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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 February 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 February 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 February 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 February 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 17 February 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

OufiYs _Tavero Carries Vaudeville Theme Numerous Acts Featured At Variety Show By Bill Loell "Duffy 's Tavern, where the elite meet to eat!" Archie will utter these famous words once again on March 18th, when Behrend Center presents the annual affair, Duffy's Tavern. The floor show starts at 8:00 P.M- in Erie Hall. The committee for the show _ia as follows: iSylvia Haise, publicity; Victor David; table reservations; Richard Russell and Ron Thomas, decorations; Al Benton and Jim Gehrlein, lighting; Fred Forbes and Boto Maracci, tables Peggy Duff, refreshments; Janet Evans and Barbara Kovacs, act, and Bob Heater, waiters. .(For those who have never had ¦the privilege of seeing Duffy's a brief reiteration will 'be made. The setting for Duffy' s Is a typical "saloon, " with candlelight, waiters, and! a 50 cent coyer charge. The tables will toe placed in a semi-circle around the fear, which will be the center of activity. There will toe whiskey -bottles ( empty, of course) bear...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

G. E. Presents "House Of Magic By Bob Detisch The famous General Electric science demonstration show, "The House of Magic," will appear at Erie Hall on Thursday evening, March 31, at 8:30 p. m. Although rfchis is a part of the science teachers' workshop, it is open to the general public; and everyone is invited to attend this entertaining and informative show. There will be no admission charge - This popular science stage show, which was inaugurated toy General Electric in the middle _1920's, has ibeen presented to about 20,000,000 people of all ages and in aE walks of lif e throughout the United States, Canada, and in every major country of Central and South America-The show consists of many scientific demonstrations which have been stripped 1 of their mystery to give the laymen a simple, easily understandable explanation of a scientific fact. Some of those demonstrations are making music ride a. light beam; producing firefly light from producing fiirefly light from chemica...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

Penn State Head Lauds Progress Of University By Pat Ingrersoll Ait eight o'clock on April 6, Dr- Milton Eisenhower, president of Penn State University will address a gathering of friends and alumni of _>the university in Erie HalL The student body of Behrend Center, students from the area attending the main campus, and the parents of tooth are cordially invited ifco attend-Dr. Eisenhower will talk on Penn State University and will .probably emphasize the fact that 1955 marks the anniversary of the founding of Penn State one •hundred ¦ years ago. He will also talk on what progress has been made at the university and what the future holds. This year, Dr. Eisenhower is visiting nine cities in connection with the annual Alumni -Drive. This fund is pledged by alumni and is used in the way designated iby the donor. The pledge as collected toy an appointed person in each class called a class agent-The University president' s tour began- on March 3 and will include stops at N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

Founder V isits Behrend Center By lane Kennedy An annual event at Behrend Center is the visit of Mrs. Ernst Behrend to the campus. Next month, Mrs. Behrend, on iher trip to Erie, will ibe _accompanied ¦by her daughter, Mrs- Harriet Sayre, from New York, and by her brother, Mr. ' Alfred Brownell, a resident of Providence, Rhode Island. The trio plans to arrive in Erie on April 24, and they will remain here until April 27. Their stay will toe consummated at a dedication service in Erie Hall on the 27, at which time Mrs. Behrend and Mr. Brownell will present to the Center a model ship constructed toy the latter. Mennbers of the community are also invited to attend the service-Mr. Brownell, renowned for 'his outstanding ship modeling, has only recently completed has replica of the famous Niagara. The duplicate of this ship has been skillfully mastered by Mr- Brownell, who devoted' a total of 3,300 hours to the work. He constructed the model on a scale of threeeighths of an inch to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

Hover Sings In "Carmen" Mr- Willi&rs. A. Hover, instructor of music and language at Behrend. is currently practicing for a part in Bizet's "Carmen" , ¦ which is 'being sponsored toy the Brie Philharmonic society. The performance will be presented on April 26 and 27-Singing the role of El Remendlado, Mr. Hover will portray one of .the smugglers i n the group to which Carmen belongs. An accomplished! singer, Mr. Hover received his musical education as a scholarship student for five years at ..tihe University of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

Chorus Revised By Rodney Beals The Behrend Center chorus has undergone a change, for the spring semester. Due to the irregular attendance and constant imbalance of voices, the new singing group has been cut to form a_,double quartet. The permanent singers include sopranos Donna Cramer and Dot Maxwell; Altos: Sue Iiockley and May Schoch; x'eniors; Jack Rimp and Tom Baker; and basses iPhil Hazen and Jay Holing-The new plans also include substitutes who are interested, but cannot 'be present at every scheduled meeting.. A greater variety of music can be studied under this new setup. Mr. Hover, advisor of the chorus, is planning t o emphasize techniques, interpretation, and. other things made _Possible with the smaller group-

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

Cheerio to Cheerleaders Eliminating- possibilities of who the mysterious Archie is are left to right—Carlton Bates, who relaxes while he thinks; Tom Baker, who has crossed off many suspects; Martha Mulligan, who adds a bit of humor to the situation; and Martha Overdorff, who is deep in thought about the matter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

AROUND THE FIREPLUG .... By Chenne The literature that you _ari about to read is strictly fact; aw similarity to persons not living _oi unheard of is purely coincidental Jason Eades has started a Liberace fan club. Membens thus faa are: iRodney (Verdi) Beals, Johr (harpsicord ) Di Pasquale, anc James (piano head) Lay-Marge Elliot and Art Carroll art seeing an awful lot of each _othei lately. I heard, however, that Marge is helping Art with his physics. Arf! Arf! Question of the issue: Who wil: win out in the _fight for Boifc Yeager? Marilyn. DeMarsii anc Pat Stocker are trying hard-Jay Roling and Donna (gir! politician) Cramer are always in the Memorial Room the past couple weeks. Wait til the law hears about this. "Sit upon my knee, Danny tooy-" The other night I took a stroll over to the dorm to see how the student government <was doing. On the way I stopped in the parking., lot to bury a bone and saw Don Catling and Harvey Mclvoi looking for their cars. Anyway, upon re...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

Children, Beware! It's been said that grown ups should be treated like grown-ups, and many of the students here at the Center show their respect for that statement. By using the term grownup, we do not mean attaining the age of 21 years, but rather we mean thinking, behaving, and commanding the respect that a mature person should. But, as in all places of our civilization there are always the few inconsiderate people that like to be treated as mature persons, but who, in reality, act like juveniles. As an exampletake the ping pong paddle situation. At the beginning of the fall semester, the student council purchased six dozen ping-pong paddles. As of the present date, there are approximately eight or ten paddles left. Evidently, there are a few ping-pong paddle enthusiasts here who delight in destroying things that bring other people some pleasure. Another example of extreme courtesy is the eating of lunches in the student lounge. Most people who do eat there leave the tables ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

Behrend Center Presents By Natalie Kobasa "A welcome addition to the list of student personalities for the year is Jim _Seyiboldt, a nineteen year old sophomore of Behrend. Jim is. a. .weH-jknown figure- on the basketball court of the Center and a popular personage of our camp us- He attended Cathedral Prep High School before coming to Behrend. In his junior year of high, he was a member of the student council and played' basketball there, too. Jim has many interests, but his deepest love is for sports of any type- To put it into Jim's own words, "You guessed it. Any sport wffl do." He also enjoys reading good Ibooks, especially adventure stories. When asked where he spends iiis time between classes and on other leisure hours , it caused a slight smile _because his reply came, "If you.' want to see me for. anything, I'll 'be down in Erie Hall 'raising eain.' " <Tim is also an ardent pinochle fan, as any of has friends can testify. As for pet peeves, Jim, an. easy going ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Pat Stocker Prom thirty years as a navy man to an instructor at Behrend Center may be a big jump, but Mr. W. Lester Richards has shown to all that it can toe done with ease. Upon retirement on Novem ber 1 of last year, Captain Richards became one of -the new additions to our faculty and changed his title to 'Mister. He attended the Naval Academy of Annapolis, Maryland and. at graduation, entered the service-The following year he studied at Bensselear "Polytechnic Institute, where he took a post-graduate course in civil engineering and obtained his master's degree. Captain Richards became an instructor on iboard ship, teaching civil engineering in a very informal manner, much different than tiiie formal pattern' he must now follow. Hawaii, the PhiHipines, and the South Pacific are only, a few sites that Captain Richards visited during his service career. All who were present at the Mardi Gras can remember the beautiful oriental costumes he and Mrs-Richard...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

Off to Work We Go! With the coming of spring-, the Behrend students begin to look forward to the annual work day. Each year, this special day is set aside for a general face lifting on campus. The fall leaves are raked into piles and disposed of, the walks are cleaned. , and the hedges are trimmed. Inside work on- Erie Hall axid the classrooms is tackled by the co-eds. Floors are swept, touch up paint jobs are done, and any odds and -ends that need attention are taken care of- The most fun of all is had by the swimming pool brigade. This group of fellows scrubs down and scrapes the walls of the pool to So away with the accumulated green slime. The pool, when refilled, is chlorinated and ready for early use. .Work day is one of the nicest holidays granted to the students. The administration approves it as a legal day off, and provides the workers with a free noon meal. Everyone has a good time and you'll be proud of the job you've done. \ The co-operarion of each one of you is ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

N1_TTAWT CUE Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published toi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pennsylvania. Kditor-in-Chief Dorothy Kaliszewski Associate Editor Jack Rimp Assistant Editors Nat Kobasa and Bob Detisch Sports Editor Jack Abele Photo Consultants Jack Tupitza and Norman Patterson Staff Writers Joan _Throop, Jody Borkowski, Bob Gornall, Jane Bastow. Fred Loell, Pat Ingersoll, Diane ¦ Fagan, Sonya Weidner, Jane Eisenberg, Rodney Beals, John Churchill, Nancy Hendershot, Dot Maxwell, Pat Stocker, Jane Kennedy, Charlotte Flack, Pat Lentz, and Joe Schmitt.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

S port sco pe By Jack Abele Behrend's cagers, riding the crest of a three game winning streak, closed out their season with a resounding 75 to 32 victory over McKeesport. This brought the team's record to 5 wins and 7 losses for the season. Behrend scored a total of 621 points to 592 for the opposition or an average of 51.75 points per game to 49.33. Behrend Center congratulates Mr. Simon and his boys for a job well done. This season's cage summary is as follows: G FFG F T Schmitt 12 56 5 . 9 171 Yeager¦ ' _*2 ' " . 54 15 i23 Brandt 12 26 13 65 Vieira 7 17 21 ' 55 Heidt 5 20 13 53 Chappell ' 10 21 0 51 Seyboldt 12- 15 8 38 Jamison 8 7 11 25 Mallory 10 5 5 15 Cionco 5 5 1 11 Abele 4-204 Platz 5 2 0 4 Lay 7 1 1 3 Heater 2 10 2 Merchant 7 0 1 1 Gehrlein 10 0 0 while congratulations are in rdcr, it is this scribe's pleasure to extend to ths 'Cheerleaders the school's gratitude for their part in making the 1954 - 55 season successful. To Donna Cramer, Nat Kobasa, Diane Pagan, M...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 March 1955

• STRIKES and SPARES * By Nancy _Hendershot Strikes, spares, and only _niiK pins! That's -ttie conversation that filled the asmosphere at _Vas Perrs Plaza bowling alleys, as the Belirend League opened its third week. Congratulations to Natalie Kobasa. Last week at title alleys, Nat made an eight-ten split, and after the games were finished, she won a tropihy, a miniature bowling ball, for her effort-It seems that Bill Schweitzer tod a toad game going in the sixth frame, tout lie retaliated in the tenth to turkey out. This last really raised ihis spirits. All the freshmen and sophomore bowlers, wiho are _acquainted with Mary Ann Jackson, former B|%» rend Student, were pleased' .\vi| her presence. Incidentally,. _ssbjft an excellent'bowler, too. *• ' : •; '.:_; Our man, Al Bentan, J'iS? missing a strike _remarfeea; "That's my Lake" Erie Special, . ' 4 glass of water with a _toothpicfc in it." - _S Jane Eisenberg is _becoiniiBcB quite an expert bowler. Wliy? She's taking sneak ...

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