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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

Yearbook to be Published for Second Time One of the most enterprising projects this year at Behrend will be the pub ashing of a school yearbook. The last yearbook was published in 1950. This book had the distinction of being the first successful attempt at the project. The Cub of 1950 was an attractive book in white cover with name in blue lettering. Most of the pictures are the usual yearbook style: individual pictures , of each student and of the various clubs and social events. This year, however, the theme of the whole book will be entirely different. "We are going to give it an informal touch, " remarked Mr. Patterson. "There will be no rogues gallery pictures." The forty eight picture pages will catch, in an informal way, college life. Perhaps you will see a picture of the Botany lab class looking in awe through the microscopes at plant cells; or the physical education class tumbling. All the dances will be included; clubs will also be pictured, not in formal arrangement...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

M.A.S,A.C.S.S. Evaluates Behrend Representatives of the Middle Atlantic States' Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools visited Pennsylvania State "University during October for the purpose of evaluating all phases of college work connected with the school. Penn State was evaluated several years ago, but because of the increase in population, the university asked to be evaluated again to be sure it was doing a good job as far as teaching standards are concerned. This was the largest evaluation ever undertaken by the Middle Atlantic States' Association, so the members of the association and people connected with Penn State appreciated the full co-operation of everyone connected with the school. Members of the evaluating team visited Behrend Center on October 11 to get a view of all phases of Me on Behrend Campus. During its stay at Behrend Center, the evaluating team talked with the students to get their opinion of the Center, visited the classrooms, and observed the me...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

Science Club A science club is now in the p rocess of being founded. Those interested can still sign up. The group will make tours to different plants. Those people who have signed up are Jack Baldwin, Don Hallor, Sue Thompson, Dorothy Blazer, Walter Mitrorivas, Ron Somewille, Jack Hassell, Robert Allio, Richard Rowland, Anthony Picko, and Frank Simon. Photography Clnb An organization meeting of the photography club will meet Oct. 13th. Anyone wishing to join should see Mr. Patterson. Those who have signed up so far are: Kenneth Russell, Donald Lynch, Harry Foulkrod. F. J. Schiller, Martha Mulligan, Roger Sanford, Weed, Becky Wilson, Laurie Hill, Bonnie Hugus, Leo Burlingam, Perry Wight, Edward Haight, Judy Young, Bev. Stiou, T. Giegoroff, . Richard Gay and Micaue Brown. - -. '

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

Activities Season Opened by Choir Students at Behrend Center held the initial choir practice meeting on September 16 in the Memorial Room with approximately 30 students attending. Jay Roling, a sophomore who is going to direct the choir, conducted a short business meeting which consisted of electing a chairman, Helen Greenlee, who will handle all functions of the group. Barbara Bell was elected accompanist and Sylvia, Kunkle, alternate pianist and librarian secretary. Music for future performances is to consist of both religious and popular music. Future meetings will be held every Tuesday at 7:30 in Erie Hall and all students of Behrend Center are urged to attend.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

• Office News_» All veterans will please note that they are to report to Mrs. Adam by the fifth of each month to sign their certifications. Also, anyone interested in the Naval Air Cadets will have the opportunity to meet with Lieutenant Wernar of the Naval Aviation Cadets on November 14th, at which time he will be at Behrend Center.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

NOTICE The parking situation on the Behrend Center campus has become acute. When the first- snow falls this situation will probably get worse. It is therefore requested that all students try to set up car pools so that a minimum number of cars will be on campus. All cooperation in this matter will be very much appreciated.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

Chairman Professor Gordon Baker, who is in charge of the Homecoming Program, in behalf of the Administration, faculty, and student body at- _Beorend Center officially welcomes the alumni for the traditional festivities.

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

All freshmen at Behrend Center have to go through freshmen customs. Shown are a few freshmen boys, duffing to the sophs.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

AROUND THE FIREPLUG .... By Cnenne (Canine' s Gift to Mankind) Editor's Note: To all new readers of the Nittany Cub, a brief explanation of this column is due. Chenne used to be a dog owned by one of the Behrend Center professors. All in fun, the editors of the Nittany Cub down through the years have carried on the tradition of having some student, whose identity is not revealed until the end of the year, write a gossipy column poking fun at all Behrend personnel, from Dean and professors, down through the students, caretakers, housemother, cooks and so on—under the guise of being a dog named Chenne. Some people usually claim it takes a real dog to write such mischief, too, but far be it from the editors to pass judgment at this time. You readers can decide that for yourselves. At least one fact is known. Only the Nittany Cub advisor knows who Chenne is. Even the editors do not see the delivery of the Chenne until they proof the paper at the printer's, for the Chenne column go...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

MEET YOUR FACULTY By Nancy Newman Mr. I. H. Kochel began his life in Boyertown, Pa., and later moved to Pottstown, Pa. There he attended North County High School, where he was vice president of the senior class and captain of the debate team. He was very active in sports and was a member of the football, basketball, and track teams. To continue his career along the lines of one of his major interests, he enrolled- as a physical education major in Pennsylvania State College in 1941. When World "War H came along, he interrupted his college career to enlist in the armed forces. While in the service, he was stationed at Port Eustis, Virginia, Camp Steward, Georgia, and Camp Gorden, Georgia. His duties while in the service consisted mainly in the training of new recruits. During that time he married his hometown sweetheart on August 10, 1943. On the completion of his army career, he once again returned to the Penn State campus. During nis stay on campus, he took part in many acti...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

NBTTANY CUB 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 East, Pennsylvania. Editors Laurie Brutout_, Janie McGeary Assistant Editor Eileen Kowalczyk Photo Consultant Norman Patterson Feature Writers Jeanette Plory. Honey Greenlee, Anne Marie Pagel Staff Writers Sylvia Kunkle, Fred Loell, Nancy Newman, Elaine Peplinski, Ross Caruana, Warren Rose, Marilyn Pringle, Beverly Smith, Phyllis Stadler, William Weed, Gretchen Muth, Marilyn Buchanich, Pat Peck. Business Staff Nancy Hendershot, Elaine Peplinski, Dick Webster, Bob Gornall, Harriet Szatkowski. John Mailory, Gary Stultz, Dot Blazer, Bob Pierce. Niftany Note ... The Nittany Cub begins a new year once again with a new staff, endeavoring to bring to all you Behrend Centerites the best Nittany Cub ever. The staff is attempting to bring you all the news of interest aroun...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

It's Out Student Council The student body has elected eleven representatives to the student council. We know what we expect of these representatives; we expect good government. The members of the council, in turn, have the right to expect something of us. Our sincere congratulations to the winners of the election are not enough. We must also give them our continued interest, and support, for only then will they be able to function effectively. Every Behrend student should be aware of the powers invested in the Student Council. Most of us know that Council distributes the money collected through the Student Activities Fund and plans social activities for the school. But these are not its only functions. The Council can summon before it any student or group of studentsconduct such investigations as it deems necessary, and recommend penalies up to and including the expulsion of any student. It is also the power and the duty of Council to consider any complaint or suggestion made ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

So This Is Behrend So this is Behrend Centerour college for'two years We're freshmen, beginning another step in the quest for knowledge. We're all a little scared at first, and admire the older, more sophisticated sophomores. - The first week we walk around wide-eyed, busily taking tests and exploring the campus. The traditional picnic.and dance is lots of fun, and everyone meets someone new. Freshmen Week begins with reciting the Penn State Songs in our sleep. The Dorm girls still haven't figured out a way to go swimming with "dinks," cardboard sign, and ankle socks on. After three weeks of feeling definitely inferior and ridiculous, the weatherbeaten signs come off, and the dinks are put away in a scrapbook. Of course we came to college to advance our knowledge, but there's still time for recreation and fun. Bowling and ping-pong are good sports, and The Snowball and Duffy's Tavern rate high with all the students. We find an intimate quality about Behrend Center that will pr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

STUDENT _PEStSONALBTY By Honey Greenlee Among Behrend Center's outstanding personalities, perhaps the most predominate one of the time, and by all means the busiest, is our newly elected Student Council president, Robert Gornall. Bob graduated from. East High School in 1948 and was cordially invited-by "Uncle Sam to join the ranks of the chosen few in the Army Security Agency. Having spent three years in the "Haven for Healthy Young Men, " which included an eight month stay in Okinawa and nine months in Korea, he returned to civilian life and enrolled in Behrend's Business Administration Curriculum. Since then he has contributed to many of our school activities, including the Cub, Behrend Singers, and Engineer's Bowling League. One of Bob's special interests is bowling. Not only does he bowl with the Engineers this year, but also with the Millcreek Industrial League. Rumor has it that Bob Robert Gornall rolls a pretty mean game. Studying and working with people is Bob's most...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

By Warren Rose Hi, friends! To all of you who have difficulty in hearing thunder and seeing lightning, Behrend Center is the proud parent of two spanking, brand-new bowling alleys. This is truly a late, great innovation to our _iHustrous and colorful campus. As all of you ancient and decrepit sophomores recall, previous to the installation of the alleys on campus, it was necessary to drive about four miles to the Perry Plaza to bowl. Now with alleys, bowling balls, shoes, and various pin-stickers, plus a solid stone wall to beat our heads on, w can have our tantrums and 7-10 STRIKES and SPARES splits right here at Erie Hall. The price per line has been set a1 ninety cents. This fee will be used to pay the pin setters, to buy equipment, and to pay the cost of maintenance. There is an uglji rumor being passed by a couple of alley rats that Bill Schweitzer is going to be acting supervisor of the alleys. If this materializes into a reality, then it will be necessary to condone his...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

SPORT SCOPE By Ross Caruana With most of the athletic events in progress, competitive spirit around the campus is running high. Every year there are numerous kinds of sporting events. Most of the tournaments are in progress already. The horseshoe tournament is the furthest along with thirteen fellows in competition. Any time you look out into the horseshoe pits you can see the boys practicing or playing off the tournament. Usually when you look out there you can see Dennis Polatas playing and you can always hear him' mumbling, "I wish these shoes would start opening up." Another tournament that is under way is the annual ping pong tournament. The competitive spirit is always high for these games. Six man touch football is always filled with action and spirit, and this year it is again filled with much action and manv thrills. If you want to see a good football game, why not come out and cheer your team on? To see the results of any oi these tournaments and games look at the bull...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

Clinically Speaking By Pat Peck Hi, everybody! Well, here it is the starting ol a brand new school semester foi both the college and clinic students. For all of us in the clinic, this is the "Life of Riley." There are a couple of boys whe are old-timers in our group, but for most of us, it is something different. Art " Kreider, who has a motorcycle stashed away somewhere, and Tim Finfrock provide us with the negative side of any argument, and also keep us going with sard tricks. The girls are: Mary Jane Court-•ight who is our night rover and Shirley Hicks and Patty Peck who provide the humorous dancing and ;xercises to music. Mary Lou Womer, who was _sleeted our room representative at orm meetings, is secretary-treasurer of the Dorm Council. She is _^ Iso known for making her roommates go to bed early and get up early. We also have an artist in the merry group by the name of Harold (Mike) Sandrock. This boy is really good, kids! Being a group of mixed ages, we* have a marrie...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

Phys Ed Students Assume Duties Many of the Physical Education Students are kept busy helping Mrs. Comstock and Mr. Simon keep things running smoothly, You may find them setting pins in the bowling alley, getting equipment together, and acting as secretaries by keeping the records in order. The boys include Dennis Polatas, Fred Loell, Gus Beardsley, Bob Harris, Jerry Adler, and Gib Keinath. The coeds include Nancy Hendershot, Alice Darwin, Helen Greenlee, Sonya Weidner, ABOUND THE FIRE PLUG Continued from Page 2 for Homecoming this year is Janie Eisenberg. Janie has been out to visit Behrend a few times earlier this year, but there are several people waiting to talk to her and hear the story on 1 the rest of the "Fickle _Fivs". Janie is pinned right now, but if she lives up to her former reputation, it might not be too long. Well, kiddies, that's all for now, but keep on your toes, for your "canine" friend, Chenne, is always around. Martha Mulligan, Elaine Feplinski, and Lind...

Publication Title: Nittany Cub, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Nittany Cub — 13 October 1955

Personality Quips By Gretchen Muth Floating abound campus as I do, I have heard many sayings which are distinctive of different people around Behrend. A few of these are: Marilyn Buchanich — Collegiate! Collegiate! Annette Agner—I like it too much. Hugh McShane—Munhall. I crack <pver it! Harriet Szatkowski—It's ace. Loretta Terlizzi—I had a bird. Bob Purucker—Is Donna there? Well, where is she? Bill Schweitzer—Oh, my love is so fine. Gary Stultz—Down at the yacht club. Hello, Dad! "Chief" Thomas—Don't sweat it. John Mallory—Silence . . . (He doesn't say anything) Frank Simon — I'm tough; stay away, sophs. Jay Roling—Do you grab Tscbiakowsky or Brahms? Clark Jamison—I'm bashfuL Mark Bevevino—Go get 'em! Chuck Dangelo—((Mark' s buddy) Go get 'em! Marilyn Pringle — Mail arrived. I'm getting married! Dorothy Blazer—Hey, you guys! Anita Formati—I think it's even cute. • • ,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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