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00en's Center events are "After the ERA--Now women What?" "Parent Effectiveness Pru- Training" will be the subject of the noon meeting on Oct. 21 talk on by Don Ellis, Ph.D. on a "What's All the Fuss about 28 at Aerobics?" will be presented 's Center. at noon on Oct. 26 by Norma day, the Smith. Action or, Industrial Education and a "Get Technology Professor Glen at 2 p.m. Fuglsby will talk on winteriz- for stu- ing one's home on Oct. 27 during a noon program. Pipeline The film "Ways of Seeing" on Sept. 30 will be shown on Nov. 3 and 4, Cen- starting at noon each day. The film examines portrayal Nicol. of women in art. is the An Assertiveness Workshop sympo- Oct. 3-8 will be conducted by the Center Women's Center on Nov. 9 discus- from 1 to 3 p.m. "Computer Language You are Can Understand" will be pre- and contin- sented on Nov. 10 at 1 p.m. in and 20, the the Women's Center lounge. "Men's Liberation with host an Jay Warren Farrell" will be the Ford subject of a special videotape will in- show on Nov. 17 from noon to know- 2 p.m. at the Women's Center. The film highlights the men's proper repair, beauty contest held at East- ern. p.m. On Nov. 18, Robert Atwood repair istra- will speak on "Treatment of Menstrual Distress" at 1 p.m. Women, and history project September 23, 1982 EWU Supplement Page 7 Margot Knight, coordinator of the Washington Women's Heritage Project at Washing- ton State University, last June conducted an Oral History Workshop at the Eastern Washington University Women's Center in Monroe Hall. The workshop was designed to help local women collect oral history recordings from other women in the commun- ity. Above, Knight, at left, reads through a short play during the workshop with East- ern's Dixie Massengale. Watching in the background, from left, are Hellen Bannerman, Lori Lepski and Betty Rennebohm. Other local women attending were Mildred Montague, Bernice Killin, Marilyn Nichols, Pat Homer, Meta Gibbs, Ann Chenhall, Norma Smith, Lee Swedburg and Sherrie Helm. These women will be working on a history of women and their work in the community. Meetings this fall will be held every Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the Women's Center. Women's Volleyball Kathy Balabanis joins team Eighteen matches and three tournament appear- ances will mark Eastern Washington University's first women's volleyball season as a member of the new Moun- at the center. 8kaar will "What's for Dinner?" is the " tain West Athletic Conference this fall. 12 at the topic of a very special noon on "Any- presentation by the Women's in Olym- Center at the Hargreaves Food Lab. Jim Marshall will American prepare German Beef Roll- ups (Ronladen). Cost is $1.50 Y per person, and reservations reception with are required through the Women's Center. Capital- For details on any of the for IBM above, stop by the center in 114 Monroe Hall or call 359- be the 2847. on Oct. Tom ........ Each month, the Women's Women's Center will feature a different Nett local woman artist. If inter- at noon. ested, contact the center. topic, " .................. ortter's 00izz8 "WE MAKE EM - YOU BAKE EM" 1113 First St. 235-5114 IB n BB aB ml lIB IB II COUPON I I .00 OFF ' I . LARGE PIZZA m I EPT. 23 THRU 30, 1982 II :-: Cash value 1120 of one cent g IB am HI lIB l BB BB l IB lIB a STUDENTS - US FOR: CUSTOM PIZZAS LIB SANDWICHES OASTED CHICKEN NACHOS BURRITOS CLAM STRIPS APPLE APP'ErlT DRINKS 3to9- Fri.&Sat. 11-9 Coach Mary Rubright, also the women's athletic direc- tor, noted that EWU opened its 1982 season Sept. 17-18 in the University of Idaho Invi- tational Tournament in Mos- cow before the Eagles kick off their home season against Whitworth Sept. 21. Eastern, Idaho, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Weber State, Boise State and Portland State will make up the MWAC which will offer its first champion- ship at the conclusion of the upcoming volleyball season. League teams will be match- ed in a 14-game home-and- home conference schedule with the MWAC Champion- ships set for Nov. 26-27. Rubright also announced that EWU has concluded its recruiting by adding junior transfer Lori Hansen to the squad. Hansen, a 5'7" setter from Edmonds Community Col- lege, was a first team all- league selection in the Ath- letic Association of Commun- ity Colleges. She attended Lynnwood High School. Han- sen makes her home in Bothell. At Edmonds Com- munity College, she also served as team captain, as well as legislative vice presi- dent in the student body government. "We needed a setter be- cause of our graduation losses," Rubright said. "We're hoping that she can come right in and become a starter." 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