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

Comedy Slated As Spring Play By John Churchill On Wednesday evening, March 16, the students who were interested in obtaining a part in the play, "The Man Who Came To Dinner,' tried out for roles they especially Uked. The students selected for tfie roles are: Janie Bastow, Mrs. Stanley; Jane Eisenberg. Miss Preen; Bob Johnson, Richard Stanley; Jean Ciccozzi, June Stanley; Fran Nielsen, Sarah; Robert Purucher, Mr. Stanley; Diane Fagan, Maggie Cutler; Dot Kaliszewski, Harriet Stanley; Bill Loell, Dr. Bradley; Jack Rimp, Mr. Whitesides; Howard Tinsman, Bert Jefferson; Bob Detisch, Professor Metz; Pat Stocker, Lorraine Sheldon; Ron Thomas, Banjo. The Behrend Players are presenting this comedy, "The Man Who Came To Dinner, " on May 4, 5, 6. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, respectively. The performances will start each evening at 8:00 p. m. and will be held in Erie Hall. The story deals with a famous writer, Mr. Whitesides, who breaks his leg in front of the Stanley home. ' The ev...

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

Noted Personages To Visit Campus In the near future, two very distinguished personages will visit Behrend Center. The two visitors are Mrs. Mary Behrend, the wife of the founder of Behrend, and Dr. Milton Eisenhower, president of the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Eisenhower will present an address on Wednesday evening April 6, at 8:00 p. m. in Erie Hall. All the alumni of Perm State living in this area, as well as all Behrend Center students are cordially invited to hear Dr. Eisenhower's address. He is visiting nine cities this year in connection with, the annual Alumni Drive. Of these nine cities, Erie is the only one in which he will speak at a Penn State Center. His talk will be concerned with the achievements and progress of the university and with what the future holds. Mrs. Behrend will make her annual visit to the Center campus on Wednesday, April 27. Each year, Mrs. Behrend returns to her former residence, which she and her husband donated to Penn State, to exam...

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

Behrend Offered Bowling Alleys By Bob Gornall On Monday, March 14, Mr. Kochel, administrative head of Behrend Center, received a letter from the dean of physical education at Penn State. The letter stated that two bowling alleys were being removed from the girls' gymnasium due to a new building program, and that Behrend could have the alleys if there was room to install them. These alleys would be shipped to the Center and installed in Erie Hall, free of charge on the part of the student council. Mr. Kochel informed the coun¬ cil of the matter on Wednesday, March 16, and they lost no time in accepting the offer. A reply was sent' immediately and the alleys will be installed in the near future. Plans have been formed for installation space in the basement of Erie Hall. So far, the best site for the alleys is along the west wall of the student lounge. The alleys would run from north to south, which would mean that the door of the lounge would have to be moved around the corner...

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

Attend Meeting On Friday, March 18, John Mallory and Bob Gornall attended the annual leadership training program for student council members at the Pennsylvania College for Women. At this conference, representatives from many of the state's colleges and universities met to discuss ways to better their own college councils. This conference commenced at 9:00 a. m. with a welcome by the Dean of P. C. W. Following the opening, there were many talks on such items as the philosophy and principles, of student leadership, parliamentary procedure, and group dynamics, an informal method of discussing group problems. . • ¦ . • Later in the day, the students broke up into discussion groups to talk about the items mentioned above. The conference adjourned at 5:00 p. m. "The ideas discussed at this meeting," stated Bob. ''have been related to Behrend's Student Council and the possibility of their use at the Center was talked over by the council membera. "

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

Students Work Over Details Discussing details of the Easter Service that is to be held at Behrend on Palm Sunday are seated left to right—Norma Michael and Gayle Williams and standing- left to right—Bill Schweitzer and Jack Abele, all members of the speech classes.

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

Jn i&umpatfro The Nittany Cub staff, on behalf of the students and faculty of Behrend Center, wish to express their deepest sympathy to Mrs. Helen Adam on the recent passing of her husband, Mr. Russell Adam.

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

AROUND THE FIREPLUG .... By Chenne And there you are! And here I am! I am a dog, and you dont hardly find dogs like me no more. I am intelligent, handsome, and kind, far above the level of most human beings, especially those at Behrend Center. Diane Fagan, when told she was going to toe taking zoology this semester exclaimed, "Oh, good! I've always wanted to learn about zoos." And then we have Ronnie Thomas. I wish we didn't have him. In high school he stood in the corner so much he has a triangular forehead. And this tops them all When Mr. Hover asked Bob (Pancho) McLean what syntax was, he calmly replied, "Isn't that something like an,income tax?" I must say we certainly have some brilliant ones at this school. A couple of weekends ago, having nothing to do, I got a date with a beagle friend of Gallagher's dog, and the two of us wagged our was over to Erie Hall and took in Duffy's Tavern. I laughed so hard, I thought I'd choke on my bone. Whoever told Bill ( that's an emcee?...

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

Friendship Pays Off Congratulations to both the students and the faculty for the wonderful job they did on Duffy's Tavern. Even under the strain of polishing up those last minute acts, everyone kept frayed tempers under control and turned out a great show. One of the nicest comments heard Friday night came from a girl who is planning to attend Behrend in the future. She said, "How friendly everyone is at Behrend." Not only are the students friendly to each other, but they make their visitors feel at hometoo. So, in addition'to all the work done for Duffy's, we feel that the friendly atmosphere added to the show's success. The ribbing that the faculty and the students took from each other is typical of the informality (between class hours, of course!) that shows itself at the Center. A smile, a friendly "hello," and a spirit of working together have achieved success for not only Duffy'sbut for other events that are as much a part of school life as are the actual studies and cla...

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

Behrend Center Presents . . . By Jane Kennedy A promising future lies ahead' of the sparkling young personality of this issue, -Venice Ceccaci, who began her life in FarreE, Pa. on April 28, 1936. Venice completed fter "lower" _education at Farrell High School, amid Is &t present enr olled as an English Education major at Behrend. "Laugh and the -world laughs •with you, " as Venis motto, and a sma&e is h/er umfareEa in any kind of weather. Although appearing shy, thlis wavy-hiaired blonde 5s really a joker at heart, and she always finds time to combine fun ¦with her studies. The dorm really jumps when Venice Ceccaci _gstis wanned: up in the _jiitterbugiging sessions held 1 in ¦tihe noisier hours of tihe day. Besides this inibecreslt, Ven affiso enjoiys poetry, _especially Lord Byronife workis. llalking is another pasltiime of whdt eh "our" girl never tires. A great (believer of school spirit, Vent carrdes out this belief throiugh her participation an Ithe mumer...

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

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Dot Maxwell Our faculty personality, Mr. Max Kaplan, instructor in corrective speech and social skills, came to Pennsylvania from IPoirtchestar, New Yorfc. He came onto this world at Portahester , the home of both the Li!fesaver and the television personality, Ed Sullivan, on February 20, 1928. Mr. Kaplan did his ¦undergraduate study at Bloomsburg Sfcaite Teachers _OoSlege, and acquired his master's degree firom the ¦Pennsylvania ©fcate _TJniversiltjy While -working for ihis mastetr'ls degree, Mr. Kaplan served as a graidiuate assistant in .the Sipeech and Hearing clinic there. This ambitious instructor is also a graduate o f the American Academy of Dramaitic ' Arts in New York City-Dusting World "War H, Mr. Kaplan served with the United States Amny. He received Ms Ibaslc training in Alabama and from there ¦went to CaJSifcirnia,' Mante, and Okinaiwa. Under Uncle Sam's dieotion, he served with the Infantry in the Information' Education Bureau in Manila an...

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

Do Your Duty! It has come to the attention of the exponents of the beauties of nature around the campus, that the f oliage in the Gorge has begun to look a little more like spring. Everyone is happy to hear this, because nothing is more enjoyable that a walk through the cool paths of the woods after a hard day of classes. However, as with all good things, there are a few bad points. , • A person or persons unknown, has been taking delight in stripping the young branches from dormant trees,. and pulling up the new shoots of the wild flowers and bushes that grow in the recesses of the Gorge. The suspects, we are happy to sayare not Bahrend Center students. Other people, probably children, are responsible for this gross destruction of the flora of Wintergreen. We know that no B. C. student would purposely ruin the source of so much pleasure to so many people, so we are safe in saying that you,, the students, are not the wrongdoers. ' However, your responsibility does not stop wit...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 April 1955

N1_TTANY CUE Established October 26, 1948, as the official publication for the student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, Erie, Pennsylvania. Published ibi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North Bast, Pennsylvania. Editor-in-Chief Dorothy Kaltszewski Associate Editor Jack Eimp Assistant Editors Nat Kobasa and Bob Detiscn Sports Editor Jack Abele Photo Consultants Jack Tupitza and Norman Patterson Business Manager Bob Heater Staff Writers Joan Throop. Jody Borkowski, Bob Gornall, Jane Bastow, Fred Loell, Pat Ingersoll, Diane Fagan, Sonya Weidner, Jane Eiseniberg, Rodney Beals, John Churchill, Nancy Hendershot, Dot Maxwell, Pat StockerJane 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 — 1 April 1955

• STRIKES and SPARES • By Fat Kobasa Just imagine a shiny, black ball with, three finger holes whizzing down an alley toward you, one that was thrown by a powerful arm and that scatters the ten pins in all directions. A much-hoped for strike ¦ is chalked up on the score sheet beside some enthused bowler's name. That's exactly the feeling that the pin boys at Perry Plaza have when the Behrend bowling league meets there every Thursday. . The season is well underway, and the gang is taking advantage of it. The teams are in close competition with the Bluebirds keeping their first place position, with 10 ¦ wins and 2 losses and hoping fchat they will remain on top. A close second place is held by the Cardinals with 8 wins and 4 loss-3S. The other teams are working for the lead. They are: W la Dodos 7 5 Eawks 4 8 Starlings 4 8 Snipes 3 9 That extra practice on the side Is helping Jane Eisenberg, because her average Is on its way to reach-Ing her expectations. A 148 game boosted her sp...

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

SPORT SCOPE By Jack Abele As soon, as the birds sing and the leaves turn green, (if it ever happens) Behrend Center's outdoor sports program will roar into "high gear." The slate of activities will include badminton, volleyball, softball_, tennis, golf, cross country, and swimming. Tryouts for the varsity golf team have already been scheduled and approximately twelve enthusiasts have reported. Also tabbed for an early start are intramural badminton, volleyball, and softball. Students interested in participating are requested to contact Mr. Simon, instructor of phys. ed, at their earliest convenience. Mr. Si¬ mon, points out that full participation and co-operation by Behrendites are necessary to make these tournaments a real success. Mr. Thurbon, assistant prof of English, and Mr. Patterson, instructor of math, have started their own bowling class on Saturday afternoons. Their devoted disciples include Jody Borkowski, Jack Rimp, John Churchill, Dot Kaliszewski, and Bill Loell....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 April 1955

Oosnpy'_s _Ciifies By Patty Lentz If you want to have a good laugh, ask Compy how she injured her leg at the bowling alleys. It was quite an adventure, so we hear, The faculty wives and women of Behrend sponsored a "Splash Party" at the Y. W. C_. A. on Friday, March 25. After an hour of strenuous swimming, the ladies provided cocoa and doughnuts for the famished girls. Ask Val Meals how many doughnuts she ate. Approximately twenty-five gals attended, and reported having a fine time. Much, to their distress, the freshman gals of the dorm have' been stymied in their attempts to learn the art of swimming- Lack of transportation has put an end to their Thursday morning classes. Three determined swimmers, Jane Eisenberg. Diane Fagan, and Fran Nielsen, have completed the skills and tests, and have received their well earned American Red Cross beginner's cards. They are now working toward the intermediate step. Jet Turner and Whit White were the winners of the-Tuesday 9:30 badminto...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 April 1955

Behrend Co-Ed Has Enviable Bowling Record With, a little skip and hop, that is characteristic of her bowling approach, Joan Throop, a freshman at Behrend Center, delivers her ball smoothly, and then turns and covers her eyes. This same procedure can be seen anytime that- Joan tries her hand at the game of ten pins, as she so often does. Bowling, Joan's favorite sport, became one of her main interests- when she was rooming with Jeanne Barry, a top bowler, who suggested that she learn the game. Jean instructed her in the fundamentals of the sport, - and since then, Joan has considered it. her best, pastime. It was while she was in the U. S. Navy. - Waves that she earned the trophy that she has in the above picture. She held the high¬ est average in the enlisted women's league, 167. Her high game for -that season was 272, and the 272, along with a 212 and a 256, gave her a high series of 742, an ample number of total pins in any league. She also bowled, for the Loblaws women's ...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 1 April 1955

Joan Throop gazes off into space, " us she dreams of the day when she will hit another 700 series. The trophy is a symbol of the 167 averagre that Joan carried when she was a member of the enlisted women'_s bowling' league. Once a Champ, Always a Champ

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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