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

Off and On the Campus By Boh Detisch Duffy's Tavern, "where the elite meet to eat," was the scene of one of Behrend's truly memorable evenings. Bill Loell as Archie, Fran Nielsen as Miss Duffy, and, of all people, Mr. Balmer as the elbow bending Finnigan, did a magnificent job in their portrayals of the crew of Duffy's. Every act was crazier than the previous one, and all the patrons, both students and faculty members, literally rolled in the aisles, and that's not a trite expression. In addition, Mr. Balmer and his Diane Fagan, John Churchill, Sue Lockley, Jody Borkowski, Dennis Polatas_, Nat Kobasa, and, last and least, Dot Kaliszewski. Spring means golf, and golf means that Howard Tinsman is beating Bob Brandt daily at the Lake Shore golf course. " And speaking of sports reminds us that Joe Benacci is the only person who became a Behrend student after he played for the alumni basketball team in the homecom ing game. As a closing note to this column we can only think of a re...

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

THE PLAY'S THE THING" For Smokey By Sonya Weidner One of Behrend's most talented students in the dramatic field is friendly and ambitious Jack Rimp. Jack became interested in drama in his eighth year of school,- but never put his talent to use until his senior year in high school. That year, in Ursline High School in Youngstown, Ohio, he took part in his first play, "The Velvet Glove." Aside from this production he also enjoyed variety shows and speech contests. He came to Erie and enrolled at Behrend in the dramatics curriculum. Last May, he entered the student theater of the Erie Playhouse and acted his first Playhouse role in the comedy, "Janie." He also starred in "The Wizard of Oz." Behrend is well aware of Jack's abilities, because many of the students and faculty have seen him in such plays as "The Proposal," "Out of the Frying Pan," and "Night Must Fall," in which he had the starring role of Danny. His most recent achievement was the acquisition of the lead in "The M...

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

Clinically Speaking... By Sylvia Mackie As a tiype off change firam regular gossip, Sylvia MaKMe, who ¦writes this column, decided to give Cub readers some information about thie speech: •_dlitfficultaies that Mr. Fryer and Mr. Kaplan, instructors of speech Clinic, work •wditb. Th'e clinic deals witih _tSDose people wlbJo for _anatomical or emdfcionial reason have a speecih abnormality. Those problems which cause the most trouble are stuttering, articulation, difficulty and cleft palate. Stuttering is the abnormality where there is repetition and prolongation of sounds. Often there is a spasm-like tension which causes facial contortions. A stutterer is very often misunderstood and ridiculed for his attempts to speak. Fear is closely related to this difficulty. For some usually unknown reason, the stutterer learns to fear certain words and situations. It is these words and these situations which cause the repetition of syllables. In articulation difficulty, the individual lea...

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

State Celebrates Hundredth Year By Pat IngersoU Nine hundred and fifty-five marks the 100th anniversary of Pennsylvania State University. It shares with Michigan State the honor of being the first collegiate institution to combine academic and practical training. The idea for Penn State, then called the Farmer's High School of Pa., was formulated in 1851. By 1855, the idea began to become a reality. At this time an offer of 200 acres was received from James Mills of Erie County as a site for this school. Governor Pollock granted a new and better charter in February of the same year; this may be said to be the beginning of the formal history of State. The purpose of the school was to educate the youth to become farmers. The school officially opened on Feb. 16, 1859, despite very unfavorable circumstances. Only one wing of the main building was in use, and it contined no chapel, dining room, nor kitchen, so they had to use temporary buildings. A shanty that leaked and couldn't...

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

Easter Service (Continued from Page 1) Altsman, Lawrence Arduini_, Ross Caruana, Raleigh Chesley, Bill _Howell, and Chester Macer. The members of this committee will seat the campus visitors for the program and serve as guides for anyone wishing to tour the campus. The service is to be conducted in the manner of a speech. Marilyn DeMarsh will give the introduction and Bill Gordon will read the scriptures. The three main points to be stressed will include the customs of Easter in other lands, the woman's view of Easter, and the religious aspects of Easter. The speakers for .these topics are Bob Detisch, Donna Cramer, and Jack Abele respectively. Ron Schrimper will present the conclusion. After the program, refreshments will be served by the reception committee. Joyce Gouger, committee head, and Earl Baker, Fran Ciccozzi, Ardelle Johnson, Randolph Liebau, Jim Bowman, Bill Mong, Max Peoples, Bob Schneider, Bob Bainbridge_, Venice Ceccacci, DaveXHeinlein, and Whitney White. All ...

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

From Wizard to _Whitesides Applying- make-up for his part as Mr. Whitesides in the forthcoming: production of "The Man Who Came To Dinner" is Jack Rimp, one of Behrend's dramatic majors.

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

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Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

Council Memfeers Tell Details of Decor Scheme "Enchanted Evening" Sets Theme For Prom The hustle and bustle of school social life at iBehrend' Center _wSJ come to a climax for another year ¦with one of -the biggest events oi the spiing season, the annual spring prom. This year the prom will foe (held in Erie Hall, ratlher than off-campus, on Friday, May 20, and -will start at nine o'clock p. m. with the last dance ending at midnight. The student council members. who have sole charge of tihe event, have chosen "Enchanted Evening" as the theme for the iprom, wit_/_n decorations of iblue and white to help set the scene for tihe gala occasion- Twenty 'thousand feet of white and ten thousand' feet of blue crepe paper will Ibe used to carry out the planned color scheme. Included in the ¦ decorations will toe the mirrored crystal ball, which will shower tjhe dancers with star-like bits of light. Planned also is a replica of a garden, which •will be placed int the middle of the da...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

First Associate Degree Students Will Graduate On Saturday, June 11, the first •group of students earning theas-Bociate degrees in engineering •will graduate. The services will ibe held in conjunction with t!he regular graduating services at. the Pennsylvania _istafe TJIniversity. If the weaHher is fair, the gradation ceremony will foe held outside in Beaver Field, the football stadium; otherwise, _<tbe event wiM (take place indoors. _Dwight £>. Eisenhower, president of the United States, will deliver an address at tJbe ceremony. (Since this is the first class to graduate, under the two-year program from (Perm State, the fooys from Befarend Center attended a conference at the mairf campus on May 7 to ofbtain the details of what they are to do. Leaving the center in private cars, tihe day tech students left early _Saturdaj morning and were accompanied toy Mr. Richards and Mr. Kochanowic, both of •whom are day tecih instructors: They all met at State College at th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

Three Girls Enter Contest Three of the freshmen girls oi Behrend 1 Center are among thirty entrants in the "Miss Ene" contest. Marge Elliott of 138 Highland Road, Pittsburgh; Nancy Johnston of 1154 Whitney Street, Pittsburgh; and Sally Stauffer oi J?easler Avenue, meet the requirements of toeing 18 or over and unmarried. The three girls were among five who were chosen to christen a Capitol Airlines airplane, "Miss Erie". Nancy bestowed the prope r honors by breaking a bottle oi champagne across the nose of the plane. The girls are to attend a tea later in the month, where tihey will meet *he judges of the contest, among whom are Mr. Sample, the conductor of the Erie Philtiarmonic, and Pat English, the society editor of the Erie _Dailj Times. [Preliminary judging _iwill tak€ place on June 2 in .the Rainbow Gardens auditorium. This Jaycee sponsored affair will then send five finalists to the "Miss Pennsylvania" contest on June 4. The girls will model swimming suits ¦and evenin...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

Model 'Niagara' Presented To Behrend Center In a ceremony at Erie Hall on Apr. 27, Mrs. Mary B. Behrend and her brother, Alfred S. Brownell_, presented a model of the U. S. Brig Niagara to Behrend Center. The ceremony, which lasted about an hour, was witnessed by Befarend students and faculty, friends and guests of the Behrend famly, and represe ntatives of the Erie Historical Society. Along -with the gift of the model was the presentation of the original bell, mortar, and pestle -from tihe ship, Niagara. Mrs. Behrend, introduced by Mr. E. W. Nick, president of (the advisory board of Behrend Center, gave a short speech on the founding of the Center. •Mr. Brownell, also introduced by Mr. Nick, told about the history of the sihip, the -patience, effort and research needed for the building of the ship model. After Mr Brownell gave his comments, _tJie entire ceremony was shifted to tihe vestibule of Erie Hall where the unveiling of the model took place. , (Mr. Nick then accepted...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

Furniture For Lounge Arrives The new look, which Has adorned tihe campus since the first •blossoming of the trees, is but a small taste of .'beauty. One look at title student lounge would explain why. Nearly all of the students have had a chance by this time to try out the new green lounge furniture which lhas already proved to-be one of the Center's most useful additions. The students will be able to appreciate the furniture even more when they consider that itiiey have helped- to finance half of its .purchase price through the funds of tihe student council treasury. The balance of the eight hundred dollars, 12ie entire cost of tihe lounge furniture, was provided through contributions from the Pennsylvania State University.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

Award Day On Friday, June 3, at 2:00 p. min. Erie Hall, t!he •annual convocation and award day will foe held. Various awards will toe given to outstanding students for • such achievements as ¦ _scholarship journalism,' arid others. Certificates ' wiliailso be ' -awarded to those students ' who' fi_^_re ' _completed sixty credits "or more of scholastic-study. ¦ ' " '- At .this --same time, - -seventeen students will be ' recognized &s _tane first-students to receive associate dreeg from Penn State.-

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

Prom Plans in Preparation The student council, who has sole charge of the spring' prom, said that everything- has been arranged for the dance. Decorations are already completed for the big event. Sally Stauffer and Charlotte Flack, two council members, are talking over the refreshments that will be served.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

Presentation Ceremony Behrend studerife look:on_ admiringly as the presentation of the model ship, "Niagara, " is completed. Left to right in the picture above are Mr. E. W. Nick, head of Be 'hrend's advisory board; Mrs. Mary Behrend, benefactoress of the school; : and Mr. A. Brownell, who _presented the modal to _Bebrfend.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

Final Exams The schedule for final examinations has been posted on the bulletin board in the classroom building. Exams will start on Saturday, May-28, and end on June 2, Thursday. Everyone must take final examinations in all courses, unless told _otherwise by their instructors.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 19 May 1955

model Niagara to -tbe name of Sehrend Center, and Mr. BrowneiH concluded the occasion with, the answering of .questions about _tin« 'building of 'his ste> model.

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