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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 29 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 — 29 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 — 11 November 1954

Record Crowd Is Expected for Homecoming Alumni Arrive At Behrend For Sixth Annual Reunion Behrend Center's traditional homecoming will be held this year on Nov. 1213, and 14, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday respectively. The sophomoreswho will handle the details for the weekend, and Mr. Baker, faculty advisor for the .event, have announced the schedule of activities for the annual occasion. The beginning-, of the sixth annual homecoming festivities will be ushered in on Friday evening at 8:00. At this time, a reception in the Memorial Room will be held to welcome the early arrivals and to give the alumni and the present students a chance to get acquainted. Presiding over this reception will 'be Jim Culbertson, president of the student council. The round of events, planned by the various committees, will officially start the _following afternoon, Saturday. At 1:00, in Erie Hall, the annual basketball games between the alumni and the students will commence. As alwaysthe girls will ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Dramatics Club Completes Plans For Fall Drama By Bob Detisch The Behrend Center Players under the direction of Mr. Lane, instructor of English and German, will present "Night Must Fall," a physchological murder mystery, on the nights of November 17, 18, and 19 at 8:15 p. m., in Erie Hall. The prices of the tickets will be 75c for students and $1.20 for adults. Story of the play: "Dan is a ibellboy in a resort hotel remotely located in Essex, England. Having seduced Dora Parkoe, a maid at Mrs. Bramson's home, Dan is summoned to the Bramson cottage. "Such is his charm that Mrs. Bramson is immediately taken with him, adding him to her household servants. The murder of a guest at the hotel is traced to Dan by Olivia, an unhappy niece of Mrs. Bramson's who elects to shield the boy. "Dan, grateful but powerless m the grip of his homicidal instincts, plots the murder of Mrs. Bramson for her moheyr-The_~ police-take him away to be hanged, leaving Olivia relieved but desolate." The p...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Heads Reveal Future Changes Mr. Kochel, administrative head, and Mr. Campbell, assistant administrative head, have revealed that the students of Behrend Center will witness many changes around the campus in the very near future. At the present moment, the administration has submitted plans to the Pennsylvania State University for an additional classroom. Although the plans are still pending approval from Penn State, dimensions for the new classroom have ibeen drawn. The estimated area, which will take up approximately one-third of the storage space on the second floor of the classroom building, is roughly 16 ft. by 30 ft. When the design for the classroom meets with approval, the possibility of relieving crowded conditions caused by increased enrollment will be realized. As a result of a gift from Dorothea Conrad, Erie Hall will be acoustically treated. A company has been contacted to do the work. An encouraging prospect of the installation is that the acoustical tiles have al...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Mr. _Rochel Gives Speech At Banquet One of the special activities of homecoming weekend at Behrend Center will be the homecoming banquet. The banquet will ibe held downstairs in Erie Hall, at 6:30,. on.Saturday, November 13. Mr..; Kochel, administrative _Tiead of, Behrend Center, who will sit at> the head table, will welcome toold alumni with an opening speech. ' The menu ' for the banquet will include: Roast turkey. Cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, tossed garden salad, tomato juice, carrots and peas, apple pie, and coffee or milk. The food will be provided by the Benrendt Restaurant of Erie. Herb Hanson, chairman of the banquet committee, and Mr. Gordon L. Baker, faculty advisor for the homecoming weekend, expect the assembled group of alumni_, faculty, and students to number at least a hundred people. During the banquet, favors will be given to all who attend for remembrances of the 1954 traditional reunion of Behrend Center. * A fitting conclusion to the homecomin...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Co-Eds Submit Contest Photos By Diane _Fagan On Wednesday, November 10, the homecoming queen of Behrend Center was chosen by popular vote of the student body, at an assembly held for that purpose. The ballots were written and were submitted to the queen contest committee, Jack Rimp, Joe Schmitt and Bob Brandt. The committee counted the ballots, and the names of three girls selected as princesses were announced. The three girls will reign over all the homecoming festivities. At the coronation ball on Saturday, November 13, one of the girls will be chosen queen and the other two will (be her attendants. This is the first time in the history of the Center that a queen has been chosen. Any girl, dormitory, speech clinic, or commuter, could compete for this honor. Each girl submitted a petition signed by ten students and a picture of herself. Mr. Patterson, instructor of math, was the official photographer for the girls. The pictures of the entrants were on display for two days pre...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Council Chooses Lounge Furniture By Jack Runp The student lounge will soon be greatly improved by the addition of much needed furniture, through the facilities provided by Penn State. Recently, Norma Michael, Jim' Culbertson, Sam Wallwork and Mr. Kochel, administrative head, went to Trask. After much consideration, they finally chose a suite that was both serviceable and stylish. The furniture is constructed of ash wood and artfully twisted and marked to resemble bamboo. The covering is. of a pastic material, and now the committee is deciding on an appropriate harmonizing color. A couch, two chairs, a- settee, and end tables are the articles that were picked as most needed. The furniture should be placed in the lounge within the next.month and should provide a greatly welcome change.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

HOMECOMING EVENTS! FRIDAY 8:00 P. M.—Reception of alumni in the Memorial Room. SATURDAY 1:00 P. M. — Basketball game (Alumni vs. Students) in Erie Hall. 6:30 P. M.—Banquet supper in basement of Erie Hall. 8:00 P. M.—Homecoming dance (Coronation of Queen) SUNDAY 1:00 P. M.—Farewell to alumni.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Students Prepare Banquet Setting Sophomore boys aren't slouches! In the picture above, they are learning- the fine art of setting- a banquet table with silver and china. Paying: close attention to Jan Jackson are (left to right)—Joe Schmitt, Ron Cionco_, John Churchill, Bob Teaser, and Bob Detisch.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

_NITTANY CUE Established October 26, 1948, as tne official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-we_^y by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pa. Editor in Chief Associate Editors Assistant Editor Feature Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Photo Consultants Jack Tupitza, Mr. Norman Patterson Staff Writers Diane Fagan, Sonya Weidner, Bob Detisch, Charlotte Flack, Nancy Hendershot, Bob Gornall, Pat Ingersoll, Rodney Beals, Bill Loell, Jane ¦Rispnhprp- ^ . Dorothy Kaliszewski Jack Rimp, Jody Borkowski Natalie Kobasa Jan Jackson Robert Heater Mary Jane Brown AROUND THE FIREPLUG .... By Chenne (canine's gift to mankind) "I think that I shall never-see, anything so lovely as a tree." You know, that man Kilmer was really with it. My true poetic preference_, however, lies with the poem "The Fire Hydrant, " written toy the famous Danish poet St. Bernard Moderns, of course, call him ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

MEET YOUR FACULTY As our faculty personality of this issue, we present Mr. Ernest E. Fryer, instructor of clinical speech at Behrend Center. Mr. Fryer was born in Boyertown, Pennsylvania, the same city that Mr. Kochel was born in. Mr. Fryer received his bachelor's degree in clinical speech in Lock Haven, Pa., his master's degree at the Pennsylvania State University, and is presently working for his doctorate. Along with his major in clinical speech, he is also minoring in clinical psychology. During World War H, he spent three years in the Pacific with the Fifth Air Force. A memorable experience, of his service career was a talk with his boyhood idol, Charles Lindberg. Mr. Lindberg was visiting the Pacific area at that time as a technical representative for an aircraft company. Mr. Lindberg, the first pilot to fly the Atlantic, solo and nonstop in 1927, had impressed Mr. Fryer as a young man to such an extent that he worked part-time as a civilian pilot. An amusing situation...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

BEHREND CENTER PRESENTS One of Behrends outstanding personalities is Diane "Dee" Fagan, a blonde, blue-eyed co-ed of the class of '58. Diane first saw the light of day on January 29, 1937. This event took place in Erie, and this has been her home ever since. Diane is a 1954 graduate of Academy High School; and, while there, she naturally took an active part in the two consuming interests in her life: dramatics and music. She starred in the senior class play, and she played a violin in the Academy orchestra. After graduation in 1954, Diane selected Behrend Center as- the college of her choice. She intends to finish her first year here, and then transfer to the main campus at State College to major in dramatics. In connection with this interest, she has been hard at work perfecting the, part of "Olivia" . in the forthcoming production of "Night Must Fall." Eventually Diane hopes to enter the television field or to do work on the stage. Realizing that this will require concentr...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Welcome, Alumni! A time honored tradition m most institutions of higher learning, is the celebration of homecoming. Behrend Center is no exception to this unwritten rule. Each year, the loyal alumni and students gather on our beautiful campus for the fun filled activities which a homecoming represents. Homecoming is always a heart warming experience, for it is at this time that one renews old friendships and makes new ones. This is especially true in a small college such as ours. It is wonderful to think of the advances Behrend has made in the past seven years. From a smallobscure center of Pepn State, it has risen to the high caliber it is today. This rise in status is due greatly to the untiring efforts of its alumni and its students. For without their help, Behrend traditions and goals could not have been spread throughout this area and the state. We have come to know and love our campus, with its wooded slopes and racing streamsand strive to place it before the public at a...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Give Thanks For Freedom . . In 1621, when the Pilgrims feasted at the first Thanksgiving to celebrate their first harvest in the new world, little did they think that they would start an annual holiday here in America, the land of the free. America, the land of the free! That's a startling statement, isn't it? We have many freedoms. We are allowed to choose our friends, our school, our church, and countless other things. The loss of one or more of these freedoms would make us realize how dear they are to us. The freedom to choose our own school was exercised -when we chose Behrend Center to begin our college career. We also have the freedom to receive much, needed vacations during the school year. To many of the students, Thanksgiving vacation will mean four days of sleeping late, forgetting studies, and general loafing. Then, on the fifth day, they will scramble to retrieve discarded textbooks, and complete holiday assignments. But Thanksgiving Day is what it says—a day of gi...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

EDITORIAL SHORTS Congratulations are in order to all the students who drive to school. The order that has been kept in the parking lot is a huge improvement over the first few days of school. The crpwded conditions are not conducive to even tempers, but steps are being taken to alleviate the disadvantages. * * » » * » "The last rose of summer, left blooming alone." This old saying should read—"Leave the last Tose of summer blooming, even if it is alone." The-wilful destruction of trees, shrubs, flowers, or grass on University property should have as its punishment, the replacement of these decorations by the guilty party, using his own money.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

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Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

THOSE CRAZY TENPINS By Bob Gornall The Behrend Center bowling league continues to raise the roof at the Perry Plaza bowling alleys each Monday afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30. Before going any further, I would like to add three names to that big "200" game list, which were not intentionally left out of last issue's column. Mr. Simon, men's phys. ed. instructor, has a high game of 222, while Jack Mc-Laughlin hit- a close runner-up game of 220. Third ranking on the 200 list is Mr. Fryer, speech clinic instructor, with a fine game of 214. Jay Roling literally blew his top last Monday, when he missed a spare. He jumped in the air and threw his new Homburg hat to the floor and stomped and jumped on it until his rage subsided. Alas, too late! Now his hat has that "20 mission crush" look to it. Val Meals continues to amaze everyone with her determination to roll two 'balls down the alley in succession and keep them out of the - gutter. And Janey Brown bowled one of her rare 100 games. ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

S port scope By Rodney Beals Perhaps you have (been puzzleL recently by the conduct of the boys in the phys. ed. classes with regard to a huge ball which two chosen teams proceed to push against each other, with each team striving for the opposite goal. This game is called push ball, and together with soccer and speed ball are some of the unusual sports Mr. Simon, mens phys. ed. instructor, is introducing into his classes. Mr. Simon, incidentally, is gratified with the interest shown in both the class and in the intramural programs he has set up. In the field of Intramural touch football, a game was played re¬ cently in which the Count 69's defeated the P. G. Rams by a score of 32-25. Outstanding in the plays for the victorious teams were captain Jim Gehrlein, and Don Heidt and the rest of the team consisting of Schiller, Schriver, Chappel, Forbes, Platz, and Seyboldt. Members of the defeated P. G. Bams are: captain Gil Keinath. Bob Vomero, Tom Rogerson, Howard Tinsman, Bill...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 11 November 1954

Basketball Games Form Portion Of Weekend Events By Charlotte Flack The basketball games between the alumni and the present students of Behrend Center are a traditional part of the Homecoming activities. In thinking about these games, people usually picture old men or women stumbling around getting in the way of spry, sprinting freshmen and sophomores. However at the Center, the two games to be played Saturday, November 13, will be pretty evenly matched. The men who will comprise the alumni squad have been members of the varsity squad at Behrend in the last two or three years, and have still retained much of their former training. The alumni squad will probably consist of Joe Benacci, Jim Yochim, Skip Mattson, Bus Haney, Bob Mercer, Whitey Moore, John McGraw, Mike Kimmey, Butch Brydon, and Mike Nagel. Opposing these players will be the present varsity squad, who have been practicing for this game for some time! Coach Milton Simon's boys are .Bob Brandt, Joe Schmitt, Bob Heate...

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