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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Only You Can Answer. .. The printed word reflects the thoughts of a group of rindividuals say , like the students of Behrend Center; and pictures tell the story of an activity that interested the girls or of an event that the boys participated in with pride. The printed word and the pictures are incorporated into a campus newspaper that serves these purposes, or else it just isn't a newspaper worth reading- (for that matter, isn't worth printing either.) That s why it's worth the time for students to inquire further into the aims of the campus newspaper. Does it bring you the news of coming events? Does it keep you well informed of all campus activities? These questions and many others will be asked during the semester, and, as usual, there will be many answers pro and con. However, the most challenging question that can be asked of a student is: Do you want a campus newspaper? The Nittany Cub is Behrend Center's newspaper. It is o£gani _^e _^ d j)^_ the_students. The news in it...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

_NBTTANT CUE Established October 26, 1948, as tne official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-we_« p =- 'y by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pa. Editor in Chief Dorothy Kaliszewski Associate Editors Jack Rimp, Jody Borkowski Assistant Editor Natalie Kobasa Feature Editor ' ' Jan Jackson Business Manager Robert Heater Assistant Business Manager Janie Brown Photo Consultants Jack Tupitza, Norman Patterson Staff Writers Diane Fagan, Sonya Weidner, Bob Detisch_, Joyce Gouger, Charlotte Flack, Pat Lentz, Nancy Hendershot, Bob Gornall, Pat Ingersoll, Valerie Neals, Rodney Beals, Bill Loell, Pat Metzger, Martha Overdorff, Jeanette Turner, Pat Stocker.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

THE MOST DANGEROUS- GAME (with apologies to Richard Connell) The sky to the north was an ebony cast. Through the dense ceiling of leaves, the first spatter of rain fell on an anxious face. In the background, the distant baying of the hounds split the still air of the forest like a thunder clap. Hastily the hunted tried to cover Ms tracks and confuse his hunters. Blindly, aimlessly, he sped on, knowing what his capture would mean. Suddenly, before him flowed a narrow stream. Reason flooded _oack into his troubled mind. At last an avenue of escape lay like a golden stairway. He splashed into the icy current hoping to elude his pursuers. His clothes clung to him like a second skin. Twice he stumbled and came up spluttering. His tee shirt was ragged and torn, but he did not feel the biting wind that swept down the gorge that rose suddenly around him like a gigantic wall. A wide path swept from the water's edge, straight up the steep bluffs. Madly he scrambled out, and began th...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

By Charlotte Flack "You-all know that I'll Mr. Hover has spent the past seven years in North and South Carolina?" Mr. Hover began his teaching career at the University of North Carolina, followed by two year's of instructing at Furman University in South Carolina. To do all this teaching, he received his education at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati College of Music, Amherst, and the University of North Carolina. From all of this education, he has secured his Master's Degree, and MEET YOUR FACULTY is currently working on his Doc-r tor's thesis. He is very much interested in music, photography, and sports. In the field of sports, swimming, tennis, fencing, and archery especially appeal to him. In the Armed Forces, he served in the Civil Affairs Corps for three years. Two of these years he spent in Europe. For likes, he says he has no particular favorite of food; he likes all food! His pet peeve is that he can't find enough time to do ev...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

BEHREND CENTER PRESENTS... By Diane Fagran Five feet two ,eyes of blue—that's Sue Ellen Lockley, better known as Susie. Susie is a petite blonde with a cheerful smile and a dynamic personality. She hails from New Castle where she was born on New Year's Eve, 1936. At New Castle High ', she was " class treasurer and a member of the choir. Susie spends her spare time singing and playing the piano. She's wild about the blues, especially "Mood Indigo" by the Norman Petty Trio. Her favorite vocalist is Kitty Kallen. After classes Susie can be seen with Bobbie playing ping pong. She likes all sports, and especially likes to attend football games. Pink and blue are the favorite colors of this well-dressed Miss. Chocolate milk shakes really rate with her. Her pet peeve is algebra, while her favorite expression is "Honestly!" She is always very friendly and has an especially pleasant smile for an Irishman. Sue was recently elected to the Dorm Council and voted Secretray of council by ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Editorial Shorts Do you like the Student Lounge? I'm sure you would like it much better in an uncluttered state. Empty pop bottles and full ash trays do not enchance the beauty of any room, especially one that is used by others besides yourself. Just a passing note: put back the pop bottles, and empty the ash trays. A cafeteria offers self service. This means selecting the food you wish for "the specific meal you are eating. Your responsibility does not stop there. The burden of removing dirty dishes and trash from the dinner table also falls on your back. Trays are provided for a dual purpose, so utilize them both ways. In all institutions of higher education, there is usually provided _^ in an appropriate place, a board for the posting of administrative and student announcements. When childish minds clutter the bulletin boards with their pranks, it leaves no room for official business. Remember, nonsense usually makes no sense!

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

It s Yours. Enjoy If! A couple of weeks ago, there was a dance down at Erie Hall. The crowd at this dance was a good crowd, which should have been better. This dance was not 'brought about through the funds supplied by the activities fee paid by you, the students. However, during the year, there are dances and other activities made possible by this fund. The only trouble is, that if attendance at these dances is not so hot, there won't be as many activities later on. Then you know what you'll do—you'll gripe. The loudest gripes will ¦ come from those who never set foot inside Erie Hall except for classes. For instance, the chairman of a dance committee may place his budget before student council, only to have another rebuff, and thus another dance or activity bites the dust, based on poor past attendance. The only thing to do is to get behind these record dances and get in there and enjoy yourself—after all, you're the ones who are paving for them.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Editor' s Note: To those of you who do not know who "Chenne" is, let me enlighten you. Chen-—ne—was-once the. dog of-sne of the assistant administrative heads of Behrend Center. Although the original "Chenne" is no longer among us, the tradition of some student assuming the identity of the dog is still in existence. "Chenne is an extremely nosey pooch, who is in the habit of snooping around campus and catching unsuspecting victims unawares. The real identity of Chenne is never known to anyone until his period of authorship has terminiated. So, be careful what you do, and how you do it, because even the walls have ears.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Sports cope By Bob Detisch This year's Behrend Center athletic program, under the direction of Mr. Milton Simon, men's physical education instructor, promises to appeal to all of the Behrend undergraduates. This is Mr. Simon's first year as physical education teacher; however, he brings with him an outstanding and varied sports background. He emphasized though that the bulk of the athletic program will be determined by the students: that is, it will be their responsibility- to inaugurate the tournamems ;uin the intramural competitions of special interest to them. If en¬ thusiasm is expressed, Mr. Simon will help to organize the activities. A tentative program began Mon day, September 27, with the news that there will be a men's singles table tennis tournament. Any male student,-be he freshman or sophomore, is eligible to enter. If you haven't signed up, do so right away. When all candidates have signed, competing pairs will be announced, and the play-offs will begin. Girls w...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

First _Impression Of Behrend Center By Natalie Kobasa Campus excitement fills the Behrend-atmosphere as the Fall term rolls around once more. Getting prepared t.o establish a different life and meeting new friends is quite "an experience. Sometimes falsehoods are built up in a person's mind before arriving at college about friends and campus activities. The impression of college life may be overestimated if life at home w&s rather boring. Also, looking at the same point in another -sense, the impression of college life may be underestimated if life at home was full of social activity with no studying or work to- do. •* The instructors here are so well qualified for their positions that it makes you feel as if you are on the main campus. Also, since Behrend is a small college, it gives the professors a better chance to get to know the students and, in turn, gives the students the same advantage. On arrival, the average student finds Behrend Center homey _' and relaxed...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Off and On the Campus Your reporter, is hard at work once again to bring you news about little things that happen in the daily lives of- the students. Ereshmen customs, the main subject of discussion around Behrend, will soon come to an end. This startling statement is probably a great relief to many of the suffering frosh. Oh, well, take solace in this, dear freshmen: next year it will be your turn, and revenge is so, so sweet! Summer shorts: Lois Owens attended Erie Commercial College this past summer, while Hugh Mc-Clinton enjoyed himself during his week's vacation in Canada. The rest of the three months, Hugh was quote: "a beach bum" unquote. Don Catlin pumped gas and wiped windshields in a service sta¬ tion, while Reid Yaple went one step further. He bought a service station at 26th and Holland St. The Perry Plaza proved a daily stopping place for Harvey Mclvor. He was employed by the A & P store there. Charlotte Flack-lucky girl—served as a counselor at a girl'...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Compy's Cuties That motley crew of girls that were seen striking out for the nature trail wasn't the local Campfire Girls. They were just Compy's physical education class starting their gym work for the fall semester. Nothing exciting happened except that Bobbie Johnston got wet. feet trying to miss the water. Slipping around on acorns and twigs was poor Sally Stauffer. All who went on this great excursion survived with only a few aches and pains. Compy has outlined the grave schedule for the vigorous girls who are going to try to co-ordinate those soft, flabby . muscles. Many strong scales along with extra short measuring tapes were needed when Compy's cuties started their annual weighing-in and measuring-out process. Girls, do you walk like apes, or sit like pillows? If you do, Compy will teach you the correct fundamentals of good posture. At the end of eight weeks Compy will have a tea at which the gals will demonstrate all they* have learned about the social graces to the ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Chenne Continued from Page 2 ious. Take Harvey Mac Ivor (the Sally Stauffer of the male sex) for example. I've seen better footwork during a cattle stampede. Then some girl they called Frenchy got up on the stage and started to scream (I guess they call it singing). I never did find out what she was hollering about, but if she was campaigning for council, I don't think she knew quite how to "stage" her campaign. As I was standing there howling at these crazy mixed-up kids, Ray Metz, with that idiotic hat of his on, started to walk over to where I was hiding, so I had to make a hasty retreat.. Then a. few nights later, as I was on my way over to Balmer's to borrow some milk bones, I noticed one of the Rembrandts of the campus busy at work on the light by the door to the dorm. I didn't know they were having night classes in art. Bob? Now that school has begun again, I hardly get a chance to sleep anymore. One night, after I had just curled up on my favorite rug and was about t...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

OFFICE CHATTER By Sonya Weidner Just a minute, young man and young lady, all those forms that you signed, tests that you took, and fees that you paid were activities handled by an integrated office organization which deserves more than honorable mention for its efficiency and understanding Now that .the thundering echoes of footsteps have dwindled down to an " _occasiocaT stomp of a freshman's boot, there's no reason why we shouldn't get to know the office staff, is there? First, there's Mrs. Adam, secretary to Mr. Kochel, Administrative head of Behrend Center. Mrs. Adam has been with Behrend Center since the doors of education first swung open to admit students in 1948. Right now, Mrs. Adam has broken her fine three year record of health that she was proud of and is nursing a cold. And then, there is Mrs. Frank Lepkowski, who is better known to some of us as Joanne Rys_, is still charming and quiet as the secretary to Mr. Hughes, District Representative for the Pennsylvania...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Frosh Are Tried For Violations On Monday, September 20, at 1:00 p. m. the sophomore reign of terror officially began. A list of do's and don'ts (mostly do' s) had been handed out the Friday before and freshmen were making a last minute check to make sure they had followed every requirement to the letter. At 10:45, the frosh could be seen glancing apprehensively at their watches and donning the parapharnalia. The sophomores, meanwhile, could be found near the Behrend Pine, eyeing the passing freshmen with joy. The instant the clock read 1:00, the razzing began in earnest. Signs were measured and examined to make sure they were perfect, and the campus rang with, "Hi," "'Button Frosh," and the four verses of the Alma Mater. For any violation of the "rules," the offender's name was written down and if a name appeared too often, he was tried by a kangeroo court. The complete court staff, including the defense attorney was made up of sophomores. The offenders were tried at the fir...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Hobby Creates Opportunity To Teach Riding By Rodney Beats Behrend Center has this semester, as a part of its Freshman class, an accomplished sportswoman in the person of Jo Ann Haumesser. Jo Ann, a graduate of Academy High School and an education student at ' Behrend Center, grounded her hoWby of horses and work with horses with a deep, childhood love for these animals. Her uncommon interest found fulfillment when she studied at the Sturgjs School of Horse Mastership, Wilton, Connecticut, under Fritz Stecken who has been the trainer for many Olympic riders. This summer Jo Ann spent at Sunnyfield Farms (Bedford), N. _Y. There she and two European instructors taught three hundred children the rudiments of horseback riding. Jo Ann's own horse is a product of New Canaan Mountain Troop in Connecticut, an establishment run by the noted author of stories and books about horses, Margaret Cable Self. (It was here at New Canaan that she did her practice teaching previously). Her Nibs,...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Sophomores Are In Sad Shape By Fat Ingersoll Sophomores are stuck-up! Sc says a petulant Prosh Miss. Now Miss X, I would like to refute that statement. Sophomores are the highest level of mankind. (At least at Behrend Center.) For instance, that tall, fair haired, Adonis who's stalking toward us with thunder clouded countenance. Naturally he won't speak. Why? Well, because he has just cut two classes to stand ' in the Bookstore line to obtain the books he needed for the two classes he cut. So! What do you mean so? Wouldn't you be storm-ridden if you stood there for two hours. to have the door slammed in your face with a very cheerful, "Sorry, come back at 1:30." Ah! I see you're slowly understanding. Another example! That shapely creature floating across the camp us. She's another ¦ Sophomore. Notice her misty eyes and tear streaked powder: She won't speak either. No, little one, she's not in love. She had Chem. lab this afternoon. Sulphur experiments. Nasty smell you know. ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

Rifle Range Is Sought By Club • On Tuesday, October 5, the initial meeting of the Behrend Center Gun Club was held. Mr. Patterson, instructor of Math, is the advisor of the club, and until officers are chosen, is acting as the president pro-tempore. Members of the club are Jack Tupitza, John Churchill, Al Kauf man, Bill Maeder, and Bob Karney. Anyone else who has an interest in guns and wishes to learn more about them can join, as membership is not yet closed. At the first meeting, the group discussed the most essential element that-will contribute to its success — ?. rifle range. John Churchill is in charge of investigating the Keystone Gun Club as a possibility for a range, and Bill Maeder will survey the Gannon College Range for the, same purpose. Reports are to be made at the next meeting, _when a definite decision should be reached. Prices of shells and other equipment are being estimated, so that a tenative budget can be submitted to student council for approval.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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