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

Dormitory Students Vote For Officers Last week, the dormitory girls, thirty-three in number, elected their dorm council. Since the dorm is now almost three times as large as last year's, the council is composed of eight members instead of four. •The duties of the members of this group are to aid in the enforcement of study hours, curfew hours, and other rules that relate directly to the dormitory students. The council members themselves selected their own officers. Carolyn Lucas, a speech clinic student, took the duties of president; Jan Jackson, returning sophomore, assumed the role of vice-president; Sue Lockley and Jane Kennedy were chosen as the secretary and treasurer, respectively. The other four members include Nancy Johnston, Nat Kobasa, Joyce Gouger, and Donna Cramer. The dorm met with Mr. Kochel, administrative head, to discuss regulations and activities for the remainder of the year shortly after the council elections.

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 Hold Court Pat Metzger, accused freshman, hopes to influence the judge of the Kangaroo Court with her winning smile, while Glenn Raynier, defense attorney, calls on his vast experience with court procedure to plead her case.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 8 October 1954

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Council Representatives Meet At Behrend Junior Colleges Compare Notes On Programs A special event this week end, the annual council conference, will take place here at Behrend Center. This conference will tie attended . by representatives of most of the Pennsylvania State University Centers and Junior Colleges and promises to be an impressive session. It will allow the different colleges to compare notes on their programs of student government, social activities, and sports tournament. With this in mind, the convention provides an opportunity for Pennsylvania State University Centers and other colleges to evaluate their progress. A long week end is planned for the benefit of the representatives who will arrive at Behrend on Friday evening, October 29, and will remain here until Sunday afternoon, October 31. Among those attending the conference are Vernon R. _Leftwicfr. P_^jS: _EJehcltsr George Slirumberger _._Tmd Robert Evans of the York Center; John Sicak, John Mizak, Jam...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Science Club Elects Officers The Science Club of Behrend Center held its initial meeting of the year on Tuesday, October 12. The club, whose advisors are Mr. Balmer, assistant professor of chemistry, and Mr. Shields, instructor of botany and zoology, plans to promote interest in all branches of science. Field trips, movies, and assemblies are part of their tentative program. Officers have already been selected. Tom Green will act as president; Fred Forbes will be the vice president; Janet. Evans will assume the duties of recording secretary; and Dick Russell will take the office of treasurer. Some of those in attendance at the first meeting were John Olson, Bonnie Champney, Marilyn De Marsh, Bob Heater, Nat Kobasa, Charlotte Flack, Dot Maxwell, Bill Loell, Chuck Agnew, Jan Jackson, Gerry Guzik, Gary Stultz, Ron Thomas, Diane Harris, Norma Michael, Sylvia Haise, Phil Hazen, Venice Ceccacci, Ronald Cionco, Peggy Duff, and Bob Maracci. On Friday night, October 22, the Science Clu...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Mr. Lane Names Fall Play Cast The cast for "Night Must Fall," the play that the Dramatics Club is presenting on November 17, 18, and 19 in Erie Hall, has foeen chosen. The people who are hard at work getting the production in shape are: Diane Fagan, Olivia; Fran Vidil, Mrs. Bramson; Willie Storer, Hubert Laurie; Paul Harper, Inspector Belsize; Fran Nielsen, Mrs. Terence; Sue Lockley, Dora, Parkoe; Pat Stocker, Nurse Libby; and Jack Rimp, Danny. The play, under the direction of Mr. Ben Lane, instructor of English and German, is a British melo-drama written by playwright _Emlyn Willams. Williams created the role of Danny, the bellboy in the production, on the New York stage. Besides the cast, technical crews are already organized. Crew heads are as follows: Jim Culberston, technical director; Donna Cramer, stage manager; Jody Borkowski, scene designer; Dot Kaliszewski, wardrobe; Blaine Smith, sound; Jack-Murray, Clem McClusky, and iElton Himes, lighting; Charlotte Flack, house...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Sophomores Plan Sixth Annual _Homecoming On the weekend of November 12-13, once more the alumni of Behrend Center will invade our campus to take part in the sports, games and usual good times that mean Homecoming time is here again. The sophomoz_^e class will handle the week end for our visitors and students now in attendance. Invitations have been issued to the Alumni of the seven years of Behrend's existence as a Penn State Center. The guests are expected to arrive on Saturday afternoon to participate in the basketball games, a traditional aspect of homecoming; the sophs have planned a banquet for all who wish to attend and any guests they might bring. The price for the banquet is $1.75 per person. The alumni dance, climax to the fun, ' will start at about 8:00 in Erie Hall. The theme will <be a fall scene this year, and the price lias been set at 50c a person, or 75c a couple. Committees have been selected by the sophs and their sponsor, Mr. Baker, instructor in ma...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Students Journey To Penn State By Jack Rimp On November 6, a number of students will journey to State, to take in the game between Penn State and Holy Cross. This excursion, under the. sponsorship of Mr. Hughes, district representative of Penn State, promises to be full of fun. A few of the students who plan to attend this game are: Jane Eisenberg, J o A n n Haumesser, Charlotte Flack, Mary Ann Jackson, John Mallory, Willie Storer, Mr. and Mrs. Bob GornaU, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson. A special feature of the half time activities will be a presentation of a number of district bands around the State College area, plus the State band and the Holy Cross organization. If the game itself does not draw a great number of Behrend students, surely the presentation of these musical organizations should interest some music minded individuals. The Behrend Center seats will be reserved between the 30-40 yard lines. Be sure to sit in this section if you go. Cars and drivers will be nee...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Chorus Selects Varied Scores A Behrend Center choral group has recently foeen formed to accommodate those students who wish to participate in singing for various functions at the Center. Mr. William Hover, instructor of music -and language, will act as the group's advisor, and will direct the musical selections. This chorus meets each Monday at 7:00 pjn. in the memorial room. Rather than elect a body of officers to head the chorus, s the studients decided to select a chairman and four assistants to aid Mr. Hover. One of the dormitory girls will be chosen to fulfil the duties of social director. The choral group has started working on "Falling In Love With Love" by Rogers & Hart, "Now Let The Heavens Adore Thee" by Bach, ' "Prayer of Thanksgiving" a Norwe gian folk tune, and "In The Still Of The Night" by Cole Porter. The chorus still needs basses and tenors to complete the voice raogesr _Memtoersa_^p is open to anyone who would iike .to join. The chorus also expects ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Bridge Players - Improve Skill By Jan Jackson The Behrend Center Contract Bridge players have found an energetic and helpful sponsor-in Mr. Gordon Baker, instructor of math and physics. This group, in spite of the difficult time they had in securing a legal meeting place, now has enough members to make three complete tables of -players. They gather each Tuesday evening, and the sessions last from 7:30 until 9:30. The object of this contract bridge club is to allow those who have a knowledge of the universal game to become better players, and to instruct those who wish to learn the whys and wherefores of this popular pastime. Members include Mr. Baker, Janie Eisenberg, Becky and Mary Ann Jackson, John DiPasquale_, Earl Schriver_, Carolyn Lucas. John Olsen. and Joni Haumesser.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Welcome The editors of the Nittany Cub would like to take this opportunity to welcome the representatives of the student councils of the other Penn State Centers and Junior Colleges of Pennsylvania, to Erie and Behrend Center. We sincerely hope that your visit here will be profitable and enjoyable. We have looked forward to this convention, as a chance to "show off" our campus to students of other Centers. We are proud of it, and hope that you will return to your schools with many pleasant memories of Behrend.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Committee Sends Invitations The student council committee, that is in charge of the junior college conference to be held at Behrend, is busy attending: to last minute details concerning: the meeting:. They are left to _rigrht, above: Herb Hanson, Norma Michael, Bill _Loell, Jack Mallory, Sally Stauffer, and Charlotte Flack.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

AROUND THE FIREPLUG By Chenne Hello again, Mr. and Mrs. Behrend Center and all the kids on D. I. R.; let's go to press! This is your wagging reporter, Chenne (your pal!), letting you in on the latest alluvial earth (dirt, to you) and gossip from around the campus. Wee Willie Storer, the Mighty Atlas of the campus, is an odds on favorite to beat Mr. Hoover's dead scorpions in their oncoming battle. As far as I'm concerned, that young man couldn't lick a stamp. Say. Jim Taylor certainly hangs around school at night a lot. I heard he is helping Charlotte Flack with her homework, but the whole thing sounds a bit mushy to me. Question of the issue: When are Jack McLaughlin and Sue Lockley getting married? (Oh well, Sue, you didn't want to send a copy of the Cub to your folks, anyhow). ¦¦ Sally Stauffer has really been giving the males around campus the air so far this year. What's in the air, Sal? You mad at the boys and making them lead a dog's life like mine? Bill -Maeder has bee...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Our student personality of the issue is Fred William Loell, who is better _, _' cnown to all his friends as 'Bill.*' This nickname is used to avoid confusion in the Loell family, as Bill carries the same Christian name,-ashis father. Born in Erie on February 25, 1933, Bill. has lived here since then. He started high school at Strong Vincent in 1948, and in that same year he joined the National Guard. The following year, he dropped out of school because of an illness. In the summer of 1950, the unit of the National Guard to which Bill belonged was inducted into _federal service, but after serving only three months, he received a medical discharge. For two years after his discharge, Bill stayed at the Erie County Tuberculosis Hospital. During this convalescent period, he had plenty of time to ponder his future. He hoped to go to Penn State, because he heard so much about it, but he had the problem that faces so many who want a college education—finance. BEHREND CENTER PRESENTS A...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

What Price Solitude? Because ithe connotation of the word "library" presents a picture of a quiet atmosphere given to study, the Behrend Center library, from outside appearances, seems to be the ideal place to prepare for a "surprise" quiz in history, whip an English "personal experience" into being, or complete a malth assignment. This is supposed to be the picture. But you can test the validity of such an environment your self, and see if this is the case. Step inside with your homework. Sit down and open your book. Then try to concentrate. The background of scraping chairsthe loud conversations, and boisterous laughter will contribute to attaining a total accomplishment of nothing. What is there to do then, but pack up and find an empty and quiet classroom that you can claim as your own for a few minutes ? Last year another editorial was written about this same problem. Read it. too. The librarian pinned it on the library door where it still remains. It was placed there in ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

MEET YOUR FACULTY by Pat Ingersoll This issue's faculty personality is Mr. Milton Simon. Although he is a newcomer to the Behrend campus, he is quite at home in this section of Pennsylvania. Raised in Erie 'a nd educated in the Erie schools, he spent a great deal of his life here. He is, as one would expect of a physical education instructor, mainly interested in sports. In 1946 he played softball for «he Erie Polish Falcon's Club. Then, during his four years at Perm State University, he played basketball each year, serving as captain of the team in 1949. His students will take special note of this, he hopes! Mr. Simon graduated in the class of '49 -with a degree in physical education. Mr. Simon, who is a commuter, lives in Erie with his wife. They have no children. For him, things seem .to run in two- year sequences. He spent two years in _tihe United' States Navy, two years at the Erie Boys' Club, and two years as a teacher in _itihe Erie school system. His favorite foods—...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

_NBTTANY CUB Established October 26, 1948, as tne official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center. Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-we**'/ 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 — 29 October 1954

We Need Co-operation In the last issue of the Nittany Cub, there appeared an article under the heading "Editorial Shorts" thait warned the students against abuse of the student lounge. Apparently this article went unnoticed. People still seem to think that the floor of the lounge is for scrap paper and cigarette butts, but it's difficult to see the resemblance between the lounge floor and a wastepaper basket. The ceiling of the student lounge has now been plastered, and the office has informed us that new furniture for the lounge should be forthcoming before the end of November. Everything that can possibly be done to aid ithe comfort of the students who inhabit the lounge, is being done. You, the students, will have to understand that, in order to show your appreciation for a comfortable place, where you can talk, play cards, watch televisionor just relax for a while, you must help to keep it fairly neat and orderly. — - We4asow that you will understand this p lea for co-oper...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Will You Be There? Team spirit? Yes, you may say that this expression is almost trite. It's been defined in so many ways and in so many _instances that people tire of hearing about it. But, for some strange reason/it often seems to be lacking. Basketball season at the Center will soon be underway This is where the problem comes in. The players are practicing hard to put forth their best performancebutt; will the students be on hand to back them up? Cheerleaders will have to be selected to represent the teaml The guys or gals who have cars will be able to help team spirit by providing transportation for those who have no way of traveling to the sites of some of the basketball games. Then, everyone will have to cheer loud and long to uphold the morale of the boys on the basketball court. If /this sort of relationship between the players and fans existsno one else will have to write an editorial in the Nittany Cub about the lack of team spirit, because we'll have so much of it th...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 October 1954

Announcement All veterans must sign their certificate of eligibility forms Monday, November 1. This form must be signed in order for you to receive your school allowance. If,' for some reason, you will not be in school on that day, or unable to sign the form, contact Mrs. Adam as soon as possible. The forms will be in the Administration office.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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