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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 March 1954

STRIKES and SPARES CTT3 By Jack Rimp Behrend's Bowling League got off to a fine start a few weeks ago with a much smaller roll call than last semester .Schedules make it impossible for some of the old members of the league to come, but some new faces, ( four in number), have joined the ranks: Barb Orchard, Sandy Edelman, bringing confusion even to the allies, Pat Lumbard, and Larry Lechtner. Four teams were organized this term, as opposed' to eight last semester. They are: the Snipes, with Bud Schultz as Captain; the Cardinals, with Tom Vieira; the Vultures, with Reid Yaple; and the Eagles, with Jack Rimp. Barb Orchard, who told us that she was such a terrible bowler, rolled out a 159 the second game If that's bad, 'I Wanna' Be Evil." The Speech Clinic is well represented by Ed Hammer and Pete McGaffic. Both boys have been rolling in some fine scores. Larry Lechtner has deposed our long time "King of Strikes," Uncle Dave, by racking up seven strikes in a row!!! Wow!! Larry w...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 March 1954

Ode To Mr. Shields "Until I heard the doctor say "There's danger in a kiss,' I had considered kissing you The closest thing to bliss. But now I know Biology And sit and sigh and moan, Six million mad bacteria And I thought we were alone." —Bacteriology Tea Sons

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 March 1954

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 March 1954

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 12 March 1954

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Behrersd Celebrates Its Annual Mardi Gras Dates Set For Spring Comedy The Behrend players, under the direction of Mr. Ben Lane who is the players' advisor, will present as .their spring production, "Out of the Prying Pan," by Francis Swann, on April 6, 7, and 8 in Erie Hall. The performance on April 8 will be in conjunction with,the annual Mardi Gras celebration. Many rehearsal hours have gone into the production and it proves to be a fine show. The play was made 'into a movie under the title of "Young and Willing," which was a recent presentation of the local T.V. station, W. I. C. U. The performances will foe open to the public, and tickets will be 65 cents for students and $1.20 for adults. You won't need the U. S. Mint to come to the Mardi Gras; just bring along an idea of having a good time. Pictured above are Reid Yaple, rarnival/ barker; Lynn Montague, collecting the money; 'i'om Graczyk, emptying the bank; and Dick Allen, holding part of the U. S. mint. Carnival Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Costume Prizes To Be Awarded The Mardi Gras has the advantage of being the first costume ball to be held at Behrend Center this year. Costumes of all sorts will be seen Friday, April 9 when the big event gets underway. A lot of people seem to think that if they don't have a ready made costume for the affair, they don't want to come. Dig through the old boxes up in the attic or rack your brain and think up a great idea for your costume. Oome as a carrot or a tomato, or dress up like a queen. Humphrey Bogart outfits always go over big. Prizes will be awarded for costumes, so try your best to win. You'll have fun trying to guess who your friends are, and they'll have fun trying to guess who you are. Get into the swing of the costume idea, and come to the Mardi Gras. Frannie Nielsen and Willis Gill grin and bear it, as they feature a type of costume that could be worn to the Mardi Gras. The play cast is hard at work setting up the scenery for its spring production. Above, left...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Booths Add To Mardi Gras Fun April 9, in Erie Hall, the advisory groups of Mr. Thurbon, assistant professor of English, and Mr. Steawrt, assistant administrative head, will present the annual Mardi Gras celebration here at Behrend Center. Among the many carnival features of the evening will be booths. What kind of booths you ask? That's up to you. The Mardi Gras committee urges you, -the students, to submit your ideas for booths that are in a carnival theme. But remember, the Mardi Gras will take place in just about one short week, so get your bids in early. And hear this! Prizes will be awarded to the most A fortune telling booth will be one of the many attractions of the Mardi Gras. Staring into the Crystal Ball is Janie Bastow. popular booths. All kinds of booths are wanted, and the committee has prizes, decorations, and building materials on hand for those who get their bids in first. The prizes for the booths will be timely and attractive. Plants and food head the lis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

"Goodbye, Mr. Chips" We, the students of Behrend Center are saddened by the news (that Mr. Ferguson, our friendly and understanding dean, will depart from the campus in the near future. Mr. Ferguson came to Behrend on July 6, 1948, the day that Mrs. Behrend signed the deed giving the Center to Penn State. At that time, the college office was downtown. Mr. Ferguson began the work of preparing Behrend for the first student body ever to have classes at the Center. He set up an office in the tiny room located behind the kitchen, and with a newly hired secretary, a kitchen table for a desk, and the convenience of one telephone and one typewriter, he began the task of finding a suitable faculty to staff the school for the coming semester. In August of the same year, his wife, and his daughter, Cornelia, who was only eight months old, came to join him. The house, that they now occupy, still had tenants, and the Fergusons' furniture had to be stored in the Memorial Room, until they co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Flash! Flash! This morning the Behrend Center State Gestapo repented that Ohewne, our snoopy reporter rtjd been dognapped from his kennel and is being held for $12.98 ransom. An anonymous phone call was received by the Nittany Cub office demanding that the money, in small bills, should be delivered, wrapped in plain newspaper, to a man walking north on State Street. He will be wearing a green orchid in his lapel. The money must be delivered before 12:00 tonight. The mysterious caller warned that if .the money was not delivered, Chenne would lose all his hair—one at a time! This paper does not intend to stand -by and see this happen to our star reporter. We understand that because of the nature of Chenne's column, he has many enemies. For this reason, we do not intend to stand by and see some chagrined student commit this monstrous crime. Whoever dognapped Chenne had better see that he returns in perfect health, or the Cub will take steps to remedy the situation. We demand ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Lynn Montague As the faculty personality of this issue, the Nittany Cub chose Mr. Gordon L. Baker, an instructor in physics, math, and physical science at Behrend Center. Mr. Baker, a native of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, attended Augustana College in Sioux Falls for two years before, as he so nicely puts it, "the Air Force caught me." He attained the rank of First Lieutenant and worked as a meterologist during the four years of his service career. Besides being overseas for a year and a half, Mr. Baker traveled through the Hawaiian Islands, Saipan, and Iwo Jima. (He wishes to make it known .that he was not one of the four marinas who raised the flag on Iwo Jima. The Air Force stationed him there during a peaceful period). Puerto Rico interested him when he studied .tropical meteorology in that country at the University of Puerto Rico. He tells of the excellent English that many of the Puerto Ricans speak. When his stay in the service was completed, Mr. B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

BEHREND CENTER PRESENTS... By Jan Jackson Kay Powell, president of the dormitory, and a business education major who hopes to teach someday, is a native of Distant, Pa. which, she explains, is near New Bethlehem, which is near Oil City. Prior to coming to Behrend, where she is a second semester freshman, Kay worked as a secretary for the supervising principal at Redbank High School. While a student at Redbank, Kay held various school offices, mostly secretarial, such as secretary oi the senior class, the student council, and the year book committee. Continued on Page 5 BEHREND HAS IT! We were talking in the dorm the other day, as mo^t always, and the topic of conversation finally landed on the subject of school spirit. "What is school spirit; how does a person know it?" Well, first of all, let's say that school spirit is pride. It's pride in one's school and in one's self. But, it is even more than pride. It involves friendliness, courtesy, support of school functions, coope...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

NITTANY CUB Established October 26, 1948, as tne 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. /€^"%X Nj|55y Editor-in-Chief .. — Dot Kaliszewski Assistant Editors Jody Borkowski. Anne Walsh Feature Editor Dottie Parks Business Staff Barbara Orchaid, Larry Dunfee, Bob Black. Staff Artist Tom Graczyk Photographer Jack Tupitza Writers Chenne, Jan Jackson, Eileen Lardo,, Lynn Montague, Bill Maeder, Jack Rimp, Jim Lay

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

AROUND THE FIREPLUG .... By Chenne When we had that big snow storm a week or so ago, I thought I'd never be able to crawl through the white stuff to dig up some news, but the crazy Erie weather changed again, so "Never fear, when Chenne is here." While, musing over a bowl of mashed milk-bones, (practically ruined my teeth lugging Joe Schmitt's empty bottles away from my fireplug) I was interrupted by "Frenchie" Montague racing madly for the dorm. She was being pursued by a tall, flop-haired creature in a plaid jacket. Once in a while she would forget and run the wrong way, These girls haven't been the same since Gannon stopped having weekend dances. I had a hard time keeping up with everybody after Duffy's Tavern was over, so I just picked up one hot trail that ted to the New York Lunch. I rolled my eyeballs in dog-ged surprise as Bill Simmons and Jack Murray invaded the ladles' rest room in the wee, wee hours of the morning. Sorry, boys, Petsy used all the pink pastel stuff...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Center is Site Of Ariiorefyin Behrend Center is to blossom forth this summer with an arboretum. Actually, an arboretum is a plantation of trees grown for study or for popular interest. The Carrie T. Watson Garden Club, to which Mrs. Behrend once belonged, sponsors this as a project. The women mainly responsible for this project are Mrs. John Roos, president of the Garden Club, and Mrs. ir'iter Pulakcs, who is chairwoman of the committee assigned to the job of setting aside some of the Behrend property for the arboretum. Others on this committee are Mrs. Harold Ogden, Mrs. C. Dean Klahr, and other wives whose husbands are on the advisory committee for Behrend. The Garden Club hopes to do the first planting of trees this summer under the direction of Mr. Walter Trainer, supervisor of landscape architecture at Perm State University. The proposed initial planting will start at the entrance driveway with Mr. Arthur Shields, botany instructor, acting as curator in charge and the B...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Committee Plans Easter Program ine hanging of the greens, which is usually held at Christmas time, was postponed because of the bad weather last semester. In the place of this annual event, a Palm Sunday service is being planned for Behrend Center. Mrs. Falkenhagen, speech instructor, is in charge of the program. Bud Schultz, council president, will do the honor of laying the wreath on Mr. Behrend's grave at Wirstergreen Gorge Cemetery. The event will take place on Palm Sunday afternoon at a time that will be announced, and everyone is invited. The program is being planned by the committee, which includes Harlean Benec, Dick Allen, Rodney Beals, and Al Gesler. It will start with an invocation followed by various speeches pertaining to the Easter season. Several musical selections will add variety to the schedule of the afternoon .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Carnival Continued from Page 1 freshment booth will feature cake, cookies, and doughnuts. Cakes will also be given away as prizes and the walling and interested individuals who have donated cakes might win a prize for the besttasting cake. So, if you're inclined to experiment in the. art of baking once in a while, here's an opportunity to share your creation with a group of people who will certainly appreciate it. The admission fee for the Mardi Gras is 25 cents to the students of Behrend Center and to the public. High school seniors from all the high schools around Erie will be admitted free. Admission will also be five to high school seniors for the Dramatics Club production "Out of the Frying Pan" presented on Thursday, April 8, at eight o'clock.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Tiles Will Be Sold April 9 When the new student lounge plans finally grew into a reality and work commenced on .tine task, the only thing that the student council lacked was funds necessary to do the job. The idea of having a tile floor contributed by the students arose in council; the dorm girls volunteered to raise the money for the tiles. The suggested plan was that all students who purchased a square would write their names on a large, blocked sheet of heavy paper, that is placed on one of the classroom building walls. Each square represents one tile of the floor. The squares, selling for ten cents, have netted sixty-three dollars thus far, but seventy more dollars are still needed . The student who holds the most number of blocks is Jim Culbertson. Lee Dieter has the next highest number, and Mr. Baker is third on the list of investors. The square-selling campaign will continue throughout the month of April. Any dorm girl will be glad to take your contribution. The Germa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 5 April 1954

Administrative Head Takes New Position at Penn State University Mr. T. Reed Ferguson, dean and administrative head of Behrend Center, will leave the picturesque landscape of Behrend campus to assume an important staff position at the Penn State University. It is believed that Mr. Ferguson's new status at Penn State will include the supervision of workshops, such as the Science Teachers Workshop held at Behrend, recently; administrative head of con ferences, and administrative jurisd radio work, mechanical arts, and Mr. Ferguson otion of short courses in television, others. After a petition of the surrounding communities to initiate a liberal arte college in the vicinity of Erie County, the Erie extension of Penn State, Behrend Center, started its educational career in July of 1948. Mr. E. L. Keller, Penn State director of general extensions, recommended Mr. Ferguson for the. post of administrative head of Behrend Center. Expenses, budgets, maintenance, repair, relations...

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