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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Judge Hirt Is Main Speaker Erie's most recently established institution of higher learning, The Behrend Center of the Pennsylvania State College, will hold its formal dedication on Saturday, " October 30 on the west terrace of the campus, which is located approximately seven miles east of Erie proper, and about two miles south of Wesleyville on Station Road. Open to the public, the.dedication ceremonies will commence at 3 P. M v and are to be presided over by Edwin W. Nick, President of the ' Erie Advisory Board of Penn State's Behrend Center. The invocation and benediction during the official ceremonies will be handled by Reverend E. Maclay Gearhart, pastor of the Lutheran Memorial Church and longtime friend of Ernst R. Behrend, the late husband of the donor of the Behrend Estate, Mrs. Mary B. Behrend. Main speaker for the formal dedication will be Judge William E. Hirt,, Superior Court Judge of Philadelphia. . James M'ilholland of Pittsburgh and acting President of The Penns...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Council Drafts Constitution for Student Body Under the direction of Mr. Thomas Turnbull, history instructor, the • temporary student' council beaded by president, William Nelson, completed the first draft-of Behrend Center's -constitution. The constitution was mimeographed and distributed to the student body, Friday October 22. Tod _' ay the entire student body, was eligible to vote on- the constitution, which must be rafcif ied by two thirds of the students' voting. In the event that the student body does not accept the constitution, it will be "rewritten entirely, as it must be accepted as a whole. The writing of the constitution was held off while student council members asked suggestions of the students at large. These sug¬ gestions were put before the council and either rejected or accepted. The constitution in its original form is as follows: Article I. Name Section I. The name of this organization snail be the Student Government Association of Behrend Center of the Pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Night Classes Get Under Wav Not only is the Behrend Center of the Pennsylvania State College going at full speed during the day but it is also working overtime at night. Yes, classes are being held in the classroom building on Monday and Wednesday evenings.. The courses are being primarily held for those interested in furthering their former education along industrial lines. There are seventyseven students and 120 course enrollments. Many of these courses do not carry college credit but instead industrial units. The courses being taught and the teachers teaching them are as follows: Engineering Economics and Cost - Mr. Fefrell Strength of Materials _^ Mr. Steinberg Process Industries Mr. Steinford Managerial Accounting Mr. Kinney Tool and Die Design Mr. Foyle Electrical_^JMachinery Applications Mr. Schlosser Applied Mechanics and Strength of Material , Mr: Sternberg Kinematics Mr. Prendergast The Shop Foreman Mr. Ferrell Labor Relations Miss Lucy _^Jorton Electrical Networ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Alumni Holds First Meeting One of the first official alumni gatherings on the Behrend Center campus brought together a good percentage of the State College Alumni of Erie to view pictures of the State Southern Methodist Cotton Bowl pictures. Ridge Riley, coordinator for many of the extension activities of the college, was present to accompany the pictures with an interesting line of dialogue and chatter. Other business at the alumni meeting found Othmar Wuenschel, President of the group, suggesting that the alumni take a firmer interest in the activities of their school now that a new branch has been established in the area. Mr. Wuenschel also suggested that at the next meeting the Alumni put forth efforts to elect new officers for the coming year. Edwin W. Nick, President of the Northern Equipment Company and one of the strong boosters of the Erie Behrend Center, also intimated that the alumni meetings would be opportune times for the Erie alumni to get together to review old...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

We Thank You Mrs. Behrend In Grateful Appreciation We, the student body of Behrend Center's first class, want to take this opportunity to thank you individually and collectively_, Mrs. Mary B. Behrend, for your grand gift of this lovely estate, now our beautiful Campus. Far more important than all the appropriate surrounding physical properties, however, is the loving, considerate thought behind your donation which .has made possible greater, and more adequate educational facilities for not only the Erie area students but for young people all over western Pennsylvania who are looking forward to college days in the future. So once again, thank you, Mrs. Behrend, for this splendid move, so typical of your, husband, Erie philanthropist, Ernst R. Behrend. Mrs. Mary B. Behrend

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

DEDICATION WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Dress Will Be Informal for First Dance Saturday, October 30th will be the opening event- of the social season at Behrend Center. The newly formed student council has planned for this dance with the added help of Mr. Demp, and Mr. Bliley. The "Staters . Strut" will take place on Halloween Eve in the Student Lounge, and is expected to attract many students. The Cub Staff has been advised that dress should be very informal as there will be square and round dancing, with Howie Disk giving the calls. After an hour or more of this fast twisting and turning there will be refreshments served, consisting of cider and doughnuts. The dance committee consists of Bill Nelson, chairman, Judy Thomas, refreshments, Wes Pfirman publicity, Dunk Zimmerman, decorations, Janet Brown, chaperone committee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Grapplers Gather For Grunts, Groans Intramural Wrestling Practice is being held every Saturday morning from nine thirty to eleven forty five at the Lawrence Park High School. Participants will receive instruction and training for several months afterwards, and intramural tournament will be held and a champion crowned for each of the following weight classes: 121 lbs., 128 lbs _v 135 lbs., 145 lbs., 155 lbs.; 165 lbs., 175 lbs., heavyweight. About 20 grippers have signed up already. BACK THE NITl'ANY COB!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

BOOK STORE HOURS Monday and Wed 2:30-4:30 Tuesday and Thurs 1:00-2:00 Friday 3:30-4:30

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Personality of the Week It was the night of the A-Capella concert at Strong-Vincent High School. Tensely the audience waited for the opening words of "The Russian Cavalry Song." Suddenly the auditorium was filled with the thundering strains of this forcefu ' song. The mixed voices sang as they had never sung before, building in force, then stopping abruptly, waiting for one, two, three four voices to sound separately then together. They waited. Three voices sounded in time but—whai had happened to the first one_^ Dunk Zimmerman hadn't been wat ching the director and he just forgot to sing. Dunk's real name is Phillip bu1 he was dubbed Dunk at the age of three, no one knows why. He was born in Erie on May 6, 1929, He graduated from Strong-Vincent High School in 1947. Dunk is Eive feet nine inches tall and weighs one hundred fifty-five pounds. Eis hair and eyes are brown. Just lik& everyone else, Dunk has his own set of likes and dis likes. His favorite is horses. Blue i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

By Nan Bierman The White Cliffs Alice Duer Miller "The White Cliffs" is a poem beautifully told of an American girl and an English man who marry at the outbreak of the first World War. The problems they encounter are the main theme of the story. Mrs. Miller- tells us of the feeling between England and America at this time. This book expresses both the American and English views to each other. Good Night, Sweet Prince Gene TWler Gene Fowler has written a deeply moving story, of his great friend John Barrymore. The great profile's wit and sincere ability to live his part will make him an immortal person in the American theatre. It is true that talent such as his is not always used to the greatest advantage but Barrymore gave pleasure to millions , which was his greatest satisfaction. Fowler has given his great friend . a tribute long to be equaled in "Good Night, Sweet Prince;" BITS OF BOOKS Prince of Foxes Samuel Shellbarger When your columnist began "Prince of Foxes" she was o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Know Your Faculty If variety is the spice of life Mr. Herman Belferman, instructoi of languages at the Behrend Center, should be well qualified to confirm the fact. In announcing the appointmeni of Mr. Belferman to teach both Spanish and French at the new Erie college, Mr. T. Reed Ferguson, administrative head, revealed thai the school had selected the language instructor not only for his linguistic abilty but also for his versatility of experience in related fields. Along with his education abilities Mr. Belferman, who received his A~B. degree from City College of New York, is also well-qualified to teach formal and informal dancing and, dramatics, having directed these extra-curricular activities for his alma mater. Before reaching an instructor's rank in the language field, he also studied voice for three years and plans in time to coordinate a concert career of both popular and semi-classical music along with his other activities. A baritone by training, Mr. Belferman long...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

LET'S GO, GANG Dedication Day, next Saturday, officially opens Behrend as a center of Pennsylvania State College. We, the first class, certainly enjoy more privileges and opportunities than any other college in the state. The recreation facilities and natural beauty of Mrs. Behrend's former country estate are unlimited. Although these facilities appear there are long range p-ians to be put able. These include numerous other to be constructed whose design and lege officials and architects. Being the first class, we bear the burden of responsibility. The habits we form, the precedents we set and our manner of handling school activities will initiate customs which will probably remain with the school after we have have left. The reaction thus far to most activities has been of the best type. The Student Council has been organized, a constitution drawn, plans made for numerous social activities and organizations and a sports program started. Our participa 1 - tion in these eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

•_sh jfcln MUSIC _JP9H MEMOS By Marjorie Fleming Outstanding among musical events of the past week was th< appearance at Strong Vincent auditorium of the First -Piano Quartet. This unique group of pianists presented by the Villa Maria College Cultural Society, ranks high among internationally famous radio,, recording, and concert artists. Among the selections played by the Messrs. Padwa, Mittler, Garner and Edson were: Mozart's "Rondo"; "La Campanella" and the "Second Hungarian Rhapsody" by Liszt; Debussy's immortal "Clair De-Lune"; and "Malaguena" by Lec uona. Soon to come before the Erie public is Thomas L. Thomas, American baritone. Mr. Thomas, stai of several radio programs, and 2 Victor recording artist, will alsc be sponsored by Villa Maria College. In the popular vein were Carmen Cavallero and Gene Krupa with their orchestra at the Erie Armory. Band Meets A preliminary meeting of the band proved satisfactory in bringing together a number of student instrumental...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

7£e _NITTANT CUB Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of. Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pa MILES HARVEY _^ij _^_g _ffiim_^t W _^9$: J- p - SPIERLING Editor \* _y _,$L{lfiliiiiy_£ji[ _' $_*"*_$ Business Mgr. REPORTERS Penny O'Neil, Bob Betz_, Dunk Zimmerman, Nancy Weston, Cy Loesel, Marilyn Garden, Nan Bierman, Dorothy Holstrom, Joan Burdino, Maida Moskowitz, Marjorie Fleming;, Sally Dickson, Ruth Gross., Elizabeth Dunlap, Tom Tucker, Gibb Brownlie, Bill Klaban, Gene Sunberg-, Judy Thomas and Don Blair.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Strike! and the familiar sound of the "maples" splattering to the floor opened the first night of competition for the Behrend Center Bowling League. Berry's Central Recreation Alleys was the scene of many an effort to put the balls in that 1-3 pocket. For most of the girls, the weaker sex you know, it was really an effort to toss those twelve pounds of mineralite down the alley. The out of town students, particularly those from the Pittsburgh area, must think we in Erie are uncivilized. When Mr. Thurbon Informed them, .that our league would roll tenpins, all you could hear was, "What, no duck, pins?" and "Don't they have duck- pins here?" I think for the most part though, they liked our "Primitive" tenpins. Everyone that is, but John Pagonis. He was worried to death trying " to figure out how he was going-to get his thumb out of the hole when he threw the ball. Mr. Gottlund is a right sprite bowler, considering the fact that he is a math teacher. The pin-boys were really giving:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Hayseed Suzie Reports It was 6:30 and.there was not a drop of water in the faucets. There usually isn't when every gal hi the dorm is trying to take a shower. What was the big occasion? It was an hour before the boys were to pick up their dates for the hayride! Sweaters, jeans, and saddle shoes flew all over the rooms. Finally, the time came and the gals sat quietly awaiting their handsome escorts. Several car loads took off for the Townline barn. Unfortunately four couples were without rides. -With the kind assistance of Miss Painter, the jeep, and Mr. Banner, the rest of the gang got there just in time to see the first wagon pull out. The first load started out with quite a lot of noise and confusion, but shortly things quieted down. Just ask the two Judys! Ruth and Nan held on tightly to their dates from Gannon, while every time Kip moved Nan Weston got a knee in her ribs. In turn Joan and Don got booted in the head. As usual Frances Finesod got stepped on every time she ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Students Will Decide Name of Recreation Center at Behrend It's all your lounge, kids! Why not give it a name? For four weeks you've been drinking your Cokes, smoking your cigarettes, and even doing some homework there. Dances have been held there. More dances are to be held there. Throughout freshman week, the student lounge was the center of many activities. Its rustic walls have watched many romances develop. . . .you'can't deny that! So lefs give it a name_^ huh? A name that typifies the spirit of Behrend Center and of the Pennsylvania State College. A box, in which you may place your suggestion for a name, will be in the lounge before long. Come on, gang.'Start thinking ' Every idea is worth consideration. Find an original name for your student lounge! What is Your Choice?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Campus Clubs Are Organized Choral Group Mr. Herman Belferman stated that with many students desiring to join the chorus,, a series of tryouts will be held to form several groups which will learn different types of choral work, such as: glee club, popular singing, and semiclassical. If possible, the chorus will coordinate its activities with the band. Currently, the chorus is to meet Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:00 to 3:30 in the Student Lounge. The chorus could use any copies of choral arrangements. Pianists are urgently needed for both rehearsals and performances. Dance Club The main purpose will be to enable beginners to get the basic steps and afford them sufficient practice. The dance club is in need of capable interpreters of each style (dancers) who will, under the direction, illustrate the steps of the fox trot, rhumba, etc. Until further notice, the club meets Monday from 4:30 to 5:30. Language Clubs These are not necessarily limited to students of Spanish and French,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 26 October 1948

Stationery Letterheads Business Cards Tickets HARVEY PRINTING SERVICE All Forms of Job Printing M. HARVEY 2312 Main St Tel. 6-6479 " Erie, Pa.

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