the clock.
87-89. . &i I *W
But by Stephanie Hultberg- t
Seem To Connect
agreed "that the girls are playing New York State Division! HI
The,"Red Devils, with!perhaps The Lady Lakers Basketball super, but they either have a good Coaches Poll.
some help, then connected on squad, under coach Darlene first half or a good second half.
seven foul shots to ice the 98-91 JFreshman Meme Tyler, 5'11"
Rosthauser, have gotten off to a They have to be more consistent center from Franklin, PA., lead
LaRoche victory. 4 Slow "starP ancr an unfortunate as a xeamr^^^^^^^^^T^^^
jfoi Although he wouldn't blame the Lady Lakers in scoring with 11
campaign for i their ± '83 * -'84 The Ladies were 14 for 20 from points followed by White with
the loss Ion the officiating, season. the floor, Behrend hit 15 for 24.
K a l b a u g h had t h i s to nine.
Behrend College! handed the At the line, the Lady Cubs con-
say . . . "I'mf leaving here women their tenth loss on the nected with 35, while the 'Hurst The game proved to be ridden
(LaRoche) with a very sour taste season in a 85-65 defeat Tuesday had 26. J 1 | with 'Hurst personals followed up
in {my mouth. We never expect night at the Campus Center. by tempers heating from referee's
good officiating on the road, but A touching memorium presen- calls. According to Coach
Sophomore guard Jeana White, tation was made in memory8 of Rosthauser, "We didn't play as
this was rediculous. We had a bad despite recovering from a torn Joan Kolaja during half time.
spell at the end of thefirstihalf knee cartilage, paced the 'Hurst well as we could have, shooting
and allowed ^four breakaway 4,
Present at the home game were only 24 percent from the floor ...
buckets. That hurt us. But, in all with top points and rebounds. Mr. and Mrs. Kolaja, former we really could have beat them."
Janet Price White put 25 through the hoop Women's Basketball coach Shelly
and had 20 grabs in the effort to Monas, and family, and friends of The Ladies from the 'Hurst
Personal Awareness Program overcome the Lady Cubs. "We Joan. i were defeated. by Westminster
played very well together as a $ A plaque was dedicated in her College on Thursday, January 12
Yearpf Holistic Health; team. The help of Puts (Sherry
Putnam) might have made an im-
memory and will be hung in the
Fitness Center, "Big Joan's"
in another f close* contest. The
Keystone Conference school was
At Phys.Ed. Department provement in the game for us,"
commented White.
J Putnam, a 5'9" junior forward
home «and away jerseys were
presented to her parents by the
Mercyhurst Co-Captains and her
ahead only by a score of 25-36 at
half time, but pulled ahead in the
end to put the brakes on for Mer-
The year of Holistic Health has what is better for themselves in from Strong Vincent High School number 22 was retired. As part of cyhurst, 71-63. £ lp|.
arrived at 5 Mercyhurst College making adjustments that will in Erie, remains sidelined due to the ceremony Joan's former team-
with the coming of the Wellness eliminate harmful habits. an ankle injury sustained in the mate Lisa Jacobitz read a poem Junior, Candy Hoover, 5'6"
Program, r | "The program should depict first half of the University of guard from Conneaut Lake, PA.,
The program was designed by written by Assistant Coach, and along with teammate Jeana White
the aspects of living mentioned in- Rochester' game last Saturday. also former teammate, Trisha
Janet Price, Director of the cluding physical, psychological, Putnam consistently leads the Mahoney in her honor. were scoring leaders for the
Physical Education Department. social and spiritual 4 aspects and Mercyhurst attack with 12.0 Lakers with 14 points apiece.
It. was designed to educate - Last Saturday, January 14, pro- Junior point-guard, Bea Tomczak
the concepts of a personal respon- points and 8.8 rebounds per ved to be another day of fate for
members of the college communi- sibility for health." said Price. game. J n and Sherry Putnam followed up
ty l to assume responsibility for the Blue and Green dropping with 10 each. 5 *
their own wellness. "The season record (1-10) does another loss to the University of
Due to the lack of response for not reflect the great improvements
This program is geared toward applications, an application has Rochester, 71-36. The 8-0 Yellow- The next home meeting will be
the team has made," continued jackets are presently| ranked Monday, January 30 against
the non-athletes and athletes alike been provided. 5j White, Head coach Rosthauser
who will become more aware of 'Next week: Logo Contest! number 2 in the latest R.T, French Clarion State at 6 pirn. J I

I'S Intramural Basketball season will begi INTRAMURAL


I Application • Advisory Board Member I bedules can lie picked up at the Campus
I I e Cherico, Director of Intramurals.
.i SCHEDULE
IMAM* I GNMDKMM

j Tuesday, Jan. 24
I I MEN'S INTRAMURAL STANDINGS
ICAMPUS ADDRESS I Blue Division Court 1 ; ^ Court 2
Green Division 2 vs 6— 8:00- —2 vs 6
I I Skywalkers 3-0 Party Animals. 2-0 3 vs 7 9:00, 3 vs 7
IP H O N E I 69er's 2-0 Wednesday, Jan. 25
I I Master and Mock 2-0 The Clash v ..i-o 4 vs 8 7:00 4 vs 8
l interested in serving on the advisory board? I Phi Runna Gunna
Bronx Express
2-1 Old Timers....».
1-1
1-1 1 vs 6 8:00 1 vs 6
l I Unknowns. 0-2
Boys Club
Maulers
M
1-1
2 vs 5 9:00
Thursday, Jan. 26
2 vs 5
lHow can you help make the Mercyhurst CWTMTHJIM more aware of this program? I The House .0-2 Airborne 0-2 3 vs 8 7:30 E 3 vs 8
I Motley Crew ..0-2 Bus Boys 0-2 4 vs 7 8:30 — — 4 vs 7
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