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

_Gompy's Giifies „ . By Charlotte Flack Th je.girls' gym. classes, now actiVely . engaged 1 ; ia badminton an<; volleyball- games, can ..'be seen ir action, Monday afternoons or earlj Tuesday mornings. Swimming, golf, and softball activities depend on the weather. • t Ardelle Johnson has transf _eired tier major curriculum to plhys. ed-This was a gain for the department, for she's an honor student and tops in athletics. ' _.ISwimming classes at the YWOA on. Thursday_._mornings grow every week .with- a numtber of froSh dorm girls joining. the sophomores, Jane ... Eiseniberg, Fran Nielsen,. .Dot Kaliszewski, Norma Michael,..and Jody Borkowski in their, .required course. The" domn ga3s take a ibus from Wesleyvilie to-arrive in time for an 8:15 class-Pat Stooker, Jane Kennedy, Bonnie . Ohampney, Sally Stauffer abd Gerry Quzik-still can't f:gure _ojxt Ihow to get rid of the chtorine odor. - - . ' ¦ Mrs. 'Comstocfc .announced that all gym .umfor_^as have, been purchased; so...

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

Ch_^_rlrader& Enid •Si-_'55 Season By Pat Lentz _,_Jf. any of Behrend' s students had.been wondering about the weir-d noises .they Jaeard echoing from-.Erie Hall almost every day at_4:3O P. M., they can stop wondering, it -was only the peppy Center's cheerleaders " hard at work practicing their skills- They to . eg.an, holding practice sessions early . in November under the able direction of Jan Jackson. . _^ Tie work, they put into originating the words and motions to every eheer_ was-worth it, as anyone" attending ' ¦ the games can prove."Tjhey have done a fine job ¦finis' season), hiving cheered at everyJhbme ganie' and several of the away games, proving . their _^capability, win or lose- . . -The girls crea-ted their.. own snappy blue and,. wJbite uniforms in, their, spare time. .. They spent several days before the first game industriously, cutting out mater ial and ' sewing each piece together, either -by hand, of on the treadle sewing ; machine in the dorm. Th...

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

Only Echoes Remain Going: through the maneuvers of one of their favorite cheers are: left to right, bottom—Fran Vidil, Fatty hertz, Sally Stauffer, and Marilyn DeMarsh. Top row, left to right—Donna Cramer, Diane' Fagan, Jan Jackson, Joyce Gouger, and Nat Kobasa.

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

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

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

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

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

Off and On ihe Campus By Dorothy Maxwell As tihis issue goes to press we add to the casualty list two would-be wrestlers, namely Hugh McClinton, and Jason Eades with broken collar bone and a severely sprained ankle respectively. Also on the sick list this past month was Mr. Gordon Baker. His main worry is a chronic appendix, which kicks up once in a •while-Stricken with an attack one morning, he was taken to the Kalkhof hospital in Lawrence Park for observation- The pain subsided, and ; Mr. Baker returned to us whole and hearty. Splash! Help! That was Patty iStocker falling into the swimming pool- Brave Pat tried to walk across the pool, but her first step was a miss. The thin ice cracked and in she went to the freezing cold water- For several hours after, Patty's "only comment was, "I'm so cold." Does Val Meals have a secret admirer? A few nights ago Val received a mysterious phone call from someone who said she was Val's mom- Says Val, "You're nuts. I know my own -mother, ...

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

Clinically Speaking By Sylvia Mackie Attention everyone! Ibis is "Be Kind To Henry Week." Henry is a rather elusive little dog beloved of all the speech clinic, but to this day has been seen by no one. If you hear Rose Hifobard barking, don't be concerned; she is only calling our imaginary canine. Our tihoughts have been directed towards Haraisburg this -week, where Prank Walkiewicz has been sent for more corrective surgery. We are hoping for his speedy return. If you see cards disappearing and reappearing mysteriously, or coins suddenly popping out of thin air, it's quite all right. It will be Al Starocci entertaining his envious audience "with, ids _sle_ght-of--iand tricks. Many of the clinic students are losing sleep about ihow? when-? where? and why? Better charge admission, Al. Have you noticed' the _ctrazftr misplaced eyebrow of Prank Cowles? Wonder what all the serenading is about when he's around? Then, too, there's our personal smokestack, Leal _Sickafuse. Let's hop...

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

Belle Lettre Club Selects Group Officers By John Churchill Last week, the members of the newly formed 1 Belle Lettre Club held their election of officers. The constitution was read' by Mr. Ben Lane, faculty advisor of the group which stated the need for two officers. The Club members elected Rodney Beals as president and Diane Fagan as executive secre tary. Paul Harper, Jack Rimp, Bob Detisch, Carl Anderson , Josephine _Borkowjski, land' John Churchill comprise the other members. The club will meet every third week at 8 p- m. in the Memorial Room. At the next meeting, Mr. Lane will speak on "A for Atom, A for Art." Tentative suggestions for the future include: 1. Discussion of Dante's "Inferno" by Mr. Hover 2. A night of play readings 3. Movies Illustrating artistic accomplish ments 4. Discussion of the history of architecture 5. Mr. Plavcan, art instructor of Erie Tech, speaking on art 6. Analysis of the opera in preparation for the opera trip to Cleveland The first choice ...

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

NYoung ero Jay Roling; Jay Roling Wins Coveted Role In Philharmonic By Diane Fagan Jay Roling, a freshman at Behrend enrolled in the mechanical engineering curriculum, is also a very talented violinist. Jay, ever since he can remember, wanted to play a violin, and his dream came true when Ms aunt presented ihim with one. He began lessons in the eighth grade and. 'became a member of the Roosevelt Junior High, orchestra-Amoitious and talented_^ Jay rose to concert master of the Academy High orchestra in which ihe performed many solo pieces, among ¦them, the "Ave Maria." He received, the Senate Key award for his participation in the orchestra. In his spare time, he played for the Youth Orchestra in Erie. For four consecutive years, Jay was chosen to play in the Northwest District Orchestra which is made up of a few select, talented musicians from the northwest section of Pennsylvania- In 1954 ¦he performed in a string quartet in the same orchestra. dumbing up one more step ...

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

Ah, Spring While wandering through the snowclad byways of Behrend's expansive campus recently, I could not help thinking ahead to the glories of the coining spring season. Not so long ago Behrend' s albino like countenance was vibrant and verdant with life. But, alas, a little man by the name of J. Pros* wended his way among the maples, oaks, and pines, scattering a fortune of diamonds as he went. But, "My heart leaps up when I behold, " _the first robin braving the yet chilly air, and I know that soon throngs of laughing coeds, and splashing men will once more inhabit the swimming pool. The nature trail will again be like a corridor of green instead of a white carpet unfolding beneath bare, and unstately limbs. Heavy woolens will be stored away in moth crystals, and the lighter 'materials associated' with spring and summer wear will be donned 'to blind the eyes with their various hues. Yes, this treacherous footing and biting wind soon will disappear in lieu of .balmy breezes...

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

Meeting Held The home of Mrs. Maynard Comstoek _Tras the scene for the monthly business meeting of the Faculty Wives of Behrend Center on Monday, March 7. Mrs. Cornstock acted as hostess for the evening, and Mrs. Milton Simon assisted her as co-hostess. Among the items discussed were splash parties. The women will choose an evening on which they journey to the YWCA for swim ming and fun- Alter the meeting, a card game, court whist, was played, and tea, coffee, and strawberries and ice cream with meringue were served 1 . Those attending 1Sie meeting were the Mesdames Robert Baker, Louis Balmer, Thomas Campbell, Ernest Fryer, Charles Hughes, Max Kaplan, Irvin Koohel, Benjamin Lane, George Levin, Thomas Turnbull, Riley Fatten, William Richards, Arthur Shields, David " Thurbon, Harold Werner, Nyla Falkenhagen, Helen Longnecker, and Doris Munseru

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

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

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

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

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 April 1955

Speech Classes Prepare Easter Program Erie Hail Marks Scene of Fourth Animal Service By Jane Bastow The fourth annual Easter Service, sponsored by the Behrend Center speech classes, will be held on April 3, 1955 at 3:00 p. m. This program under the direction of Mrs. Palkenhagen, instructor of speech and English, is one of the few religious services held at the Center. The non-denominational service is to be _oonducted in Erie Hall this year in order to provide a larger seating capacity for the assembled group. Advisors for the Palm Sunday program are Mrs. Falkenhagen, Mr. Kochel, administrative head of Behrend, and Mr. Hover, instructor of Spanish and music. Mr. Hover will direct the choral group in the singing of "Ave Verum" and "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?" Gayle Williams •will accompany the chorus. Shubert's "Ave Maria" will be performed by Jay ¦ Roling on the- violin. Mrs. Falkenhagen, Bob Detisch, Bob Brandt, and Dick Webster are planning the program a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 April 1955

Student Welfare Ranks As Main Goal of Faculty By Bill Loell A recent addition to the organizations at Behrend Center is the Faculty Organization, a group formed on March 7, 1955. Its aims and designs are diversified, but its main and most important interest is in the welfare of both the faculty and the student body There has been a great need for a group of this type to facilitate the carrying out of various plans for the improvement of campus activities and of the campus itself. They will especially deal with the scholastic standings and problems of the students. Mr. William Hover, instructor of music and language, will act as the chairman for the meetings; Mr. Ernest Fryer, instructor of the speech clinic, holds the position of vice-chairman; and Mr. Benjamin Lane, instructor of English and German will assume the sec¬ retarial job. The organization is composed of three standings committees: the student welfare committee headed by Mr. Norman Patterson, instructor of math; t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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