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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Ida W. Ficker Named Advisor of Activities Com Miss Ida W. Ficker, instructor in German and English, is to head the new Activities Committee set up last week by T. Reed Ferguson, head of the Center. Many arid varied will be the duties of the committee composed of Miss Ficker, faculty advisor; Tom Pearce, president of Student Council; Ray Metz, freshman class president; and the respective presidents of all of the other campus clubs. The new committee, scheduled to go into effect the second semester, will have as its main duties the setting of dates for the year's activities calendar. All clubs axe to use this committee for a clearing house so that at least one activity per week can be worked out. Probably the first function under the new set-up will come on the first Saturday of registration, Feb. 5. THURBON TEACHES JOURNALISM CLASS David G. Thurbon, acting- head of the English department of Behrend Center, was appointed today to teach Journalism 10, newspaper reporting worksh...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

"Escape" Marks Dramatic - Club's Initial Presentation The Dramatics Club "presented its first production, "Escape," by John Galsworthy, Friday evening in the Student Lounge. The production, which was under the direction of William Horena, instructor in speech, was an episodic play with a prologue and was _presented as one in .2, group of fine arts series under the College Service. Members of the cast were Ray Reed as Capt. Matt Dennent; Gene Chesley, plain clothesman; Ray Sturgulewski, convict; John Pagonis, prison warden; Georganne Fisher, "lady in the bedroom," Penny O'Neil, maid; Judith Thomas, shopkeeper's wife; Mr. Horean, preacher; Dorothy Holmstrom, narrator; Nan Bierman, wife of the effeminate man; Judy Norton as Miss Dora; and Marilyn Garden as Miss Grace. Others taking part included Gibb Brownlie, Sally Dickson, and John Falcone. Moving .and speaking well in typical fashion in this "book in hand" production, the cast took several parts each during the play. No prop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Advisory Board Discusses Student Aid, Scholarships The Erie Advisory Board ¦ of Behrend Center held -its regular meeting recently. A majority of the members were present and certain problems were discussed that had arisen. Scholarships and student aid were discussed in great detail. If any of the students of the Center at the present time are in nieed of financial aid the Board is available and willing: to help. Mr. Meyer of Erie is hoping to ¦inaugurate fellowship in retailing and advertising for a deserving student. The Board is also hoping to sponsor a new instructor in the near future. It is hoped tthat in the coming years there will be at Behrend a two year secretarial course with, college credit for any students who might be interested BOOK STORE HOURS Friday 3:30-4:30 Monday and Wed 2:30-4:30 Tuesday and Thurs 1:00-2:00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Ski Enthusiasts Plan Excursions Of great interest to our Behrend Center skiers is the super colossal plan of Robert L. Rathfon, Ski Club President. He has made considerable investigation down at State Park as to skiing conditions, and it is his desire to make up a group of about twenty-five _studente and journey down there for the weekend. Sounds like a lot of fun, Bob, so come, on all you B C's and don't forget to bring lots of warm clothes, 'cause we want 'to see you back next semester! . Two movies that will be of interest to (She Ski Clubbers are being sent to Behrend Center. The first one" win be here late in February, and -Che second one in early March.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Mr. Ferguson Gets New Squawk Box Calling Mrs. Adam! Calling Miss (hold your breath until June) Mc-Beath! Calling all secretaries! T. Reed Ferguson, head- of the Center, now has a direct intercommunications system, to his office force, rigged up shortly after arrival by Dr. E. A. Quade, new mathematics and physics instructor. New instructor Dr. Edwara A. Quade, most recently acquired Center instructor,, will teach physics and mathmatics

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Record Player, Sound System Added to Lounge Clean those ears out and listen! A new Bell Sound System record player has recently arrived in the lounge. In addition to the turn table speaker, there is another located in the rafters for the better dissemination of sound. A good feature of the new player.is that it is a small portable and can easily be 'transported to the rink- below the barn for ice skating this winter.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Attention, Vets According to the veterans Administration -Technical Bulletin 7-109. dated August 17. 1948, entitled—"Offical Report of . Compensation"—a veteran may submit a report of compensation for additional funds if the " amount he has already received does not equal the maximum allotted. Any veteran who wishes further information on this can see Mr. Henzi at his office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Know Your Faculty Platon Gottlund, physics and mathematics instructor who will handle the chores of instruction of recreational skiing for Behrend Center's students 0% their coining winter layout, garnered his skiing experience during a varied career. Born at _Tavastehus in central Finland In 1910. Mr. Gottlund didn't have to wait long before he learned to ski. His parents presented him with his first skis at the age of six, and from then until he was twelve he skiied continually. Axel W. Gottlund, Platon 's father, was an excellent skier at the time, having won several scholastic skijoring titles, skijoring being a winter sport in which 0 person on skis is drawn over snow or ice, usually by a horse. Following quickly in his father's footsteps, or rather in his ski tracks, Platon soon had the art of skiing under control almost as second nature. He, himself, won a few skijor ing titles, but he says he _ofter wondered at first if he was eve) going to learn the tricky art ai co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Center Chatter By Sal Dickson Since we have all been away foi so long, it's about time we alii heard 'the latest dirt. Tom Pearce thought he reached the "Arch of Triumph" but Rose Laisen. told nim "Sorry, Wrong Number." We thought he had the "Luck of the Irish". Wes Pfirman still looks forward to Saturday nights cause he knows he hias "A Date With Judy". Rumor has it that Joan Baudino and Don Blair are "Angels With Dirty Faces " 'b ut they claim its just "An Innocent Affair". It looks like J. P. Painter just didn't have the "Velvet Touch _HThen a few. of the dorm girls got si ck_^ Lately Ray Reed .has been "Good News" to Dody Fisher and they seem ' to be having '"Kie Time of Their Lives". Bob Gallagher and Carole Mc-Krell are stall experiencing the "Thrill of a Romance". Bill Klaban sure looked like "The Paleface" when a "Lady in the Dark" just happened to over hear he and Don Blair discussing things. Bill Richards is telling everyone that he is still having good luck with "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

I . r PPP_^_Kl BITS OF Hs _By Judith Thomas The Story of _Philosphy by Dur int is the book for you if you Jit to pick up something to read am ;um to any page for a few minute of interesting reading. The boo! _contains vivid accounts of the live; and accurate and persuasive presentations of the opinions of__thi _jreat philosophers from Plato anc Socrates to James and Dewey. I .s monumental but it-is extreme_^ readable. A surface knowledge o: :he philosophies formulated fron Plato's time is almost necessarj ooday to comprehend fully moderr literature. Durant presents philosophy in a simple, _understandable manner; yet the simplicity of expressio n never sub-tracts from the basic substance of the philosophy It is interesting fco see how the great philosopher's perspicacity- ol matters way above our comprehension did very little to improve their :>wn character or give them happiness. Among the philosophers discussed are Plato, Aristotle, Bacon, Spinoza, Voltaire, Kant, Schopena...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

A TRIBUTE It is with deep sincerity and fullest sympathetic concurrence ttoi The _Nittany Cub reprin'ts the following Advisory Board letter of tribute to the memory of J. Elmer Reed, orginator of tine idea of a Penn State Center in Erie: Mr. Robert C. Reed 1942 E. Shorie Drive Erie, Pa. Dear Mr. Bleed: On motion duly made and seconded, it is unanimously RESOLVED, .that with a profound sense of the loss which, they have sustained, the Advisory Board of ' the Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center, offers its highest tribute to tihe memory of J. Elmer Reed, one of its members. The Board recognizes the important part he took and the invaluable aid he gave in the establishment of Behrend Center through his initial inspiration, and by ibis ever-present desire to promote .the interests of lihe community in whScn toe lived. Witlh sincere sorrow, the Board causes this expression of his cualities and its deep regret at his death to be entered on the records and _directs that a copy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Registration Set For February 4-5 Registration for second semester classes will be held on the fourth (Friday) and fifth (Saturday) oi February. It will be held in the library for the larger part of these days. All students who are not residents of Erie are free to go home after their last exam on the 27th. It will not be possible for anyone to register in advance. It is advisable that all students be back by Friday, at least, to make any corrections in schedule. There will be a fee of 55 for anyone who is late in registering. You are the first class oi Behre nd Center. Ttoe customs you establish will probably -become tihe traditions of the future classes. Behrand Center is a part of tihe Pennsylvania State College , we know, but surely a school so beautiful deserves some imdivualitiy. We of the Cub staff feel that Behrend Center needs a song of its own, a tune for this and coming classes to sing. This should be written by a student Your contribution may be an original numbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

7_^NITTANy CUB Established October 26, 1948as the official publication for thi student body of Pennsylvania State College, Behrend Center Erie, Pennsylvania. Published bi-weekly by the Breeze Publishing Co., North East, Pa MILES HARVEY Acting Editor JOAN BAUDINO DON BLAIR MARILYN GARDEN Associate Editors _• REPORTERS Penny O'Neil, Bob Betts, Dunk Zimmerman, Nancy Weston, Cynthia Loesel_, Nan Bierman, Dorothy Holmstrom, Meida Mos-. kowitz, Marjorie Fleming, Sally Dickson, Ruth Gross, Tom Tucker, Gibb Brownlie, Bill Klaban, Gene Sunberg, Judy Thomas, Jeannine Barnhart, Nancy Merrick, Nona Ottaway, and Jody Roberson. P. SPIERLING Acting Business Mar.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Belf erman Speaks To French Club The last meeting of the Frenet Club was held in room 101 of the classroom building recently, and Mr. Belferman, who was stationed in Dakar and Casablanca during the war, told of his experiences in North Africa. He showed pictures of some famous sites. _, including the Sphinx and the pyramids, and the natives. Several members of the French class are corresponding with French people living in Canada. This is not only to facilitate the use of the language, but to acquaint the students with the personality' and temperament of the Frenchman as an individual.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Ski Club to Receive Bobsled And Toboggans Mr. Platon Gottlund, Behrend ski coach, said today that Behrend _Center might be the proud recipients of two new toboggans and oossibly a bobsled sometime this week. Mr. Sherman Fogg, Assistant Professor of Physical Education at Penn State, is making arrangements to have them sent here immediately. Let's hope it's a white winter!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

M Back to the old routine again with bowling included. Now that the Yuletide hangovers are gone and the aspirin sales are down to normal we can get back to schoolwork and, most important, our keglering at Berry's. This past vacation was much more successful than Thanksgiving, as can be seen by the high scores in the low average bracket. Jack Spacht pulled himself from a 100 average with games of 132, 116, and 100. Dody Fischer upped her 95 average with a 100, a 115, and a 117. Dot Holmstrom topped Dave Alexander again with a high game of 101 over Dave's 90. Don't let her do that again, Alex. Tommy Pearce is out to kill the pinboys. He winds up and lets fly with the ball before they even pull up the rack. You'll have the SPCPB (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Pinboys) on your neck, Tom. Have you seen ski captain Gottlund's new bright red ski cap? He wears it all the time, even at the alleys for good luck. Perhaps Mother Nature will take a hint and send some snow our wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

First Semester Exam Schedule Tuesday, Jan. 25 Eng. Comp. I 8:20 to 10:10 Sec. A Room 101 Sec. B Room 102 Sac. C Room 106 Sac. D - Room 108 Eng. Comp. 0 10:20 to 12:10 Sec A Room 101 Sec. B Room 102 Sec. C Room 106 History 1:40 to 3:40 See. A 1__ . - Room 101 Sec. B Room 102 Sec. C Room 106 Sec. D Room 108 Thursday Jam 27 Math. 55 8:20 to 10:10 Sec. A __ Room 101 Sec. B Room 102 Sec. C Room 108 Botany S 8:20 10:10 Sec. A Room 106 See. B Room 107 Speech 200 10:20 to 12:10 Sec. A Chem. lab. Sec. B Room 106 Botany 27 1:40 to 3:40 Botany 27 Room 108 Botany 1 .. 1:40 to 3:40 Botany 1 Room 107 Wednesday Jan 26 Chemistry I 8:20 to 10:10 Sec. A Room 106 _Soc. B —. __._— Cham. lab. Music 5 8:20 to 10:10 Music 5 Room 10S Chem. 8 10:20 to 12:10 Sec. A Chem. lab, Sec. B Room 106 Spanish I 1:40 to 3:40 Sec. A Room 101 Sec. B Room 102 Sec. C Room 108 1:40 to 3:40 German 1 Room 106 French 1 — Room 109

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Centerites on Film Travel American college students relaxing in .the Behrea_d Cenitea: Library were transported Via film a "week ago to tine strange lands of South America. One film "Our Neighbors Down the _RiOiad," conveyed to us as invisible passengers en an auto safari down the western coast, along the new Pan American Highway. Our good friends Donald Duck, Pluto and Goofy took us along on a plane trip, "South_, of the Border with Disney" to gather ideas and color for a full-lenigtfh cartoon called "Sal-¦_udos Ainigcs" (released about ten years ago.) They exhibited ample scenes in technicolor of the native costumes and dances. "Good Neighbor Family, " stall ancCher film, compared the American and Latin American ways of life. Finally, Lowell Thomas said "Graci&s Amigos" in a documentary film showing how, from the government heads on down to Che common laborers, South America did much to make our victory possible in the past war. Traveling through South America prov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Hammermill Offers One Year Scholarship A one-year scholarlEihip to Behrend Center of Pennsylvania State College will be awarded later this month to a deserving son or daughter of a Hammermill employee of the college term beginning Feb. 1, according to a recent announcement by tine trustees of the E. B. Behrend Scholarship Fund. The scholarship, for tuition and incidental expenses, is made available through the E. R Behrend trust fund. Mr. Behrend was one of the co-founders of the Hammennill Paper Co. more than 50 years ago. Trustees of the fund are the following Hammermill officials: Dr. O. F. Behrend, N. W. Wilson, D. S. Leslie, R. P. Price and B. E. Claridge. Applications for the scholarship were being received by the Hammemnll personnel division through Jan. 10. Now that that date hps passed, the applicant to receive the scholarship will be chosen by the scholarship com mittee of the advisory board of Behrend Center, Pennsylvania State College. This commibtoee is composed o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 18 January 1949

Room for Students in Tech. Institute There is still room for aboul fifty students from G-E and surrounding area plants in the com ing semester of Penn State's Technical Institute at Behrend Center Station Rd., Wesleyville, according to T. Reed Ferguson, administrative head of the school. In announcing today that the school's second semester classes will get underway Monday, Feb. 7, Mr. Ferguson stated that he, R. C. H er _ i, assistant administrative head, and Thomas E. Campbell, in charge of the night school, were in the new Works' Apprentice Training Room on the first floor of Building 20 January 25 during the lunch hour to talk with prospective G-E students. In addition to other courses regularly oifered in the Penn State Technical Institute, public speaking, elementary Spanish, income tax accounting, and job analysis svaluation will be available. Registration dates for the secand semester are Jan. 25, 26, and 27. Patronize Our Advertisers!

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