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Forestry Student Headed to Houston for Olympic Trials


Penn College forest technologymajor Anthony J. Tettis, profiled on PCToday in February , continues his quest for a spot on the 2008 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team.According to a recent article in his hometown Ridgway Record newspaper and an e-mail to his faculty adviser, in which he related his “awesome” summer of training and felling trees Tettis will be in Houston from Aug. 20-26 for the final Olympic trials.

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