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2G—The Daily Collegian Friday, April 22, 1983
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CHEAP!!! SUMMER SUBLET, female,
AAAH! BEER MISER and bar furnished, VC, utilities included, one
included with summer sublet, Beaver block from campus. Call now!!! 234-
Hill. For more information, 238.1563 0 1838
AAH! AN APARTMENT two
bedrooms, furnished, free cable,
parking, tennis courts, pets allowed.
Rent very negotiable. Call 2383425
AAH! A SUMMER bargain two
bedroom apartment. Furnished, NC,
ESPN, dishwasher. Block from
campus, utilities included.
Negotiable. Call Ralph 237.0713
AAI-tA! $l6O/MO, ENTIRE semi-Ibr
Armenara Apartment, furnished,
carpet, a/c, 1 block from campus. 237-
AAY. FEMALE NEEDED to sublet 1/4
large bedroom apartment in Penn
Tower. Rent negotiable. Includes
HBO, A/C, utilities. Parking optional.
A BARGAIN ACROSS from South
Halls. A/C, dishwasher, balcony, all
utilities included, furnished, 1
bedroom. $ll5/person 238-1285
A BARGAIN, 95/mo SUBLET
apartment one block from campus,
balcony, A/C, everything included.
A BEAUTIFUL SUMMER sublet!
Furnished; one bedroom, AIC. Allen
St: near Zeno's. Rent negotiable 234-
A :BEAVER TERRACE apartment,
summer sublet with fall option. AIC
balcony, dish-washer, 2-bed $99/mo.
ABOVE TAVERN RESTAURANT one
bedroom apartment on College ave.
Summer sublet, fall option, 238-4585
ACROSS FROM SOUTH halls.
Summer Sublet, fall option, one
bellroom, A/C, dishwasher, balcony.
ACROSS STREET FROM campus.
$289 for whole summer term.
Includes: utilities, AIC, dishwasher,
fuinished, balcony. Call Tony 234-
AIjORABLE UNIVERSITY TOWERS 1
bedroom summer sublet/fall option:
acloss from South halls, brand new
furniture, 'Seventh Heaven' balcony
vievy, .free utilities, alc, dishwasher,
rent negotiable for whole or half!
A FREE KEG!! Penn Tower summer
sublet. Two bedroom, furnished,
dishwasher, A/C, rent negotiable. 865-
A GREAT SUBLET huge room for one
in quiet house. Good Location, asking
AH!. PERFECT FOR 1.2 people!
Uniii . ersity Terrace summer, sublet,
one , bedroom. Parking, pool, sofa,
free! AC, neat, convenient,
ALLEN STREET SUMMER sublet,
apartment in house; newly furnished,
lauhdry, parking, cable; 1-to-3 people;
Linda 865.3366; Marci 865.3294;
AMAZING: SUMMER SUBLET, single
bedroom across from North Halls.
$lO5 a month, utilities extra. Call Tom
AN, AMAZING SUMMER sublet with
fall, option. Beaver Terrace 2-
bedroom, dishwasher, air
conditioning, cable, all utilities
inclUded, balcony, rent negotiable
but cheap. Call 237-5249
AND HERE IT is! Own room in nice
residential house. Only $B5/mo. Call
APARTMENT IN TOWN for summer,
large, furnished, your own tiedroom,
rent.negOtiable call Rob 865-4217
ARMANARA SUMMER SUBLET big 2
bdrm. great location. Price
negotiable. Call 238-5651, Karen,
summer sublet for 2. Great location
for,Arts Festival on Allen Street. 2
1/2blocks from campus. 2bdrms, A/C,
furnished, cheap. Call 237.0940
A SUMMER SUBLET/Fall option 4bdr
wasti/dry fireplace cable living room 2
block walk. Call 234-2467
ATTENTION: FEMALE To share 1/3 of
one bedroom apartment summer
furnished, utilities incidded Tracey
ATTENTION: VERY CHEAP
apartment for summer, furnished, a/c,
poor, free parking space, 1 / 4 of 2
bedroom (female). Call Terri 238-6087
AVAILABLE MAY IST- Large
furnished efficiency across from
Calder Square. 1-2 people. Call Tom
AVOID THE ELEVATORS! Two
persbns needed to sublet my first
floor. Penn Towers Apt. for the
Summer. For only $l2O a month, you
get 4 beautiful,'completely furnished
one. bedroom apt. with air
conditioning, electricity, and utilities
inclilded. Cable too! Call Steve at
237-7506. Keep trying!
BEAVER . 4 ILL, Female, Summer,
newly furnished & carpeted. One
bedroom, balcony, a/c, rent
negOtiable. Pam 237-6497 •
BEST OFFER ACCEPTED, own room
in house, close to campus, summer
Park Forest Apartments
• 4 901 W. Aaron Dr.
//o// /4 / V State College, PA
Now leasing for summer & fall
• • free bus service • swimming•pools
• free parking • laundry facilities
• • cable TV
1 & 2 bdr. units available
9 & 12 month leases
COLLEGIAN CLASSIFIED ADS
A GREAT PLACE large 3 bedroom
apt. 2 blocks from campus, West
College, bay window, rooms
furnished, Summer sublet, Fall
BREATH-TAKING VIEW of campus.
11th floor of Penn Towers, large
double. Rent negotiable. Call 238-
CEDARBROOK LARGE 2-BEDROOM
sublet; one or two persons needed;
negotiable rent; 865-5749 or 865.7300
CEDARBROOK SUBLET: $265 each,
three person apt., newly furnished,
a/c, balcony. Call 238.4248
CHEAP SUMMER SUBLET Own
room, furrished, 1/10 utilities, one
block to campus, 234 S. Atherton, Pia
CLEAN COMFORTABLE COMPACT,
clo . se, convenient. Call for Chuck or
CO-ED HOUSE 2 blocks from
campus, 2 rooms available. Many
extras. Call 238-95'54
COLLEGE AVE. SUMMER sublet.
Entire one bedroom apt.: 1.2
furnished, a/c, free parking. $2OO/mo
COLLEGE AVE. APARTMENT above
National Record Mart, furnished,
prefer two people, cable, utilities
COMMONS SUMMER SUBLET:
beautiful townhouse, 2 balconies and
garage, 5-minute walk to campus,
rent negotiable. Call 238-8587
FEMALE SUMMER SUBLET/ Fall
option. 1 / 2 furnished studio
apartment, close to campus. Only
$lOO/month. Must see to believe! 238-
FOR A DECENT summer sublet
including two bedrooms for 3 people
in a bi-level apartment. Call Jay 237-
6618 or Roger 237.6372. Price
PREFERRED. Own bedroom, quiet
apartment, pool/bus pass. Call 238-
HAVE YOUR OWN room in a 2-bdrm.,
incredibly cheap, all utilities. Call
HELP!!! PLEASANT, FURNISHED,
female summer sublet. Parkway
Plaza. 2/3 one bedroom, real
bargain!!! Call 2384175
HOUSE SUMMER• SUBLET 5
bedrooms 6 people needed. 3 baths, 2
blocks from campus. Rent
negotiable. Call now 5-6485, 5.2467
LAUREL TERRACE SUMMER sublet,
fall option, furnished, downtown. All
utilities included, graduates or
LET'S MAKE DEAL! Summer sublet,
large two bedroom Penn Towers,
LIVE BY YOURSELF! Furnished
efficiency 3 blocks from campus.
Summer sublet/fall option: Rent
negotiable. 234.5801 '
LOFT IT THIS summer. Completely
furnished two bedroom. Includes
dishwasher and cable, negotiable.
LOFTS SUMMER SUBLET: Large
luxurious 2 bedroom townehouse,
furnished, AIC, rent cheap!! Call
immediately at 234.4111
LOOK NO FURTHER! Summer sublet
with fall option: Furnished/TV, rent
negotiable. Call now 234-3796
MUST SEE SUBLET—Own bedroom-
Large house-great location-great
view-Rent negotiable-Call 234-0216
NAME YOUR PRICE for downtown
apartment, one bedroom, two
roommates, available May, call Frank,
ONLY $7O/MO SUMMER sublet w/fall
option. Female 1/3 Park Hill apt.
Campus one block. A/C, cable,
utilities, furnished. Call 238-0918
OWN ROOM INCLUDING bath, .A/C,
dishwasher. All utilities included.
OWN ROOM IN three bedroom
house, one block from campus,
$lOO./month pluS'electric, cable, 238-
RENT ONE BEDROOM of two
bedroom house in College Heights.
Includes washer, dryer, cable, HBO
and utilities. Call Fred 237-6508
ROOM FOR RENT! Summer/fall
option, in a four room house.
Furnished, HBO, Call Todd 237-0509
SPACIOUS, PECEFUL, Heritage Oaks
sublet. Own bedroom, swimming, a/c,
satellite tv, bar. Very negotiable. 238-
Townhouse need one person 100Imo.
$5O bonus. Overly furnished! Pool,
etc. Great Place! Call John 238-7461
SUMMER SUBLET $B5/mo. 1.2
females for 2 bedroom apt. a/c,
utilities inc. 234.3677
SUMMER SUBLET IBDRM,
furnished, $9O/person. All utilities
included, A/C. One block from
campus, fall option. Call Jim or Dale
SUMMER SUBLET, OWN room in
house, College Avenue. Rent
negotiable. Robin 234-1573
SUMMER SUBLET WITH or without
fall option: Beaver Terrace, furnished,
a/c, dishwasher. Up to 3 people.
$3OO/mo. or best offer 237.0397
SUMMER SUBLET CENTURY Towers.
All utilities, dishwasher, A/C,
bunkbeds, balcony, cable. 15 minute
walk from campus. Two minute walk
to bus. 238-7380 after 5
SUMMER SUBLET: CENTURY
Towers, large furnished efficiency
includes cable T.V., A/C, utilities, sth
floor balcony. Rent negotiable. Call
Andy at 238.4526
SUMMER SUBLET: 1/3 of 1 bedroom
female Cedarbrook. $75 per month.
Call Candace 234-1187
SPACIOUS/ SUNNY FEMALE
summer sublet. 1 / 2 for two bedroom
apt. 1 block from campus/ town. Price
negotiable. 865-4919 or 865.7295
STAY COOL SUMMER sublet: 3
females needed, pool, A/C,
dishwasher, bus pass. Price
SUBLET BEAVER TERRACE Large
one bedroom, balcony, new furniture,
bar, dishwasher, air conditioning,
cable T.V., price negotiable up to 3
persons call 2370980
SUBLET SUMMER: 2 roommates,
master bedroom, spacious
townhouse. Free HBO, cable,
laundry. Rent negotiable. 234.8124
SUBLET SUNNY SPACIOUS two
bedroom apartment. Walking
distance to campus. Rent negotiable.
238.4492. Keep trying!
SUBLET 1/2 OF 2 ,BEDROOM apt.
from June thru August. Close to
campus. Rent negotiable. Call 238-
SUBURBAN SUBLET—own room in
modern house—large yard—slso
Includes parking, utilities, fall option.
Call Cathleen, 238-8608
SUMMER SUBLET FOSTER Avenue
Apts. 1 BR fully furnished, A/C, HBO,
utilities paid. Call Mark 237-9491
SUMMER SUBLET: FURNISHED 1-
bedroom, utilities, parking, cable, A/C
Included. Fairmount Hills Apts!, 5
minutes to Hammond bldg.
$190./month. Call 234-5841
SUMMER 'SUBLET— SPACIOUS two
bedroom apartment. 3.4 people. close
to campus. cheap! Jim, 237-3819, 865-
SUMMER SUBLET SOUTHGATE
Townhouse will have own room
wash/drier, dishwasher.- Call Nick
SUMMER 'SUBLET: STUDIO
$305/month; all utilities, furnished,
AC + cable; reduced August rent.
Free Case upon sublet. Jeff 865-5231,
SUMMER SUBLET PENN ,Towers one
bedroom. Free parking, a/c,_ utilities,
cable. Balcony. Close to stores.
Please call 237-3594
SUMMER SUBLET/FALL option.
Furnished, one bedroom, includes
utilities, color cable t.v., alc, stereo.
Close to campus $l7O/mp. neg. 238.
SUMMER SUBLET ONE or two
females great location cheap price
negotiable Suzanne or Paula 237-5357
SUMMER SUBLET 2 tol people--two
story, fully furnished, two blocks
from campus. Quiet complex with
graduate students. Call Bill or Dave at
SUMMER SUBLET, SPACIOUS
furnished llbedroom apartment,
quiet, ideal for grads, slsolmo. plus
SUMMER SUBLET BEAVER hill apt
120. Price negotiable. Call 238.1807.
Ask for Tom
SUMMER SUBLET-FALL OPTION,
studio University towers acrossfrom
South Halls, free utilities, furnished,
a/c, cable, balcony. Weekdays 234-
SUMMER SUBLET for one or two fall
option. Share large Heritage Oaks
apartment. Furnished, balcony, close
to Rego's. Includes bus pass. $95/
month. 237.9667 females only
SUMMER SUBLET. SPACIOUS,
furnished 1 bedroom apt. Balcony,
dishwasher, air-conditioned, close to
campus. Call 237-5182
-SUPER SUMMER SUBLET!! One
bedroom, great location, newly
furnished, A/C, fall option, rent
SUPER SUMMER SUBLET!! Female
needed $B5/month. Free bus pass!!
Call Sharon 237-0267 -
SUPER SUMMER, sublet. Semi•one
bedroom apartment. Close to campus
furnished. Rent negotiable. Call 237-
TOFTREES EFFICIENCY AVAILABLE
immediately. All utilities included.
Rent negotiable. 237-0802
TOFTREES SUMMER SUBLET, one
bedrOom, A/C, dishwasher, balcony,
cable, utilities. Rent negotiable. Call
SUMMER SUBLET PARKWAY Plaza
Pool, alc, HBO, furnished, bus pass
$136.25 All utilitis Call 234.8610
SUMMER SUBLET ONLY: large
bedroom In four bedroom house,
backyard and garden, for information
SUMMER SUBLET CEDARBROOK, 1
bdrm, 3 people, includes balcony,
cable, NC, $B5/month, 237.5038
SUMMER SUBLET/ FALL option: two
bedroom apt., four blocks from
campus, $265/month negotiable. Call
SUMMER SUBLET: APT. One block
from campus. Furnished. A/C. All
utilities included. 1-2 females
needed. Call Holly 234-8236
SUMMER SUBLET LARGE efficiency,
furnished, walking distance from
campus, quiet. Seniors or Graduates.
Rent negotiable. Call after 5 pm, 237-
TWO BLOCKS FROM campus! One
bedroom In large house for summer
sublet. Pets allowed. Backyard,
garden plot. Male/female. Parking.
TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED
efficiency, June or sooner. $225. per
month plus electric. Rent negotiable
if possible. Fall option 234.4678
VERY LARGE ONE bedroom
apartment, one block from campus
and fully furnished. Call 234960
WANT YOUR OWN bedroom
summer? 2 single bedrooms,
furnished, right next to campus. Own
kitchen, bathroom, washing machine.
$125/month per person. Call 865-
WHY PAY MORE? Sublet room(s) in
house one block from campus.
Possible fall option. Free parking,
utilities, cable, kitchen, friendly
atmosphere. $95/m0.,. negotiable.
WOW-WHAT A place! One bedroom
apt. for two this summer. E. College
Ave., sunny balcony,. A.G.,
dishwasher, new furniture, rent
negotiable, fall option. Call 237-8823
YOUR OWN ROOM. One female
needed for summer sublet above ski
station. Close and convenient!
Interested? Contact Kathryn: 865-
2 PEOPLE TO' summer sublet and
share 2/bedroom apartment.
Furnished, top floor view w/balcony.
$95/month per person. Call Dan 238-
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625 Stanwix St.
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GOLDEN Cradle Adoption Services.
Free housing, counseling, medical
care. Recipient of United Way Donor
Option Plan. A state licensed agency.
Call collect, (215) 289-BABY
ANOTHER CONTINUOUS FRIDAY all
day all night live entertainment at The
Brickhouse featuring John
ART LOVERS! DECORATE
inexpensively with quality prints from
the great museums. Free brochure. J.
Saks, 1728 Church St.NW,
Washington, D.C. 20036
BEER-A—GRAMS!...SEND A six-pack
with a song. Daydreams... 237-8324
BERNIE 13.-HEY 'SISI Have a great
19th birthday! Show them how to
celebrate! Love Dennis
ATTENTION, FEMALE SUMMER
sublet-own bedroom In two bedroom
apartment. $l3O month(negotlable).
ATTENTION, THANKS, I know
everyone hates reading ads for bars
in the personals but want you to
know the Lions Den is now doing
entertainment. Wednesdays, It's Ray
Anthony spinhing all types of music,
and Fridays, Susan Anthony does the
same. Please check it out. We think
you'll enjoy! Thanks for your time,
BALLOONS delivered by the Balloon
Baboon for any occasion, from Truly
NORTHSTAB 3rd BASE. Interested in
another game. Your field or mine. T.
Vegetable. Reply personals
NOW THROUGH AUGUST-1/2 large
bedroom across from campus. Rent
negotiable, airconditioningl Call
ONE DAY FILM developing on color
slides, color and black and white punt
rolls at General Photo, 325 East
OUR FURNISHED, A/C apartment is
available for summer sublet. You and
two friends pay only $lOO/mo. each!
We're on E. College across from
South Halls. Call now! 234.4251
PEACE CORPS POTLUCK 'picnic for
former/future volunteers May 7, Ipm.
Call Ben W. for location 863.0249(PM)
PHI SIGMA BIOLOGICAL Honor
Society. Applications are available in
208 Mueller. They are due by Friday
PIKES: WHO WILL. be Wally's
successor? Get psyched for Mr. Pika
'B3 on April 25th! Love• the little
PLANNING A DEPARTMENT picnic,
workshop or retreat? Hold it at
Cedars' beautiful grounds and lovely
Victorian Mansion. Also perfect for
weddings, receptions, and
SE THE WORLD without joining the
navy! Earn college credit while on
Semester at Sea. For information, call
412-624.6021 toll free •
SELF-HYPNOSIS FOR STUDENTS.
Improve study, performance. Free
descriptive brochure. Psychology
Center, 8054(B) Valencia St. Aptos,
BEST WISHES TO Ukrainian club
(especially to Moim Kokhaniam),on
their Slavic festival performance.
BETA SIGMA BETA Sy Barash
Regatta-May Ist. Bald Eagle State
Park. Featuring the A's, Backstreets
and the Core. Guiness World Record
attempt. Purchase raffle tickets
today. Proceeds benefit the American
Cancer Society. Alcohol prohibited
BILL, CELEBRATE YOUR birthday
right—get "comatosed" on Saturday.
Happy 20th! Your little sis, Joanne
BREWSKI • WE HAVE It. What are you
willing to pay? The Flagnappers'•
BROTHERS OF ALPHA Kappa
Lambda - Jackson is white, the
,blue, your dishes are
gone and your pledges are too. Enjoy
your weekend. Beta Kappas
DAYDREAMS...DeIiveries with a flair.
Send him/her roses, champagne,
chocolates, etc. along with a singing
DEAR FINEROO (SWEETHEART,
darling, love•of-my•life), Happy
Birthday! I love you
DON L. FROM Acacia, dining with
you at Roy's was a tasteful
experience, Hypothetically, paying
you back will be a sensual
experience. Love, The Goddess and
the Vivacious Biscuit
DRINK ON, MEN: Herb, Tom, Dave,
Fred & Dennis - No doubt you'll win!!
Hail to the Princ.!!
DRINK YOUR GUTS out Saturday at
the Brickhouse for the Phi Psi. Open
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P* OR A GOOD time this summer,
sublet our spacious house•apt. 2 blks
behind Penn Tower, 2.3• persons,
$9 5/mo/per., porch great
sunning/partying. Call 238-9497
FREE! INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW
skills training. Call Larry or XYNA
between 11-12A.M. and 1-3P.M.
Monday through Friday at 863.2402 •
GO FOR IT! 209 HUB. Juniors get
your senior portraits taken today! Or
call for appointment: 865.2602
GUINESS WORLD RECORD attempt!
In hamburger eating Sunday April
24th at McDonalds on College Ave.
Begins 12:00. Come watch history in
HARRIS (BETA SIG)'WARNING: the
demons are uncaged and ready for
Regatta craziness. Love, D.K.Phi
"HAVE BELLY, WILL travel". No one
will forget the fun of bellydandlng.
HEY ALL•YOU PSU partiers: The men
from PIKA would like to kick off this
Phi Psi weekend by challenging you
to their own canoe races. So, if you
think you are able to meet our
challenge, stop out tonite, - Friday,
April 22nd at 9:00P.M. when we will
startplunging our oars into the, water!
I YOU HAVE $l6O and a way to New
York, you can be In Europe by the day
after tomorrow. For details call
Alrhltch toll•free (800) 372.1234
KAREN—HAPPY 20TH! Oh no, no
longer a teenager! We love ya! Lin
LEO'S PIZZERIA CONTEST giveaway:
grand prize trip to the Bahamas for
two. Enter today, 234.2490
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING
different? Send a singing and
dancing telegram. Tap-a•grams by
LOST: APPROX. 2 WEEKS ago my
amethyst beaded bracelet with three
(3) pearls on it. Irreplaceable
sentimental value. If you are the
marvelous person who found it
please call me!! Lisa 234-8140 or 237-
LOST 7000 JUNIORS who haven't had
their senior portrait taken yet. If you
find yourself, call La Vie, 86-2602,
and make an appointment.
MIDDLE EASTERN DANCE troupe
forming. Male & Female dancers
needed. For informaton call (6.11 pm)
MISSING SOME CREDITS? Take an
independent learning course home
this summer. For information call
865-5403 or 1.800-252-3592
ALL ADS MUST BE PREPAID AND MUST FOLLOW COLLEGIAN POLICY
Make checks payable to:
126 Carnegie Building
University Park, PA 16802
SEND YOUR SECRETARY balloons
from the Balloon Baboon. Truly
STEREO-40WDIGITAL RECEIVER; -
Cassette deck (Flourescent); •
D.D.semi, Quartz turntable; infinity
speakers; assorted albums; Koss
headphones; cleaning accessories;
colecovision wlventure, donkby k.
Call Sam 234-1089
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Monitor,
an International newspaper, can be
bought at 208 S. Allen St. '
THE SCORPION ROCKS Aprli•9th
Joker; 13th Daddy Licks; 26th KRB;
27th Harpo; 30th Triplum
WHAT' ARE THE Good-looking and
Hot P.S.U.-women doing Friday? We
want you a 1 our party. Curious?
Excited? Interested? 238.5503 .
WHAT LOGICALLY PRECEDES the
500?.The Zeta Psi 499, party, Friday
'night 9pm, 225 East Foster Avenue.
Everyone welcome-party benefits all
YOU'LL LEAVE AMERICA beautiful
(cheaply too!) when your Instant
passport photos are made at Bill
Coleman's. Call 238.8495 •
YOUNG, EDUCATED, HAPPILY
married, white couple unable to have
child, want to adopt infant to give
good home and security. All
expenses paid. Please call, collect
evenings and weekends (576)488-
• ABORTION SERVICES
e CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING
A Non-profit Clinic Dedicated to
Providing Medical Care
with Dignity and Confidentiality
Call Collect 412-661-8811
PAT'S TYPING SERVICE. Versatile,
very qualified, reasonable,
experienced resumes, letters, term
papers, dissertations. Call 237-2461
WRITTEN to match your career goals.
Original writing, editing, and typing
provided. Inquire about our low cost
service. Call budget resume at 237-
wanted to rent
By RICH BRADLEY
Collegian Sports Writer
The men's track team will be in
New Brunswick, N.J., this week
end for the Rutgers Relays, their
final competition before the all
imporfant Fenn Relays.
The meet 'begins at 1 this af
ternoon, with the individual ruti
ning events taking place today,
and field events and relays tomor
row. Between 30 and 35 schools are
expected to compete in the Rutg
With the important Penn Relays
beginning next Thursday, many of
the teams in the Rutgers Relays
will bekusing this weekend's match
as a preparatory meet.
Penn State Head Coach Harry
Groves sAid the Rutgers meet is
basically used to get teams used to
competition they will face at the
"This meet isn't actually a tone
up type meet for Penn," Groves
said, "but it will be used by teams
to work on things that they have to
work on in competition for Penn.
When you go to Penn, you're going
against the rest of the country."
The temperdture in New Bruns
wick' for this weekend is supposed
to be in th 4 50s, which will be
considerably better than it was for
last weekend's Nittany Lion Re
lays or for this week's practices.
At home in the relays last week
end, the squad ran away with the
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Hey Phi Psi,
Chuggers Runners & Lots of Fun,
ai We're working hard for #i!
Chug it Jo Ann, Sarah Jane, Diane,
Helen & Barb
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THE STUDENT FOUNDATION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
Penn State University A PENN STATE FIRST
Resident Theatre Company
Wed. April 27 8 p.m.
Thurs. April 2B 8 p.m.
By George M. Cohan, New version by Lowell L. Manful!
meet, winning 13 of the 24 events
against 20 other colleges.
Groves said since all the teams
competiting at Rutgers are from
the North and Northeastern part
of the country, everyone has had
the same problems as Penn State
with the weather.
, "We're all working around the
weather," Groves said. "As long
as everyone is even in terms of the
weather, I don't think there will be
"We're getting adequate work
outs this week, considering every
thing. We have some people with
head colds and stuff like that, but
that'll pass," he said.
In conjunction with the upcoming
Penn Relays, the 11th Annual
Penn Relays Marathon was held
last Sunday in Philadelphia.
Geoff Root, representing the
Spiked Shoe Club of Penn State,
placed third out of 700 marathon
entrants with a time of 2 hours, 38
minutes. The Spiked Shoe Club
placed second in the team compe
tition at the marathon
Root finished the 26-mile, 385-
yard course only 12 minutes be
hind winner Vince Touey. Other
Lions who finished high were Dave
Lucas and Bill Malchano.
Lucas ran the course in 2 hours,
39 minutes, to finish 11th overall.
Malchano placed 15th with a time
of 2 hours, 41 minutes.
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Netwomen host 3 strong teams
By JOHN BARANOWSKI
Collegian Sports Writer
If last week's Middle States Tournament was a
letdown for the women's tennis team, then this
weekend could be outright depressing.
After finishing a disappointing ninth in the Mid
dle States Tournament held in Trenton, N.J., the
Lady Lions will face three teams in two days this
weekend here at Penn State.
None of the teams Penn State faces will be easy,
and neither is the Lady Lions' schedule in the meet.
Tomorrow they face James Madison and then take
on William & Mary and then on Sunday they take on
West Virginia. •
"We'll have our work cut out for us, that's for
sure," Coach Jan Bortner -said. "We're going to
need a super effort in order to hang in there with
By JOHN BARANOWSKI
Collegian Sports Writer
What can they do for an encore?
After winning the NCAA title the
women's fencing team hopes to pick
up where it left off when the Lady
Lions travel to Philadelphia for the
The Csiszar Open is one of four
North American Circuit Cup tourna
ments which points can be earned
toward the Olympics.
Jana Angelakis, who won the Csis
zar last year and is the defending two
time North American Circuit Cham- P
pion, said she is optimistic.
"I'm confident I'll do well," An
gelakis said. "I've, been training ev
ery day and I'm in very good
condition physically. I came in ninth
in the Helena Mayer tournament in
San Francisco (the last North Ameri
can Circuit Cup tournament) and
hope to improve on that performance.
I'm not happy with coming in ninth,"
In this year's other Circuit Cup
tournaments, Angelakis won the
Michele Aleaux Open and finished
second in the D'Asaro Open. The
North American Circuit Cup title is
awarded based on the best three of
the four tournament results and An
gelakis is Currently in first place for
Since winning the National Colle
giate Athletic Association
championship, the team hasn't been
practicing too heavily. The Lady Li
ons have been practicing regularly
this week and last week and they
have fenced against the men's team
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"We've had a ,very good week of pfactice and
hopefully we'll - do well," Bortner added. "We'll
know how good we are after this weekend."
Kathy Holleran, James Madison's No. 1 singles
player, won the Eastern Regional singles title this
fall. The 'Lady Dukes second singles player Ingrid
Hetz is also ranked high in the Eastern region of the
If that doesn't seem a tough enough challenge for
Penn State, William & Mary is even stronger and
West Virginia is one of the top teams in Penn
State's Atlantic 10 conference
If there's anything working in Penn State's favor
besides being at home, it's the fact the team is in
, very good shape and could come on in the later part
of the matches where other teams will be getting
"We've worked harder than ever before in prac
tice this week and we should be ready to play,"
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"A team often goes into a slump
after a major win and I was con
cerned, that would happen after we
won the NCAA title," Head Coach
Beth Alphin said. "So I thought the
team needed a break."
"I think the break was more impor
tant than fencing everyday would
have been," Lady Lion April Miller
said. "We had been fencing practical
ly everyday for about six months and
we needed a break."
Miller is battling to keep a spot on
the U.S. National team and a good
performance could assure her that
spot. Miller is currently No. 10 in the
country and the top 12 fencers qualify
for the national team.
"I'm going into the this tournament
relaxed," April Miller. "In the Hele
na Mayer I was too nervous and
finished 24th, and in the Michele
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Lady Lion Captain Sue Whiteside said. "Hopefully,
we'll put our super hard effort to use. We're in top
"We're going into this weekend with a positive.
outlook. Our confidence is growing more and more
with each practice," Sue Whiteside added.
An additional challenge to Whiteside will come
when she faces Cherie Dow of William & Mary.
Dow transferred from Penn State two years ago
and is now the Indians' No. 1 singles player.
"Cherie was my former doubles partner my
sophomore year and I'm really looking foward to
facing her on Saturday," Sue Whiteside said.
Last year Penn State lost to William & Mary 8-1.
The Lady Lions didn't fare much better either
against West Virginia losing 6-3 and to James
"We're really pumped up for our matches and
determined to do well, Janet Whiteside said. "
Aleaux I was relaxed and finished
eighth," Miller said.
"For me the nervousness is over.
I'm calmer and much more confident,
in my ability, and I'm confident I'll do
"For other than Jana and April,"
Alphin said, "the Csiszar, gives the
girls a chance to fence with no pres
, sure at all." 7
The match will be senior Donna
Perna's last for Penn State, and she
regards the open as a chance to watch
some good fencing and have a good
"Maybe someday I'll get back into
fencing, but for now I'm going to
enjoy this weekend," she said.
In addition to Angelakis, Miller,
and Perna, Alyson Frost, Hope Mey
er and Hanne Skattebol will be fenc
ing for Penn State.
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